This week Life & Style reported that years ago Kristin Cavallari and Scott Disick had an "affair," or perhaps just went on a date when he and Kourtney were on a break. The always-classy Kardashian sisters have been calling Kristin "the whore bag" for years, but now Kristin's fighting back. She says the Kardashian Krew is just trying to drum up non-divorce related drama to promote their new TV season. It takes some nerve to accuse the tabloid that hosted Kourtney's baby shower of printing fake pro-Kardashian gossip! "I just think, what convenient timing for them with their show premiering next week. With everything that's going on for Kim, I feel like they're trying to take the heat off her," Kristin said. "When there's a big story like that, they always call you and ask if you want to comment and clearly none of them denied it. It's disrespectful to me and Jay, and I think it just says a lot about their character." [Us]


Aww. Olivia Wilde is a good lady, and the only person on the planet who isn't up for mocking Kim Kardashian. Wilde, who recently got divorced, says, "I empathize. It's not easy. It's the hardest thing in the world. People judge you because divorce is seen as failure. [Kim] took a risk. No one should be attacking her. Our attention should be focused on things that are truly scandalous." [N.Y. Post]


A judge has dismissed the case against a man who was accused of stalking Selena Gomez because he "lacked specific intent" to frighten her. The dude said he'd spoken to god about harming her, told mental health workers he'd kill her, and traveled from Chicago to L.A. to meet her. I'm not a lawyer, but it sounds like his intent was pretty specific. [RS]


Jason Schwartzman really goes all out in this Iron Chef parody on Sesame Street. [USA Today]


  • Before she died, Amy Winehouse was planning to form a "supergroup" with artists including Questlove of the Roots and saxophone player Soweto Kinch. She planned to record an album with them, when they weren't too busy fighting crime. [BBC]
  • In other music news from beyond the grave, Michael Jackson is releasing songs he recorded with Freddie Mercury. [The Sun]
  • Mick Foley, friend to Jezebel and the ladies in general, is going to be on 30 Rock! He Tweeted, "Shooting 30 Rock tomorrow, and guess who's pencilled in for his first on-screen kiss? Nice!" [Wrestling Inc]
  • TMZ goaded lovable hobbit Dominic Monaghan into a chat about why it's hard to have relations in a Lamborghini. Monaghan had to ask what the term "hooking up" means. Adorable. [TMZ]
  • Shaquille O'Neal was turned away from a club because as TMZ puts it, he was dressed as a "lumberjack." I didn't realize Sean John sweatshirts are so well-suited for cutting timber. [TMZ]
  • Howard Stern would be an "excellent" America's Got Talent judge, according to Howard Stern. [Us]
  • Joy Behar will leave her HLN show next month after two years on the air. [UPI]
  • Neil Patrick Harris and David Burtka don't want to be called role models. "I sort of go out of my way not to be Soap Box Johnny," says Harris, "We're super happy to lead by example, but even to define ourselves in any kind of leadership position I think is awkward ... I cringe when I hear people say they consider themselves role models." Burtka adds, "We really don't do anything. We take care of our kids. We're in a relationship. We love each other, but we don't go out of the way to stand on a soapbox, like Neil said." [E!]
  • BREAKING: Jessica Alba's daughter Honor got a rainbow mani-pedi. [Us]
  • Things must be slow over at CNN today because they're celebrating the anniversary of the day Kate Middleton and Prince William announced their engagement. [CN]
  • "I'm probably going to deliver my baby in these [4-inch YSL heels]," says Jessica Simpson. "I went to the doctor yesterday and he said, 'You're gonna need to get out of those heels!' I was like, 'Excuse me! I'll be delivering in these heels!" [Us]