• In light of infidelity rumors, Jon and Kate Gosselin are seeing a marriage counselor. They're so committed to repairing their relationship, that they may be letting TLC tape their sessions. [The National Enquirer]
  • Last night on Late Night with Jimmy Fallon, Kiefer Sutherland said of his headbutting incident, that he "really regrets having happened." [TMZ]
  • Amy Winehouse has cancelled her comeback concert in Britain. Her statement said, "Amy would like to apologise to her fans who bought tickets." [The Mirror]
  • As mentioned earlier, Natalie Cole's sister Cookie died this week while Natalie was receiving a kidney transplant. Their sister Timolin explained: "Natalie was there with [Cookie] at her bedside at 4 in the morning on Monday, and she got a phone call from her doctors that a kidney was ready for her. She said: 'What do you mean? I can't deal with that right now! I'm here with my dying sister!' And they said to her: 'No, ma'am. We've got to do it now. You've got to be at Cedars-Sinai in two hours.'" Timolin says she told Natalie: "Cookie would want this for you." [UPI]
  • Actress Lucy Gordon left two suicide notes before hanging herself in the Paris apartment she shared with her boyfriend. Her father, Richard Gordon, said one letter included her last wishes about her estate, and the other was for her parents. Her father said: "The whole family is so proud of Lucy, and we always have been. Her death has come completely out of the blue and the entire family is devastated." [The Daily Mail]
  • Lucy Gordon and her cinamatographer boyfriend Jerome Almeras reportedly had a fight on Tuesday night in their apartment. He found her the next day. She would have turned 29 today. [The Star]
  • Heath Ledger's last film, The Imaginarium Of Doctor Parnassus is premiering at Cannes. Director Terry Gilliam said, "Everybody was just energised by Heath, he was extraordinary, he was almost exhausting because he had so much energy - that just passed onto everyone else, everyone's part grew because they were full of Heath's energy." [The Mirror]
  • Sharon Stone donated $50,000 to a fund being set up for AIDS research, which will honor Natasha Richardson. Stone said: "Natasha said that she would go on until a cure was found for Aids - I believe that she will." [The Mirror]
  • In this video taken outside a L.A. club Jason Wahler challenges Spencer Pratt to a fight and calls him "a little faggot." [TMZ]
  • Things aren't as wild at the Playboy Mansion as they used to be. Cops rolled up to the house because they got a call that shots had been fired nearby. It turned out to be a false alarm. They found Hugh Heffner playing backgammon with his son Marston. [TMZ]
  • One of the aphorisms in Kanye West's new book Thank You And You're Welcome is" "If everybody thinks it's right, you're doing something wrong." Newsweek asked if Kanye's ever found the people who said he was wrong turned out to be right?I can't think of a particular example like that. But that is something about being a trailblazer: you won't always take the right track. I'm not a psychic. [Newsweek]
  • When asked what interview he would most like to do, Larry King said: "Fidel Castro certainly. Always wanted to interview a Pope. Any Pope. And J.D. Salinger, who is probably the most impossible interview to get. The Catcher in the Rye had a major impact on me. I'd ask him, "Where'd you go? Why'd you stop writing? Did you run dry after four books?" That just boggles me. That's something I could never do. Disappear from the scene." [Time]
  • This interview with Whoopi Goldberg is chock full of crazy stories about her past, such as how she decided to become a bricklayer in her youth. Goldberg explains: "I was young, homeless and addicted to heroin. I'd dropped out of high school and into drugs. Simple as that. I was a child of the Sixties so I ingested as many mind-altering substances as I could. It was a rite of passage. And when I got clean I was convinced I wanted to be an actor. I just needed a bit of time to convince the acting profession. So, in between, I needed a job." [The Telegraph]
  • When asked what he thought about the American Idol finale on his blog, Clay Aiken went into a rant about how the show is fake now writing, "I think they voted AGAINST an American Idol that has, for four years now, been more about the slick productions and polished contestants than it has been about finding the raw talent that it did in its first three seasons." [Perez Hilton]
  • Jessica Biel's new movie Easy Virtue, is based on a Noël Coward's play and she sings one of his songs over the credits. She said: "They were moving forward with [Ben Barnes doing it], but found out by looking into Coward's will and things that he wrote about his music that he said no man could ever record that song again. I guess he was in love with somebody and that was it - no man was going to record that again, so you can only find women singing and recording it. So it was very random. I hadn't planned on it, and it was such a treat to get to do that because - and I know no one really knows this about me - I really started in musical theater, with Annie and The Sound of Music. I mean, I wanted to be Whitney Houston, that was my dream." [N.Y. Magazine]