Ever since Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie got engaged, rumors about possible wedding dates have been flying fast and furious. We've been keeping our fingers crossed that they'd hit the altar ASAP, but today during an interview in Cannes, Brad delivered some very disappointing news: they haven't even set a date, and it could be a very long time before they do.

When questioned by a reporter about their rumored August wedding, Pitt got a mystified look in his eye and quickly said, "We truly have no date." The engagement, he said, "was something that made sense to us. Datewise, it's absolutely a rumor." He then dropped the bombshell that he's "still hoping we'll figure out our marriage equality in the States before then." Jeesh. That could take forever! It's beginning to look more and more like they got engaged to quiet their kids down, and now they're just going to put this thing off until they're both in their 80s. Well, on the bright side, it will give all of us celebrity-gossip lovers something to keep living for. [Radar]

Esteemed news source Maxim has released their annual "Hot 100" list, and while there are a lot of the usual suspects on there, there are also a few curveballs. For instance, Amanda Knox came in at number 92, which seems a little bit in poor taste since she got famous for being in prison, not being an super sexxxy entertainer. And Stephen Colbert, who has never previously been recognized as a hot lady, is number 69, after he launched a campaign to be included. If you're curious, Bar Refaeli took the top spot. [Maxim, NYDN]

Kelly Clarkson has found love, and she says it's ruining her ability to be creative. She's been dating Brandon Blackstock since the end of last year, and she says, "It is killing me. I'm trying to write a tough song and it is coming out like butterflies and rainbows." Well, they don't say love hurts for nothin', girl. [People]

Today a kind soul has revealed the truth about the state of affairs between Ryan Gosling and Eva Mendes. According to this "pal," RyGuy grew distant—oh, that old trick—and Eva called him out on it. So how did it end up? "He says he wants to slow down and not live with her yet. But he doesn't want to lose her." Naturally, in this probably fictional scenario, it is assumed she is desperate to move fast and live with him ASAP because a) he's Ryan Gosling and b) the goal of women in every relationship is to settle down and get marrieeeeeed and have 2,000 children. [Us]

Prince William has given yet another interview about his grandmother, Queen Elizabeth, and he's revealed he's not that wild about her corgis:

They're barking all the time . . . I don't know how she copes with it, But her private life with her dogs and her riding and her walking, it's very important to her. She has got to switch off. I would just question the noise!

Oh no, l hope Prince William understands what it means to invite the wrath of the internet's very powerful Corgi lobby… [Daily Beast]

  • Ladies and gentleman, please behold the heart-stopping glory that is Scott Disick stepping out in a fur-lined cape, complete with cane. [Us]
  • Whitney Houston's final song, "Celebrate," which she did with Jordin Sparks for the movie Sparkle, has finally been officially released. [People]
  • Speaking of Whitney, her rumored boyfriend Ray-J has been hospitalized since yesterday morning and will remain so until he's recovered from "exhaustion and jet lag." Hmm. This comes, btw, after he made an appearance at the Billboard Music Awards Sunday night and apparently got into some sort of tangle with Whitney's family. [Us]
  • Man, the bizarre stories about Michael Jackson just keep on popping up. Today famous Brazilian TV host Xuxa has revealed that Michael Jackson's team approached her about marrying the King of Pop and having his children. She obviously said no, which was probably the smartest thing she could have done, knowing how things ended up. [Guanabee]
  • Please give a big round of applause for Heidi Klum and Justin Bieber, who both won FiFi awards last night. No, it's not for having the best groomed dog, it's for having the best perfume. They're "the Oscars of the fragrance industry." Oh la la. [Us]
  • Mike "The Situation" Sorrentino has been out of rehab for a while and is saying that kicking his prescription drug habit has not been easy. One imagines not. Fortunately, now he says he's in a "good place." Hopefully he can stay in that good place once he's back at the Jersey Shore house, which is about as far from a good place as you can get. [MTV]
  • If you aren't yet sick to death of anything having to do with 50 Shades of Grey, you might be interested in this funny parody of it starring Selena Gomez and Nick Kroll. [Funny or Die]
  • You'll be relieved to know that Melissa Etheridge has finally settled the bitter two-year-long custody and support battle she's been having with her ex Tammy Lynn Michaels. [TMZ]
  • For reasons which may never be clear, some anonymous weirdo paid a whopping $18,000 at auction for an old pair of Queen Elizabeth's underwear. [TMZ]
  • Crazy gossip headline of the day goes to TMZ for this doozy: "Corey Feldman: A 300 LB Woman Is TERRORIZING Me" She's also said to be six feet tall, which I guess makes it extra terrifying? Someone should tell Corey and TMZ that stalkers come in all shapes and sizes, and they're all equally scary. [TMZ]
  • Your inner young girl will be excited to know that the house Snooki and JWoww are living in for their new show sounds pretty fabulous. Snooki says, "It's very big. Just think of a guidette Barbie house. That's what it looks like." Perfect. Oh, and there's also this: "It looks like leopard print threw up everywhere." Sounds like a very relaxing place to spend time. [Digital Spy]
  • If you, like me, continued to hate-watch Smash right up through the wretched season finale, you will be interested to know that both evil Ellis and dutiful Dev are leaving the show and won't be regulars in season two. Good, except let's hope this doesn't mean that what's her face ends up dating the skeezy director. [EW]
  • Eugene Polley, the genius that invented the remote control, has died at the age of 96. All of us couch potatoes owe him a serious debt of gratitude, so as you're flipping through the channels tonight, be sure to raise your remote in honor of the good Mr. Polley. [AP]