Anyone who has been around small kids knows that some of the stuff that comes out of their mouths is hilariously precocious, but it can also take you aback because you didn't expect to hear it for at least another few years. Tina Fey found herself in that predicament when she was watching some 30 Rock with her six-year-old daughter Alice – adorable! – when someone mentioned erections under clothes. Of course out of anything she could have picked up on, Alice asked her mom: "What's an erection?" To which walking thesaurus Tina quickly replied: "An erection is a building!" But someone must have taught wee Alice about context early on because she knew all to well that you can't hide buildings under clothing (my apologies to Christo and Jeanne-Claude) and started pressing for more details. "I wanted to be so mad at the show," added Tina. "But it was my show!" [Radar]

In unsettling news, Sinead O'Connor pleaded for psychiatric help on Twitter yesterday following an attempted overdose last Thursday. "i realise i will be in trouble 4 doing this but.. ireland is a VERY hard place to find help in," she wrote. "So having tried other ways 1st im asking does any1 know a psychiatrist in dublin or wicklow who could urgently see me today please? im really un-well... and in danger." Including an email where she could be reached, she added: "i desperately need to get back on meds today … am in serious danger." Let's hope she got the help she needed. If someone of her stature has to rely on Twitter for psychiatric advice, what must it be like for the rest of the country? [NYDN, The Sun]

Earlier this week we told you about Demi Moore's hot new piece and now we can bring you some more specific details about the guy everyone says she's hanging out of — apart from People, whose denial we're flat-out ignoring. His name is Blake Corl-Baietti and he's a, wait for it, personal trainer and model. "I'm as hardworking, honest and diligent as they come," he writes on his professional profile. "[I] will always give 100% effort to do the best job I can." Interpret that as you will. Demi, we raise our morning Irish coffees in your honor. [People]

Executive producer Michael Patrick King has defended the tired racial stereotypes in 2 Broke Girls, saying that he's gay so it's okay. "I'm gay. I'm putting in gay stereotypes every week," he said in response to accusations of racism. "I don't find it offensive, any of this … I think our jokes are classy-dirty." Between this and Sex And The City, King's banal stereotypes just keep on coming. Up next: blackface and buck teeth. [E!]

For those that thought no more could be squeezed out of the celebrity birth, may I present you with the most amusing fake photos of Beyoncé and Jay-Z's new kid, Blue Ivy. Including a forecast of how she might look when she grows up just for shits and giggles. [E!]
Wanna see what a reported $1.3 million will get you maternity ward-wise? Here are the photos of where Blue Ivy crowned. [TMZ]
Jennifer Hudson has one word of advice to share with Beyoncé when it comes to motherhood: sleep. [US]
Blue Ivy is the youngest person ever to hit the Billboard charts. [Billboard]
Not wanting to be outdone, Beyoncé and Jay-Z apparently want to shoot a music video in space. [MTV UK]

  • The assholes of Hollywood had better watch out because Rickey Gervais says he plans on ripping them a new one when he hosts the Golden Globes this Sunday. [Page Six]
  • Folks say that Michael Moore is the most famous filmmaker in Iran. [Page Six]
  • Patti Smith has defended her decision to play a private concert for the residents of Hotel Chelsea, saying she's trying to open a positive dialogue between them and the developers. [NYDN]
  • Taking the fake high road, Amber Rose has apologized for calling Kim Kardashian a "homewrecker" but still insists she wrecked her home. [NYDN]
  • Kris Jenner wins the understatement of the year when she says "some people could have done without details of Kim's marriage and split." [US]
  • Katy Perry won a shitload of statuettes at the People's Choice Awards but wasn't there to collect them. [E!]
  • People are pissed at Rosie O'Donnell after an old photo surfaced of her and her family happily posing next to a dead hammerhead shark during a fishing trip. [E!]
  • Okay, okay, I'll admit it, Jessica Alba's kid Haven is pretty cute. [E!]
  • Selena Gomez is going through her awkward rebellion phase publicly and has dyed her hair purple and blue. We've all been there. Mine was green and far less becoming. [E!]
  • Ashton Kutcher has shaved the beard and cut his hair, but is still wearing his wedding band. Perhaps in memory of his cheating. [E!]
  • This is nice: Kristy McNichol is overwhelmed with "love and support" after she came out last week. [People]
  • Class act Seth Rogen peed in a Snapple bottle in Tom Cruise's driveway because he was nervous about a work meeting. [US]
  • She's playing a porn actress so monocles shouldn't be smashing to the floor in shock over news that Amanda Seyfried is going to do a nude scene. [US]
  • Zoe Saldana and Bradley Cooper are taking things nice and slow by moving in together. [X17]
  • Showing off a ring on that finger, Alec Baldwin is staying mum, or dad as it were, about whether or not he's engaged to Hilaria Thomas. [Express]
  • Discussing the debilitating pain of the rheumatoid arthritis she's struggled with for 19 years Kathleen Turner says she watches her old movies to cheer herself up. Poor thing. We watch them to cheer ourselves up too, she's awesome! [Express]
  • A Ron Paul supporter hacked No Doubt and Nicole Scherzinger's Twitter accounts. [Rolling Stone]
  • If you're into The Dark Knight Rises you might want to check out the next issue of Entertainment Weekly because they take you on a set tour full of Christian Bale/Thomas Hardy goodness. And that's all you're probably going to get because midnight screening tickets for July have already sold out. July! [EW, EW]