Bristol's mom, Sarah Palin, is expected to be in the audience of the show tonight. Will Bristol waltz her way to a win? [Gatecrasher]
Lady Gaga played a show in Philadelphia, and asked the crowd: What's everyone's big problem with my meat dress? Haven't they seen me wear leather?" [Digital Spy]
Things must be getting really serious between George Clooney and Elisabetta Canalis: She took him to meet her parents. Her parents live in a tiny town called Trenuraghes on the island of Sardinia. They ate gnocchi with meat sauce and ravioli with vegetables, followed by sea bass and white wine. The locals felt the need to yell something to George about making babies. Just like a romcom! [People]
Pink would like to urge you to boycott pet stores. [Contact Music]
Grizz from 30 Rock has become friends with his kidney donor after having surgery earlier this year. Grizz says of the 20-year-old Arizona man whose kidney saved his life: "He wasn't a fan of 30 Rock and didn't watch it. He was a total stranger who was going to donate a kidney, regardless." And: "We talk all the time. He just sent me some pictures from a wonderful trip he took, and I told him I was a little jealous. Next time he goes, I am going with him." [Daily Express]
"It'll be on the DVD. I only cut it because it was distracting. He was at the end of the movie and all of sudden, 'Hey, there's Donald Trump!' Structurally, I think we put him in too late." — Oliver Stone cut Trump from the theatrical release of Wall Street: Money Never Sleeps. [Daily Express]
"I like women. I just like them. I like flirting and I like to listen. Guys will say they fancy girls, but my best friends are girls." — Simon Cowell. [Contact Music]
"I think I'm a little more wild and free since I had her because once she's in bed, all my mom friends, we get together and have dance parties at the house. It's really dorky but I probably would have never done that before." — Jessica Alba, on life since she had her daughter. [Contact Music]
"It's a curious phenomenon, I suppose, given the moral turpitude of that character. People are thrilled to watch other people doing this, relieved that they don't have to deal with the consequences — there is a vicarious thrill. It is exciting to see people misbehave. That's a big part of cinema and theater and television. Watching people who are ostensibly good do bad things, and kind of root for them to get away with it, and know that it's bad and yet..." — Jon Hamm says people love to see Don Draper misbehave. [Digital Spy]
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When Chelsea Clinton puts on a funny outfit and has her parents come watch, it's called Stanford Graduation.
When Bristol puts on a funny outfit and Sarah Palin comes to watch, it's called Dancing with the Stars.