There will be much more about this in Midweek Madness, but Sara Leal, the 22-year-old woman who claims she had sex with Ashton Kutcher on his wedding anniversary, has told (sold?) her story to Us Weekly. Of the intercourse, she says: "He was good. It wasn't weird or perverted." She looks rather contrite in the exclusive photos, perhaps because they did not use a condom. [Us Magazine, E!]
Ashton's latest tweet: "If we are not looking for one we are looking for the other Ctrl Esc." Deep, dude. You didn't control your dick, and now you are hoping to escape? [Twitter]

The makers of a contraption called the Belly Bandit — which supposedly helps flatten and tone your tummy after pregnancy — have a smattering of hot celebrity moms on their website. Jessica Alba was one of them, but she filed a $4 million lawsuit, claiming that the company used her name and photo without her consent. Whoops. [E!]

Saint Angelina is in Libya, where she visited a hospital and talked with patients. "I have come to Libya for a variety of reasons, to see a country in transition at every level and to witness efforts to fully realize the promise of the Arab Spring," she said. [Mirror]

Making your diary public pays off: Taylor Swift has been named Woman Of The Year by Billboard magazine. The 21-year-old singer-songwriter is the youngest artist to ever receive the honor, and the magazine's editorial director says: "At the young age of 21, Taylor has already made a major impact on music and has been an incredible role model for aspiring singers/songwriters and young women everywhere. I look forward to watching her career continue to flourish in the years to come." [Billboard, Access Hollywood]

Has Courteney Cox turned her troubled marriage into a TV show? She and her ex, David Arquette, just sold a project to NBC calledTen Years, "an ensemble comedy that explores the ups and downs of relationships among a group of friends spanning 10 years." At the center of the plot? A recently separated couple. [Deadline]

Ladyboner-inducing quote of the day: "When you're bored, just have sex." — Alexander Skarsgård. [Out]

  • Yesterday in court, the chief of forensic medicine at the Los Angeles County Coroner's Office testified that Michael Jackson did not cause his own death. "The circumstances, from my point of view, do not support self-administration of propofol." [BBC News]
  • Also in court yesterday, prosecutors showed a photograph of Michael Jackson's dead, naked body. (Do not click the link if you don't want to see it.) [TMZ]
  • After giving birth a month ago, January Jones is back on set as Betty Draper. [INF]
  • Stimulus package: Chris Brown and Bow Wow spent $5,000 on strippers last week. [TMZ]
  • Javier Bardem as a bond villain? Yes please. [BBC News]
  • Sunny quintessential California Girl Cameron Diaz has purchased a flat in London. Seasonal affective disorder to come. [London Evening Standard]
  • Yikes! The dude who played Random Task in Austin Powers allegedly murdered his cellmate in prison. [TMZ]
  • Jack Osbourne is engaged to girlfriend Lisa Stelly, and she has announced that she is pregnant. [E!]
  • Rosie O'Donnell might get married again: "I think it could be in the cards. It's legal in New York." When asked if she was moving too fast, she snapped, "C'mon, I'm 49 and I'm gay." [Extra]
  • "Snoop Dogg's Wife Keeps Him On Leash At Playboy Club." Metaphorically, unfortunately. Literally makes for a better story. [Mirror]
  • Concerntrolls are concerned about Richard Simmons' thinness, but his rep says "he is completely healthy." [AOL TV]
  • I would love to listen in the conversation when Diddy, Kanye, Khloe Kardashian and Lamar Odom had dinner. [People]
  • Christine Baranski should write a saucy travel guide! [Page Six]
  • "Madonna is Marilyn Monroe with women's emancipation." — Harvey Weinstein. [Gatecrasher]