Earlier this week on Lopez Tonight, George Lopez mocked Kirstie Alley's performance on Dancing With the Stars, saying, "She did a nice job, her little hooves tapping away. Before the show, she went to the market, and then she had roast beef and this is her going all the way home!" Then he cut to the squealing pig in the GEICO commercial. Alley brushed off the insult, tweeting: "Don't worry about George's comments...just remember what happens to the big bad, drunk wolf… falls in a boiling pot of vodka. Piggy laughs." Now Lopez has apologized via Twitter, saying, "I misjudged the joke. No malice was intended and I apologize to Kirstie." How about you beg for forgiveness on your TV show? [Radar Online, Fox News, LA Times, image via ABC.go.com]

Tonight the lights will be dimmed at Broadway theaters in honor of Elizabeth Taylor. [AP]
Liz Taylor's casket: A lavish, velvet-lined, $11,000 "top of the line" all-wood traditional Jewish model. [TMZ]
Andy Warhol's iconic portrait of Liz Taylor will be auctioned in May, and may be sold for $30 million. [Wonder Wall]

Reese Witherspoon's wedding is tomorrow, but the celebrations begin tonight with the rehearsal dinner! [Radar Online]


Eva Longoria has had a tattoo on her wrist removed; it was the wedding date of her marriage to Tony Parker in Roman numerals. Ouch. [Radar Online]

  • Oh, hey, never mind that necklace stuff: Lindsay Lohan may be charged with battery stemming from the night she allegedly got in an altercation with Betty Ford Clinic staffer Dawn Holland. [TMZ]
  • Uh, Whitesnake has more online pre-orders for their album than Britney Spears does for hers. [Digital Spy]
  • Hot: A Jay-Z and Sade collaboration is in the works. [Wonder Wall]
  • Even though the new flick Amazing Spider-Man — starring Andrew Garfield and Emma Stone — is still being filmed, the sequel is already being written. [The Hollywood Reporter]
  • Boo: Breaking Dawn will be PG-13. Not rated R. You guys are no fun! [IndieWire]
  • Joe Manganiello is hot, the end. [Just Jared]
  • RIP Lanford Wilson. [WSJ]
  • "We're separated, we're working on ourselves and our relationship, and sort of figuring out what we want. You know, life's complicated and people go through changes. And I've been reading a lot of things about myself, reading books that talk about feelings and changes, and she's been working on herself a lot too. The great thing is that we really love each other and that we're really amazing parents together, very supportive — I'm her biggest fan and she's my biggest fan. You know, that's what it's all about really." — David Arquette on his relationship with Courteney Cox. [ET]