Kim Kardashian Reveals She's Funding Her Mom's Church

  • When asked how much money she makes during an interview with Piers Morgan, Kim Kardashian replied, "Whatever it is, I give 10% away to the church," referring to a church her mother set up in Calabasas, California last year.
  • The LifeChange Community Church is led by pastor Brad Johnson, who married Khloe Kardashian and Lamar Odom. Kim said she also donates money to the Dream Foundation, and when asked if she does the same, Kourtney Kardashian said, 'I'm going to now — I was taught that too but I forgot about it!' [Daily Mail, CNN]
  • Though ex-Betty Ford staffer Dawn Holland had refused to cooperate with the criminal investigation of Lindsay Lohan, she finally spoke to police last week. Her lawyer says, "They briefly spoke with my client last week but we have not heard anything more from them relating to any charges them may or may not be pursuing." [Radar]
  • Kings of Leon drummer Nathan Followill responded to Ryan Murphy's freak out about the band not letting Glee use their music. "Dear Ryan Murphy, let it go," Nathan tweeted. "See a therapist, get a manicure, buy a new bra. Zip your lip and focus on educating 7 yr olds how to say fuck." He later added, "I'm sorry 4 anyone that misconstrued my comments as homophobic or mysoginistic. I'm so not that kind of person. I really do apologize." [E!]
  • Ryan Murphy responded, "Just read Nathan Followill's Tweet...in which he implied I should 'get a manicure and buy a bra.' Wow. That's a homophobe badly in need of some education. I'm all for manicures, don't wear a bra. Would guess most gay dudes don't. But it's telling that Nathan can reduce a group of people to a mean-spirited clich, in a time where young gay men are killing themselves all over the country because of hatred like this... That said, I would love to sit down with Nathan or any member of Kings and Leon, and tell them how on 'Glee' we actually love their music, and support their artistry...but cannot condone or even laugh at their clear disdain of gay people." [Access Hollywood]
  • Though Jessica Simpson successfully blocked the release of an exercise video she made years ago, the tape has been sold and the new owner plans to challenge the court's ruling. [Radar]
  • Jimmy Buffet is in stable condition after falling off the stage during a concert in Australia when he was blinded by a stage light. He was unconscious for several minutes and had a huge gash on his head. [TMZ]
  • Martha Stewart plans to return to her company's board in the fall. As part of her 2006 settlement for insider trading, she was banned from serving as a director of a public company until August 2011. [THR]
  • You may have heard that Britney Spears' video for "Hold It Against Me" is premiering on Super Bowl Sunday, but her manager says it isn't true. [Access Hollywood]
  • Cheryl Burke revealed in the latest issue of People that she was molested as a child by a family friend. She testified against him and he spent 20 years in prison, but he's been released. "It creeps me out," she says. "My worst nightmare is to run into him. Not until he dies will I be able not to worry." [E!]
  • Vince Neil pled guilty today to driving drunk last summer in Las Vegas. He was sentenced to 15 days in jail and 15 days under house arrest in a plea deal. [AP]
  • Luke Pasqualino of the British version of Skins has been cast as Bill Adama in the Battlestar Galactica prequel Blood & Chrome. [EW]
  • Adam Dell, the father of Padma Lakshmi's 11-month-old daughter, has filed court papers requesting to spend more time with her. "Adam wanted to avoid going to court, but it was so frustrating trying to find a co-parenting agreement [that] he had to take this action," says a source. [People]
  • Jay-Z is producing Willow Smith's Annie remake. [N.Y. Mag]
  • Gary Shirley is dating a chick named Autumn Jones, and a source claims, "Leah has become really attached to Autumn. Amber's never around and doesn't spend quality time with Leah, so she's latching on to someone that makes her feel secure, and Autumn's a good girl." [Radar]
  • Though Amber Portwood was charged with felony domestic violence after footage of her punching Gary aired on MTV, Sammi won't be prosecuted for punching Ronnie on Jersey Shore unless he presses charges. [TMZ]
  • Camille Grammer was in court today fighting to make sure she'll get a cut of Kelsey Grammer's pension, which may be worth $10 million, rather than his future wife Kayte. [TMZ]
  • MSNBC is doing fine without Keith Olbermann. Both Lawrence O'Donnell and Rachel Maddow's shows had a spike in viewers on the first night since Olbermann quit. [THR]
  • You may want to sit down for this: Star's story about Jennifer Aniston adopting wasn't true. "It is completely false," her rep says. "Jennifer is not adopting a baby from Mexico, nor does she have a nursery in her home and she has not hired a nanny. It is all a work of fiction." [People]
  • The film based on Suzanne Collins' book The Hunger Games will be released on March 23, 2012. [Digital Spy]
  • Here's a shot of the Glee kids in makeup for their upcoming "Thriller"/"Heads Will Roll" mash-up. Lea Michele says, "You can never re-create something as incredible as 'Thriller,' and I don't think we're trying to. We're making it our own." Cory Monteith adds, "This is up there with the Rocky Horror, Madonna, and Britney episodes, because there's so much production going into it." [Us]