Britney Scandalizes Brits With Faux Armed RobberyS

Britney Spears just shot a video in London, and the local government is unhappy that she acted out an armed robbery. In the clip, she and boyfriend Jason Trawick hold up a store at gunpoint. A Hackney council member says: "I think she should apologize and make a sizeable donation to a Hackney charity that deals with young people for the rudeness and damage she's done to this community." And! "In this case we did not agree that a replica gun could be used at Stoke Newington Town Hall and we are disappointed." Obviously the video shoot interrupted a busy shhhhhedule of monocle-dropping and tea sipping. [Huffington Post]


Britney Scandalizes Brits With Faux Armed Robbery

Prince Jackson dressed up like his father for his first red carpet event. [Bossip via E!]


Britney Scandalizes Brits With Faux Armed Robbery

Here is Martha Stewart as Motha, "the winged wonder," for the Halloween issue of her magazine. [Buzzfeed]


Ellen DeGeneres has a segment on her show called "Auto Incorrect." It is strikingly similar to the web site Damn You Auto Correct. In fact, two out of three examples on Ellen's show were texts included in the site's book. The creator of the site (and author of the book), Jillian Madison, says: "To be clear, I'm a huge fan of Ellen! I'm not boycotting her show or saying she's the sole person responsible or anything stupid like that. I just don't think it's fair to use content from a website without credit." [HuffPo]


Britney Scandalizes Brits With Faux Armed Robbery

Hey, remember the wedding of the century? Prince William says his grandmother The Queen helped with the guest list, and not in the way you think. Apparently Wills was handed a list of 777 people to invite — dignitaries and the like — "And not one person I knew." So he called his gran. "I rang her up and said 'Do we need to be doing this?' And she said, 'No. Start with your friends first and then go from there.' And she told me to bin the list." [People]


Britney Scandalizes Brits With Faux Armed Robbery

Lady Gaga played the iHeartRadio concert on Saturday night, and dedicated a song to 14-year-old Jamey Rodemeyer, who killed himself recently after being bullied about his sexuality. [E!]
Lady Gaga wants her mouth to look like Kanye West's: She's getting diamond teeth. [News.com.au]
By the by, Lady Gaga attended a fundraiser for Barack Obama over the weekend, but it's unclear whether she got a chance to talk to him about making bullying a federal crime. [HuffPo]
Take a deep breath, grab your eyelashes and comb out your wig: The Cher/Lady Gaga duet is coming soon. [MTV]


  • Arnold Schwarzenegger is recovering from a scandalous year with a little therapeutic self-indulgence: He's commissioned three 8-foot bronze statues of himself. [Gatecrasher]
  • Jon Hamm, Christina Hendricks and Elisabeth Moss hosted a luncheon in Beverly Hills for the Rape Treatment Center Foundation. [Radar]
  • Molly Sims got married. [E!]
  • Lauryn Hill is being sued (again). [Latina]
  • Funk legend Sly Stone is homeless. [New York Post]
  • Yes, there will be a Scarface remake. Robert Loggia is not happy: "Scarface is a classic that should rest in peace!" [Contact Music]
  • "We had a beautiful relationship, only a couple of years, but he was a man who was completely full of joy, and there was a lot of laughing and affection.
    'He was really a very special soul and made a great impact on my life." — Naomi Watts on Heath Ledger. [Daily Mail]
  • "I'm dying to be a full-time action movie heroine because the great thing about action is that you don't have to act. All you have to do is go from A to B as proficiently as possible. It's much harder to do a long speech from 'the Tempest' than a bit of action. You might get a bit bruised and so forth, but taking a few painkillers sorts that out." — Helen Mirren. [Contact Music]