While straight women and 'mos have already cleared out the spank bank to make room for the visual sexcellence sure to come out of Channing Tatum's upcoming stripperiffic film, Magic Mike, he says straight guys shouldn't overlook it. "People say that women and the gay community will go see it — knock on wood," he said. "But I know straight guys won't be like, 'Yo, what's up man? You wanna go see the stripping movie after the game tonight?' I doubt they'll have the balls to see it." Though they might be persuaded once they realize the fine piece of ass otherwise known as Joe Manganiello is also in it: "With Joe Manganiello naked in a movie, I think even straight guys are going to be, 'Shit, I need to see that. That man is a specimen.'" Tatum says that when people find out about his stripper past it's the bro dudes who get all kinds of worked up. "What's funny is that the girls don't ask me questions about my stripping days, but straight guys want to know everything," he added. "It's that fantasy element." [Us]

If you ever want to rebuff consistent and delightfully detailed gay rumors plaguing your husband, a word of advice: don't follow Kelly Preston's lead. Rather than wisely ignoring it, the actress has decided to publically release the private video montage John Travolta gave her for Mother's Day. A the risk of coming off like a cliché ol' queen myself, I'd just like to draw your attention to the fact that it's set to "That Face" by Barbara Fucking Streisand. Oh, gurrrrl. [Celebuzz]

Yesterday we heard that Mark Ronson said that Amy Winehouse was "freaked out" by Adele's success. But the producer wants y'all to know that he was misquoted in the original article. "Some journalist quoted me as saying Amy was ‘freaked out' by Adele's success. jesus Christ," he wrote on Facebook. "i read the interview for the first time just now, and there are so many wrong quotes in there. i can tell the dude was writing whatever he wanted because he uses words and language that i never EVER fucking use in my daily life." [Facebook]

I love Chloë Sevigny — correction, I love Chloë Sevigny as played by the amazing Drew Droege — so it saddens me to hear her say that she's worried her latest role as a pre-op transsexual assassin in Hit & Miss might make her less attractive to men. "I was lonely and I felt really unattractive," she says of her costume. "I was confused about my desirability — was I desirable? — in having put that on, and having men see me with that on." [Page Six]

Naomi Watts was understandably unsure about playing Princess Diana in Caught in Flight, and wanted to say no when she was first approached to play the part. "I'm looking forward to it, but am absolutely terrified," she said. "It's going to be a tough one. It's a big beast to take on. I just try to do my best." [Daily Mail]

Loving these soft, black and white behind-the-scenes photos of Rihanna at a photoshoot. [Esquire UK]

  • Kanye West's new music compilation and film are called Cruel Summer. Sorry Ye, Imma let you finish, but Bananarama… you know the rest. [Rap Radar]
  • Snow White And The Huntsman looks set to be not only amazing but an interesting take on female competition, says Charlize Theron: "There is something great about two women kind of going at it … that will resonate, I think, with women in today's society." [Celebuzz]
  • Rufus Wainwright is in trouble with a Catholic Church in Chelsea, after he called it "crappy" on a DVD. [Page Six]
  • Wanna see photos of Hilary Duff's new kid? It's okay, she posted them on Twitter – they weren't taken by some asshole pap. [NYDN]
  • David Letterman told Conan O'Brien that Jay Leno is a brat, but failed to mention he's also extremely not funny. [E!]
  • It looks like someone is fighting back against my hairspiration idol, Duane "Dog the Bounty Hunter" Chapman — he received death threats. [E!]
  • Donna Summer's death is indeed a tragedy but her family can be proud of the fact that Barack Obama was so saddened he made an official statement. [E!]
  • Donna said before her death that she thought inhaling toxic air in the aftermath of 9/11 – she lived nearby – gave her cancer. [TMZ]
  • She was excellent before all that romantic comedy crap — Freeway and Election, anyone? – so it's nice to see that Reese Witherspoon is upping her cinematic game by signing on for Devil's Knot, about the West Memphis 3. [Us]
  • Best photobomb of the month goes to Madagascar 3's Alex the lion who got Ben Stiller and David Schwimmer good in Cannes. [People]
  • Snooki Tweets a photo of her baby bump. [People]
  • Do you think Angelina Jolie and Brad Pitt ever leave the house and not get papped? If so it wasn't today, the pair getting snapped leaving the National Portrait Gallery in London. [Popsugar]
  • Ellen and Portia DeGeneres have an awesome new house – complete with internal tree! [TMZ]
  • Photos of Beth Dito kissing her fiancée Kristen Ogata on the red carpet in Cannes make me happy for some reason. Firstly, because Ditto is great, and secondly, my Frenchy-pants boyfriend was watching her performance and interview at the film festival yesterday and she's an absolute powerhouse. That and she repeatedly spoke about the fact that she's a successful out lesbian and it's important to hear that sometimes (you need to click down some). [Daily Mail]
  • Alicia Keys and Stevie Wonder will perform together at the Billboard awards! Dueling pianos? [EW]
  • Though this clearly deserves to be up front I put news of Joey Lawrence joining the Chippendales down here to leave a lingering mental image in your head for the rest of the day. You're welcome. [OMG]