As part of her sentence for violating her probation, Lindsay Lohan will have to do 120 hours of community service in a L.A. morgue. "She'll be doing basic janitorial work," says Coroner Assistant Chief Ed Winter. "She won't be handling any dead bodies but she'll certainly see them." Lindsay has also been ordered to complete 360 hours of service at the Downtown Women's Center, a homeless shelter in L.A. [People]
Lindsay's appeal may not be heard for 2-3 months. She'll remain free on bail until then, but a source says, "Lindsay's appeal will most likely be denied. The only thing this appeal is doing is buying Lindsay time to stay out of jail." [Radar]


Robert De Niro and Donald Trump are feuding because De Niro criticized Trump's moronic claims about President Obama's birth certificate, saying, "It's like a big hustle. It's like being a car salesman. Don't go out there and say things unless you can back them up. How dare you? That's awful to do. To just go out and speak and say these terrible things?" [E!]
Trump responded: "Well he's not the brightest bulb on the planet ... I've been watching him over the years, and I like his acting, but you know in terms of when I watch him doing interviews and various other things, we're not dealing with Albert Einstein." [The Wrap]


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European tabloids claim Carla Bruni is pregnant with her second child, her first with French President Nicolas Sarkozy. [Radar]


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Ryan Philippe said in a recent interview, "I think I'm going to end my acting career ... I'm so introverted. I'm ready to go behind the scenes. I'm 36, but I've been doing this for 20 years." Later an anonymous source explained what he really meant: "He's been talking about expanding his talents to producing and directing, but never give up acting. He's not retiring from acting anytime soon!" [Us]


  • Elizabeth Taylor left her eighth husband Larry Fortensky $825,000 in her will. They remained close after their 1996 divorce and Fortensky is now suffering from health problems. [Radar]
  • LeAnn Rimes is upset that Us noted the similarities between her wedding to Eddie Cibrian and his first wedding. Both ceremonies took place in spring on the beach, the bride wore Reem Accra, and the first dance was to "I Got You Babe." Rimes Tweeted: "why would I EVER want to be anyone but me?! I've got a pretty dang great life that's authentically my own. I'm proud of it!" [USA Today]
  • Here's a blurry picture of LeAnn's dress. [Us]
  • Katie Couric may announce that she's leaving the CBS Evening News this week, so prepare accordingly. [The Wrap]
  • Former Destiny's Child member Farrah Franklin was arrested over the weekend for disorderly conduct. [TMZ]
  • Actor Rob Kazinsky quit the role of Fili in The Hobbit "for personal reasons." Peter Jackson said, "Rob has been terrific to work with, and his enthusiasm and infectious sense of humour will be missed by all of us. At the moment we are shooting scenes featuring Bilbo without the Dwarves, which will give us time to find a new Fili." [Telegraph]
  • Toni Collette has given birth to her second child, a boy named Arlo Robert Galafassi. [E!]
  • Kevin James' wife Steffiana has given birth to their third child, Kannon Valentine James. [Us]
  • Last night Nicolas Cage attended his son Weston's wedding to musician Nikki Williams in New Orleans. The couple only got engaged on Friday and Williams Tweeted the next day, "Weston presented me with my GORGEOUS ring last night in front of a giant bonfire and the Fire Department showed up." [CNN]
  • Elton John says he's upset about how the British press will hound Kate Middleton and Prince William. "You know, if there's one thing in the world that I could get rid of, it's that hatefulness, that whole nastiness that pervades our British media," he says. "I'm sorry we have it, but we do, and we have to live with it. It's a great country, but there's one thing about Britain that sucks." [E!]
  • Orlando Bloom says of his son Flynn, "All the things that you thought were important drift into the background, and the things that are really important come to the forefront, and he's one of them. He's my boy. He's amazing." [Us]