- Paris Hilton has basically been kicked out of Japan. Not hot.
They usually love her there! She arrived on Tuesday and was allowed to stay the night while officials decided whether or not she could legally enter the country, since she has a drug conviction. Paris was there on business, but she just up and left before immigration officials could make their decision. [CNN]
Paris Hilton also cancelled all of her appearances in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, and Jakarta, Indonesia. Oh, and part of the item is awesome:
"I'm going back home, and I look forward to coming back to Japan in the future," a smiling Hilton told reporters before departing on her private jet.
Lindsay Lohan allegedly "went off the rails" when she found out that Samantha Ronson went to Nicole Richie's bachelorette party in Cabo San Lucas, Mexico. Apparently LL "went crazy" trying to find out who Sam was with. Also: Guess Nicole Richie's getting married soon! [Page Six]
Aretha Franklin's son Eddie Franklin was attacked at a gas station on Monday night and severely beaten. There's not a lot of information about what happened, however, and Eddie has been advised by cops to come in and make a statement. [NY Times]
Have you seen Tyra Banks' boyfriend? She keeps him hidden, but you can see him in a picture at the link. Handsome! [E!]
Sigourney Weaver told Jon Stewart that she was a "very low form of life" in high school, and would make fun of herself faster than anyone else could — she was 5'11" when she was eleven years old! "Dances were unfortunate experiences for me." [TV Squad]
Rosie O' Donnell's family is the "Gay-dy Bunch." [Digital Spy]
If you always wanted to see Cher at Caesar's Palace — where she's been singing since 2008 — you'd better hurry: She'll end her show for good next year. [Daily Express]
Stephanie Seymour and Peter Brant called off their divorce at the last minute, and are now looking for a townhouse. Ain't love grand? [Page Six]
"A judge is considering whether to drop some of the charges against Howard K. Stern and the two doctors at the center of the Anna Nicole Smith drug conspiracy trial, it has been reported." [Digital Spy]
"When [doctors] tell you that you have cancer, you panic. I had my thyroid gland removed, then radiation. It was hard, but now I'm in remission, and the scar doesn't bother me. After the surgery in 2003, I had my son Photoshop a Frankenstein scar on my neck and sent it to my friends and said, 'I'm fine, I look perfect!' It was really funny." — Sofia Vergara. [WonderWall]
"The hardest thing I do every day is not take cocaine. You don't get cured of addiction; you're just in remission" — Aaron Sorkin, writer of The Social Network (and The West Wing, and Studio 60, and A Few Good Men) to W. [Page Six]
"They like listening to, well they prefer what I call German oompa loompa music. If I'm recording at home - my new album for example - and I'm listening to it and working on it at home, they always tell me to turn it off!" he said. "My kids don't think I'm cool - they don't even speak to me on the phone!" — Seal. [Socialite Life]
"I can't get back into my wardrobe. I gave it all away to some mission. I tried tailoring the pants but they look ridiculous. My wife's no dictator, but she said I must stick to a regimen. So I'm in the gym six days a week, I power walk, live on 800 calories a day. No pasta. No seconds. A sandwich occasionally. Now I'm a health nut. I was addicted to bread, cookies, whatnot. I love all the bad stuff. I got tired of being heavy, so I went on a really good regime of eating healthy and exercising for an hour a day. I'm not a nutty, macrobiotic kind of guy, but I enjoy being alive." — Sir Anthony Hopkins, who has lost 80 lbs. [Contact Music]