James Franco will have you know that the Oscars taught him nothing about overextending himself. He's been accepted to the University of Houston's doctoral program in literature and creative writing, and a school official says he plans to enroll this fall. Franco has studied creative writing at Brooklyn College, directing at NYU, and earned a M.F.A. From Columbia's writing program. He's currently a Ph.D student in English at Yale. [Houston Chronicle]


Kim Kardashian discussed the Armenian Genocide today on Twitter and her blog. "Even though so many countries around the world recognize the Genocide, the government of Turkey still denies it," writes Kim. "Out of respect for all those innocent people that died, I'm putting a spotlight on it today. Until this crime is resolved truthfully and fairly, the Armenian people will live with the pain of what happened to their families and the fear of what might happen again to their homeland." [Radar]


Prince William and Kate Middleton reportedly visited Princess Diana's grave this week. [CBS News]
Oh yes, Kate will definitely be following this pre-wedding workout routine by the chick from Shedding for the Wedding. [Radar]


  • Teen Mom's Maci Bookout wants to be on Dancing With The Stars. "Her people are pushing hard for it," says a source. [Us]
  • Jane Krakowski and fiance Robert Godley welcomed their first child, Bennett Robert Godley, last Wednesday. Congrats! [Radar]
  • Ethan Hawke and wife Ryan Shawhughes are expecting their second child. [Us]
  • Amy Smart is engaged to some dude she's been dating for five months. [Radar]
  • Important Reese Witherspoon footwear update: At her wedding she wore $645 Jimmy Choo platform sandals, then changed into cowboy boots "from those awful uncomfortable shoes." [Us]
  • Enjoy this Esquire video of Glee's Heather Morris dancing. [LAT]
  • Get spoiled for Glee's 90-minute "Born This Way" episode here: [E!]
  • "I would try to pump milk while watching Entourage on demand. And that was the worst possible way to do it," says Tina Fey in GQ. "Like, I had the pump on, and I'd hear Turtle on TV: 'Yo, E, you ever fuck a girl when she has her period?' I just sat there thinking: Oooh, this is not how this is meant to be." [Us]