Will.i.am Says Ladies Shouldn't Own Condoms, But Baby Wipes Are A Must

In a recent Elle interview, will.i.am revealed Terrence Howard isn't the only man who likes his ladies fresh as a baby's behind. Oh, and only skanks own condoms! When asked what item would be a dealbreaker if he found it in a ladyfriend's home, he said, "If she had condoms in her house, that would just fuckin' throw me off. That's just tacky." Elle pointed out that's just "health-conscious," to which he said, "I just think, like, if you're into someone and you guys get to that level, then that's something you should converse about together and say, 'Hey, maybe we should get some.' Another pet peeve is wet sinks." He explains: "Yeah, like a wet sink. You don't wipe the sink after you use it? Dry it off! And if she's got only dry toilet paper and no baby wipes next to the toilet. You ain't got no baby wipes? ... Here's proof on why people should have baby wipes. Get some chocolate, wipe it on a wooden floor, and then try to get it up with some dry towels. You're going to get chocolate in the cracks. That's why you gotta get them baby wipes." [Elle]

Will.i.am Says Ladies Shouldn't Own Condoms, But Baby Wipes Are A Must

Yesterday Lindsay Lohan pre-taped an episode of The Tonight Show that airs this evening. Linds got a standing ovation when she walked out and told Jay Leno she felt "kind of numb" after she was sentenced. [TMZ]
Lindsay also says, "Being young and being in the position I was in, you don't really take the time to appreciate what you have and it's all kind of a whirlwind, and people make decisions for you, but I'm not a kid anymore — I'm 24, I've made a lot of mistakes and I recognize that. I'm in the clear now, and as long as I stay focused, I can achieve what I want to achieve." [Radar]

Will.i.am Says Ladies Shouldn't Own Condoms, But Baby Wipes Are A Must

Jodie Foster says she still feels Mel Gibson is the "most beloved actor" in Hollywood. "I'm not defending his behavior," she says. "I'm defending the man that I know. And I know he's kind and loyal and is an incredible professional. He's probably the most beloved actor of anybody I've ever worked with in the film business. And I don't say that lightly." [USA Today]

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  • We live in a world where Kendall Jenner could conceivably get her own reality show. [E!]
  • Anderson Cooper says Sean Hannity took his words out of context to make a point about media bias. In a Fox News special, AC is quoted as saying former U.S. ambassador Joseph Wilson was, "the victim of a Bush administration smear campaign." Coop says he was reporting that Wilson claims he was the victim of a smear campaign, and he doesn't "like it when someone cuts around them to make it seem like I'm saying something that I'm not." [AP]
  • The Lord of the Rings trilogy extended edition is coming to theaters this summer! Finally, we can enjoy the extra Faramir scenes on the big screen! [ONTD]
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  • Headline of the day: "Teen Mom's Jenelle Evans: I'm Single and Pot-Free!" [E!]
  • "There are things in this country that need to be given precedent instead of worrying if I drink. I'm just a comedian. I'm not Charlie Sheen. Charlie Sheen ain't funny to me. I think that's a train wreck and I feel bad for his two little kids because they're the bodies being pulled out of the train wreck. What's going to happen to them? But everybody thinks it's a joke ... While this a—hole is going on stage making a fool of himself his kids are going to suffer and don't even know it because this is a cycle of abuse." — Tracy Morgan [E!]