David Walliams says Stone asks, "'What time are you home because I want to know what time to put the shepherd's pie on?' I never thought I'd have that. An international supermodel who can make a great shepherd's pie." [Sun]
Sad news for those who were eagerly awaiting our Boob Slings in the mail: JWOWW's clothing line will not go into production, due to a trademark dispute. All customers who pre-ordered Ms. Woww's spangled wares are to be refunded. [Radar]
After all the aggressively po-mo retro sampling happening in many of the New York fashion week shows, it was nice to see that Proenza Schouler, who presented their spring collection last night, kept things relatively free of obvious "references."
The recession is shaking the fashion industry's foundations. Last fall's 85% discounts begat this spring's layoffs. Magazines have folded, labels have shuttered, and consumer spending continues to fall. Anna Wintour thinks this could be solved with a spot of price-fixing.
Hailey Glassman says her love affair with Jon Gosselin is filled with laughter, home cooked dinners and romantic games of ping pong, but, "If you had told me a few months ago, I wouldn't have believed you."
Model turned cookbook author Sophie Dahl is getting her own cooking show on BBC 2. Dahl says her show will cover on the "emotional" side of food. "It's cooking with an anecdotal thread, irreverent, unpredictable and not without flaw." [Sun]
Eva Mendes should just drop the transparent "acting" career. The woman — Calvin Klein perfume campaign-snagger, fashion event-schmoozer, Revlon face, and Italian Vogue poseur — is, as these Calvin Klein ads further prove, basically a model now. Embrace it! [People]
Kiefer Sutherland surrendered to police yesterday for headbutting designer Jack McCollough. He was arrested and charged with a third-degree assault charge. He was photographed and fingerprinted. Then he left. [People]