This awards season has been all about The Help, but for the cast it's been all about, well, their boobs. First Viola Davis wowed us with her impressive display of cleavage at the NAACP Image Awards, then discussed how it was all a delightful accident, and now Octavia Spencer is getting in on the action. While most celebs head to In-N-Out to celebrate after the Oscars, Spencer, who is up for Best Supporting Actress, says she plans to treat herself to a boob lift once everything is wrapped up. "I am going to get my boobs lifted. That's going to be my first gift. I figured going into my forties I want my boobs where they were when I was 17," said the 41-year-old. "Right after the Oscars I start a Diablo Cody movie. We're taping out of the country for four months so I wouldn't be back here until about August. I would want to do this around November. Then that way I could just relax until January." [US]

You know when your baby brother or sister – who is now in their early-to-mid twenties but you still refer to them as your baby brother and sister because that's how they'll forever be etched in your mind – says something that indicates that they've had real-life actual sex and your brain breaks? That's kind of what happens when I see Zac Efron, 24, accidentally drop a condom on the red carpet at The Lorax premiere. Babies having babies! Or not, as the case may be. [ONTD]

They've both been getting a lot of play in the media recently, albeit for different reasons, but Adele is officially more popular than Whitney Houston – at least when it comes to the longest running number one album by a female artist on the Billboard charts. Though Whitney previously held the title with "The Bodyguard" album, Adele's "21" has just surpassed it by reaching 21 consecutive weeks at the top, which is pretty phenomenal because Whit held on to the 20-week record for 20 years. [Billboard]
It turns out that Bobby Brown didn't only skip out on Whitney's funeral only because his entourage was banned, it was also over his displeasure with a perfectly reasonable seating disagreement. Classy. [E!]
Unsurprisingly, any Beverly Hilton staffers who talked to the press about Whitney's death have now been fired. [Radar]

Academy Award organizers are so nervous about the guaranteed carry-on that would come of him turning up as his character from The Dictator that they've banned Sacha Baron Cohen from attending altogether – unless, that is, he promises to be a good boy. "We've made our position clear to Mr. Cohen's team. We'd love to have him at the show, but the ball is in his court," says a rep. "The position we took was, 'We would not like you to do this.' We're just waiting to hear back from him. We'd love to have him at the show, to have him celebrate with the rest of the Hugo team, and we're just waiting." [E!]

Attending a preview of Cindy Sherman's MoMA retrospective would be exciting enough, but guests were also treated to an impromptu floorshow when an attendee slapped her male companion across face following a discussion about sexism and misogyny. "I can't believe you think you have to have lived in the photograph to understand it!" she said as she gave him a quick one-two in front of guests including Debbie Harry, John Waters, Molly Ringwald and Martha Stewart. Street theatre at its best. [Page Six]

  • US fans of Kate Middleton may have a hard time clapping eyes on her in person, but if you're in New York you can see her burlesque dancer cousin Katrina Darling in the flesh when she hits town in a few weeks. [Page Six]
  • Bride collector Salman Rushdie will not be adding another name to the pile, because Michelle Barish has returned the ring. [Page Six]
  • It seems that a troubled personal life is great for the career if Sinead O'Conner's resurgence in popularity is anything to go by. [Page Six]
  • Crack open the baby naming book to the 'K' section, because Kourtney Kardashian has revealed she's having a girl. [NYDN]
  • Wizard Of Oz fan Leonardo DiCaprio and friends have snapped up the red ruby slippers and donated them to the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences. [E!]
  • It's the question on everybody's lips: which of the Glee cast will be forgotten about the quickest? UPDATE: Oh, and this link is a bit of a spoiler. Sorry to all those who found out too late. [E!]
  • Amazing Race producer Jeff Rice didn't die from a poisoning after all – well, at least not the kind everyone was thinking. Evidence now points to a cocaine overdose. [E!]
  • Jennifer Aniston has stuck a knife into the back of Friends fans everywhere by saying she doesn't think a reunion show would be a good idea. At least not until everyone is old, their careers have dried up and they need the money. [US]
  • It seems like it's been a long time coming, but after breaking the hearts of her fans from 1994-2004 Jennifer Aniston got a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame – where she kissed Justin Theroux publically, and in front of cameras, for the very first time. Yep, this is news. [Daily Mail]
  • OMG never fail to bring it when it comes to butt shots of assorted actor types, and they certainly don't disappoint when it comes to those of Jean Dujardin. [OMG]
  • Bam Margera was arrested at Mardi Gras in New Orleans for no apparent reason. Apparently. [TMZ]
  • Stress can be a killer – of Michael Jackson, according to Conrad Murray. [TMZ]
  • Pals of Rihanna and Chris Brown, like the rest of humanity, think that the couple resuming their relationship is not a power move. [TMZ]
  • We all need to lay off Chris Brown, according to The-Dream – aka the producer of "Birthday Cake" – because we might hurt his feelings. Not to mention record sales. [Billboard]