Lady Gaga Might Join X Factor; Katie Holmes & Elijah Wood Want To Do A Musical

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Vague reports out of the UK repeated on MSNBC say: Yes. [MSNBC Scoop]

  • Beyoncé and Michelle Williams were together at a Haiti relief benefit in New York recently? Almost a full-on Destiny's Child reunion! Like Destiny's Chi. [People]
  • Michael Lohan was arrested late last night; he allegedly called his ex-girlfriend, a violation of her restraining order against him. Michael was arrested back in December for the exact same thing. Wasn't he in jail when Herbie Fully Loaded hit theaters? How many times as he been arrested? [TMZ]
  • Elijah Wood: "You should sing for a film." Katie Holmes: "That would be incredible. It would be fun. And you, too." Elijah Wood: "I would love that too. We should sing together!" Katie Holmes: "Let's do it. Elijah and I would like to make a musical." [Access Hollywood]
  • "Nicole Kidman was among the stars who donated $250,000 each to Haiti at a fund-raiser hosted by director Paul Haggis. Kidman, Penelope Cruz, Javier Bardem, Gerard Butler, Daniel Craig and Sean Penn each pledged to give $50,000 a year for five years to Artists for Peace & Justice's Haiti relief fund." [Page Six]
  • Michael Jackson sang R. Kelly's song "Ignition" in his car and the video ended up in the TV show Michael Jackson's Private Home Movies." But MJ never paid for the rights to the song, so his estate now owes Universal Music Publishing Group $3,000. [CNN]
  • According to this report: "[Michael Jackson's] kids are tired of the brothers getting the attention. They want to stand up for their father." [Showbiz 411]
  • Meanwhile, the DA is "ready" to charge Dr. Conrad Murray in the death of Michael Jackson; the charge might be involuntary manslaughter. [TMZ]
  • John Travolta says his faith and Scientology helped him through his son's death. [Breitbart]
  • JWoww and The Situation: No longer enemies, totally friendly, especially since they were at a paid appearance at a club in Miami. [Radar Online]
  • Q: How do you and your wife Sharon keep your marriage going after all these years? Ozzy Osbourne: "It's a give and take. I give and she takes." [Time]
  • Here's a picture of Matthew McConaughey, Camila Alves and their new baby, Vida. [PopSugar]
  • Mariah Carey's remix album: Delayed. [Reuters]
  • Jay Leno told Oprah Winfrey that he felt "sucker punched" by Jimmy Kimmel's appearance on his show; Kimmel says that Leno asked him to come on and do a 10 @ 10 about his "junk food weaknesses." Instead, Kimmel wanted to jokes about the late night wars, so he did. "If I made any mistake, the mistake I made was thinking Jay would have anything other to say than what was written on the cue cards," says Kimmel. "I figured he'd get into it and mix it up. You know, at one time he was a comedian. But he just stood there, kind-of reading through the questions like a robot and then goes off and rats me out to Oprah." [The Wrap]
  • Although Ugly Betty has been cancelled, the cast — Eric Mabius, Becki Newton, Vanessa Williams, Ana Ortiz — have been "inundated" with calls from other networks and may not be unemployed for long. America Ferrera seems to be focusing on films. [Reuters]
  • Jamie Kennedy's "hot" Valentine plans for Jennifer Love Hewitt: Snooze. Chocolate, roses, sweet things, yawn. [People]
  • At the link, Charlotte Gainsbourg talks about her new album, which has a track called "IRM" — French for an MRI scan. She suffered a brain hemorrhage in 2007, and surgeons had to drill through her skull to save her. "The sounds inside the machine are nasty to hear," she says. "They're brutal and aggressive, and rhythmically very chaotic. But they're also musical." The lyrics on "IRM": "Leave my head demagnetized/ Tell me where the trauma lies/ In the scan of pathogen/ Or the shadow of my sin." [Time]
  • In this video, Robert Pattinson fidgets, rubs his face, runs his hands through his hair and looks uncomfortable as he talks about his new movie, "Remember Me." [Pop Sugar]
  • OMG new couple? Glee's Cory Monteith (aka Finn) and Taylor Swift had dinner together. Also there was one other person, whose identity is a mystery. [ONTD]
  • The headline here is "Padma [Lakshmi] Baby Daddy A Techie?" but after reading the story, may we suggest, "Dude, You're Getting A Dell" ? [Page Six]
  • Randy and Evi Quaid's former private investigated is "terrified" because she says their behavior is becoming "erratic, threatening" and "potentially violent." She says: "Randy and Evi are bullies and criminals. They get away with shit because Randy is Randy Quaid." She's filed a restraining order against them. [Radar Online]
  • "Sly Stone sued a former business manager and others on Thursday, claiming tens of millions of dollars in royalties were kept from the singer who now depends on Social Security to survive." [AP]
  • You guys, the "Pants On The Ground" guy is going to the Grammys. Although it doesn't seem like they're going to let him inside. He'll perform on the red carpet. [TMZ]
  • "Paris Hilton Does Her Best Marilyn Monroe." Moles were different in the '50s. [The Life Files]
  • Samantha Harris, the lady who stands next to Tom Bergeron, is leaving Dancing With The Stars. [NY Post]
  • Elaine Paige is apologizing for calling Susan Boyle a "virus." She says: "I wasn't referring to Susan herself; I was referring to the speed of her fame spreading as fast as a worldwide viral marketing campaign." [Daily Mail]
  • Chelsea Handler's ex (and boss): Taking the breakup hard, looking "devastated." [Gatecrasher]
  • Olivia Newton-John will be in a hockey movie musical. No, really. [AP]
  • Tinsley Mortimer and Constantine Maroulis: Splitsville. [Page Six]
  • Tyrese has been cited for leaving the scene of an accident, but since TMZ was there taking pictures, proof of his innocence exists! [TMZ]
  • Pete Doherty will be questioned in the death of his ex, Robin Whitehead. [Daily Mail]
  • "I think it's a good thing, in hindsight. If I weren't keeping myself busy I'd be sitting around sort of picking at things and being bitter. But now that things are going on, I think it's a good thing. Maybe we should have done it earlier but I still think we could have made some great music, but we couldn't have got any bigger." — Liam Gallagher on the Oasis split. [The Sun]
  • "Now kids have tattoos everywhere. Girls do it. I don't mind a little bird or something like that, but you see girls with these big dragons and battleships and things. If you want to be somebody special now, don't have a tattoo, because everyone's getting them, you know." — Ozzy Osbourne. [Time]
  • "I've always just been stupidly curious about stuff; I'm not diversifying in terms of selling anything. I'm not selling 'John Mayer: the cologne.' If I did it would just smell like sausage and sleep. I don't look at my fans and think, 'Wow, they really like what I do musically. Imagine if I could get 60 more dollars out of them!' Who out there really goes, 'You know what, I just fucking love perfumes. I always have since I was a kid. If I weren't a pop singer, I'd be a perfumier…' At some point I may turn into an asshole, but right now I just peddle a CD for 15 dollars every two years." — John Mayer, who is trying to come up with ways to expand his career with a TV show and maybe writing for Gawker. [ONTD via Contact Music]
  • "I felt it was a little unfair to say someone has an eating disorder when they don't. It's extremely insulting and irresponsible. An eating disorder is serious and it's a disease. I think when you see me in person, you see that I'm, like, five foot one — I'm a small person. 'When I was heavier, everyone said I was too heavy. You can't win in the public eye and I find it really hard. So I ignore it now, I really do. The only time it bothered me was when I was in a store trying on shoes and these girls came up to me — they were probably like 13 or 14 — and their mother came over, and she said, 'Are you taking care of yourself, because my girls think that you're not.' That was upsetting." — Nicole Richie, to UK Marie Claire. [Daily Mail]



Were Katie Holmes and Elijah Woods high when they said that, because that seriously sounds like a stoner conversation.

"dude you know what would be awesome? we should sing"

"yeah, we could totally make a musical"

"woah, that's amazing. lets sing a musical"