Elizabeth Banks is telling those who wish to restrict access to birth control to suck a bag of dicks. She explains how it's used for a whole raft of things other than preventing unwanted pregnancies, including to help regulate periods in those struggling with fertility issues and improve the chances of successful IVF. "Just over a year ago, my son Felix was born via gestational surrogacy. He came out of me nine months early and because of my broken belly, his babycake was baked in a wonderful angel's oven and now — I can't believe it — he's a year old and walking. He has expanded my capacity for joy a thousand-fold." She then ponders what it would be like if employers had a say in your reproductive health, as a proposed bill in Arizona tried to enable. "A girlfriend and I recently wondered what would be more mortifying: having to tell her male employer she needed birth control to mitigate a heavy flow or just bleeding all over herself in the office?" she added. Solid gold. [iVillage]

High-profile feminists have weighed in on Katy Perry's faux girl power message in the past, and now Naomi Wolf is taking her to task over the video for "Part Of Me" – saying it's more like an ad for the Marines than a message about the importance of inner strength and independence. "Have you all seen the Katy Perry Marines video? It is a total piece of propaganda for the Marines…. I really want to find out if she was paid by them for making it…It is truly shameful," said Wolf. "I would suggest a boycott of this singer who I really like-if you are as offended at this glorification of violence as I am." What say you? [E!]
The more I see Katy with Baptiste Giabiconi the more I think they're a good match. [Page Six]

Though she seems like she'd be pretty down-to-earth and fun to hang out with, Rolling Stone confirms it by chatting with several of Jennifer Lawrence's friends. "I'd met her a few times, and she was like, 'You should come over and we'll hang out,'" said Zoe Kravitz. "So I go over to her apartment, and she opens the door in a towel. She's like, 'Come in, sorry, you're early, I was about to shower.' And she drops her towel and gets in the shower, and starts shaving her legs, totally naked. She was like, 'Are we here yet? Is this OK?' And I was like, 'I guess we're there!'" [Page Six]

After being blessed with news that more episodes of Arrested Development are coming our way, the gods in charge of reviving beloved TV shows and movies have decided to double our pleasure by finally allowing the sequel to Anchorman — and we know it's true because the words came right out of Will Ferrell's mouth. What's next, they're going to bring back Models Inc. with the original cast? If that were to happen I'd be forced to shoot myself right there and then because I'd know that life would never be quite so perfect again. [Huff Po]

While shooting an ad for his energy drink, Joan Rivers admitted she finds 50 Cent pretty hot. "He is adorable," she said. "I didn't know what to expect, but he's as cute as they come." If they got together it'd be a great way for them both to stick it to Chelsea Handler seeing how he used to date her and Joan has made it pretty clear she can't stand the woman. Plus, if they started dating it'd be the only Dirt Bag item for a month, seeing as nothing could come close to beating that juicy. [E!]

  • Um, you might want to slip your vagina a sleeping pill because it's going to want to head out tonight after hearing news that Kris Humphries and Vinny Guadagnino might be teaming up to pick up ladies. [In Touch]
  • It's going to take more than some abs and naked backs for the Dallas reboot to work sans Linda Gray and co. But not much more. [E!]
  • We heard about the split yesterday, so of course those super sleuth tabloid writers are hard at work finding out whodunit in the Bradley Cooper/Zoe Saldana breakup. It was Bradley, in person, with the best of intentions. [E!]
  • It's hard to believe that Elton John has been bullied as an adult because he seems like he'd be absolutely terrifying if you crossed him, but the music legend says his underlying vulnerability made him an easy target. [E!]
  • If your cups runneth over, Fergie has a little workout tip for you: Double up on the sports bras. [US]
  • Zooey Deschanel's older sister Emily comes across as pretty hilarious and inventive when the former discusses how much of an evil tormentor she was growing up. [US]
  • I'm not exactly sure how you make something out of day-old Chinese food and pizza (fusion?), but Mila Kunis says it's her mad skills in this area that would make her a great judge on Top Chef. [US]
  • Beauty editors take note: apparently we need to figure out the exact brand and shade of five-year-old "fashionista" Suri Cruise's choice of lipstick, stat! [US]
  • Golly, first Suri works a new shade of lipstick and now Victoria Beckham goes and cuts her hair a little. It's going to be an expensive weekend, makeover-wise. [US]
  • Or you could do a bit of a DIY job like Lourdes Leon and her intriguing new 'do. [The Sun]
  • Those of you who required smelling salts when I questioned the true awesomeness of Titanic a week or so ago had better reach for them again because Kate Winslet admits her acting wasn't all that great in it. [Ministry Of Gossip]
  • Chris Klein says that alcohol almost killed him and certainly fucked up his career. [People]
  • The best way to wriggle your way back into the spotlight is take pot-shots at those more culturally relevant than you, according to Clay Aiken – the singer saying that Rihanna has problems with her pitch. [Radar]
  • I don't know about you but I could listen to Janice Dickinson rant all day. So, when I heard her say that "rude and disgusting" Kim Kardashian should have been tarred and feathered not just flour bombed I was pretty tickled. [Radar]