• Kristen Stewart is getting downright testy when it comes to being asked about Robert Pattinson: "I probably would've answered it if people hadn't made such a big deal about it," she told Entertainment Weekly. Plus:

"But I'm not going to give the fiending an answer. I know that people are really funny about 'Well, you chose to be an actor, why don't you just fucking give your whole life away?! Can I have your firstborn child?'" She continued: "I've thought about this a lot There's no answer that's not going to tip you one way or the other. Think about every hypothetical situation: 'Okay, we are. We aren't. I'm a lesbian.' I'm just trying to keep something. If people started asking me if I was dating Taylor, I'd be like 'Fuck off!' I would answer the exact same way." [EW, People]


  • Ugh: There's more Lindsay Lohan-related audio coming out; this time it's Dina Lohan saying, "You don't even know what I'd go through trying to get her into, like, rehab and stuff… She'd like, punch me in the face, kick me out of the car… You don't know the shit I went through trying to get her an intervention by myself. It was very difficult." Dina continues, "She's really sad and really hurt and really...despondent. I told her not to go to L.A. at 18...she did. I couldn't leave these other three (kids) to go get her and it was, like, a mess." You know what's a mess? Selling private phone conversations to media outlets! [Radar Online]
  • BREAKING: Posh purchased piglets for her paramour. [Daily Express]
  • Ticket sales for Chris Brown's tour are fairly crappy. [Gatecrasher]
  • Chris Brown taped a segment for MTV, which will air Friday (the same day as Rihanna's interview). He says: "My thoughts is like, 'Why did it happen?', like ‘What was I thinking?', ‘What is wrong with you?'" And: "My thoughts basically now is just, 'Ok, How do we get past it?'" [NY Daily News]
  • Chris Martin is suing Star magazine over that story that he kissed Kate Bosworth; his rep says it is "absolutely not true." [ABC News]
  • Nicole Kidman is going to Kenya today on mission to end violence against women as part of an initiative by UNIFEM — the United Nations Development Fund for Women. She recently said Hollywood had probably contributed to violence against women by portraying them as weak sex objects. She said: "I can't be responsible for all of Hollywood, but I can certainly be responsible for my own career." [Page Six]
  • Nicolas Sarkozy and Carla Bruni are planning their first child. He already has three kids from two previous marriages; she has a son from a previous marriage. A source says: "They are a young couple, and like all young couples, they want to start a family." I say: I'm skeptical. [Daily Mail]
  • Fergie and Josh Duhamel went to dinner in Atlanta Tuesday night — at the restaurant next door to the hotel in which Duhamel supposedly had sex with stripper Nicole Forrester. According to this report, they sat in a rounded booth in the middle of the restaurant and seemed really happy. [Us Magazine]
  • Here are details on the polygraph that stripper Nicole Forrester took; an expert says she was truthful when she answered yes to the question, "Did you have intercourse with Josh?" [Radar Online]
  • At the link, Tina Fey talks about her ten favorite 30 Rock moments. Two awesome jokes: LIZ: Why are you wearing a tux? JACK: It's after six. What am I, a farmer? And! TRACY: I spent two days making that movie from my home and what did I get? A million dollars, a yellow Bentley and nothing. [The Daily Beast]
  • Amy Winehouse's dad, Mitch Winehouse, is working on an album. The cabbie says: "It's a Sinatra-ish album. There will be six covers of Sinatra. We were always singing in the house." As long as he doesn't do "Fuck Me Pumps." [The Sun]
  • At the link: Charlize Theron, Viggo Mortensen, a rumor about not showering. [Mirror]
  • The Parents Television Council is not happy about the Gossip Girl threesome storyline. [EW]
  • Ooh: David Letterman's blackmail scandal is getting the Law & Order treatment. The story, of course, will have a twist: The episode will revolve around a celebrity talk show host character named Vanessa Carville, who is on a show like The View — with a panel of women. [The Wrap]
  • Kim Kardashian and Reggie Bush are both selling their homes in L.A., because they want to live together. [TMZ]
  • Wanda Sykes' new late-night talk show premieres Saturday at 11 on Fox. She says: "It's going to be more about my personality, not just 'Oh, now [viewers] are going to get a voice of a black woman.' Yeah, I'm a black woman, but I don't speak for all black women." [NY Daily News]
  • Levi Johnston's Playgirl shoot might be at an ice rink, so he's worried about shrinkage. Allegedly. [Page Six]
  • NBA star Rashad McCants says there was nothing real about his stint on former girlfriend Khloe Kardashian's reality show. A staged incident? You don't say! [Page Six]
  • Scrubs stars Judy Reyes and Sarah Chalke are both pregnant; it's the first child for both. Judy is expecting a girl; Sarah is expecting a boy. [Life & Style]
  • Sam Worthington has left the cast of The Tourist, an Alfonso Cuaron thriller (remake) starring Angelina Jolie. Worthington will be replaced with Johnny Depp. The plot: "A female Interpol agent who ropes an everyman American tourist visiting France into becoming bait in the hunt for a wanted criminal who's also her former lover." [The Hollywood Reporter]
  • Ryan Seacrest's alleged stalker shows signs of early schizoprhenia. [TMZ]
  • "Marie Osmond is an ungrateful celebrity who screwed the man who rebuilt her career — according to the man who claims he helped rebuild her career." [TMZ]
  • Whatshername and Whatshisname have "put aside their differences" to be with her sick son Harvey. [The Star]
  • "The 30's were good to me and I'm really looking forward to my 40's, 'cause I'm a late bloomer. Got everything I need for a perfect 40th ... a happy and healthy lady, son, and another baby on the way." — Mathew McConaughey, who turned 40 yesterday. [People]
  • "I think the people I talk about are generally so stupid [that] they don't even know I'm saying bad things about them. I've run into Paris Hilton and she's like, 'Oh, I love your show.' And I'm like, 'You can't love my show if you can hear.'" — Chelsea Handler. [Page Six]
  • "I use my trophies as punch bowls." — Serena Williams, who is naked in the new issue of Glamour. [Gatecrasher]
  • Q: Is your middle name really Obi?
A: It truly is. The story is that I was in my mom's stomach during Star Wars. Alec Guinness came on, and I started kicking. So they just called me Obi. At least that's my mom's story. The real story is probably that she really likes O.B. brand tampons.
    Q: Well, what else have you got for me?
A: Okay, let's see. I wake up every morning and long for "Alien transmission received."
    Q: You mean that you hope we'll make contact with aliens?
Yes. And the thing is, in five years, we will know without question if there are Earthlike, life-sustaining planets. I think we'll probably find animals. Animals, man! I mean, imagine an alien animal — it's so fascinating! And then to think about "Blind" Willie Johnson's "Dark Was the Night — Cold Was the Ground," which was sent on a piece of gold vinyl into outer space. Imagine an alien race coming across that! You know what I mean? — from an interview with Devendra Barnhart. [Spin]
  • "I didn't want to raise my kids in this weird, sycophantic so ciety. If you have celebrity parents, it's not a good recipe for the kids, or anyone at any age. Look at what Brad and Angelina go through." — Robin Wright, who moved her family out of Hollywood. [Page Six]
  • "There are steps! You can't just start out and collaborate with Madonna." — Jesus Luz, when asked if he would be working with Her Madgesty soon. [Gatecrasher]