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Lady Gaga's video for "Judas," which involves Jerusalem, is seven minutes long and cost $10 million to create, will air "without interruption and in its entirety" on May 5 on E! Not on the internet, or even MTV. Interesting! Following the clip, the network will air an interview in which Giuliana Rancic will question Gaga about her life, music, and, most likely, eating habits. Set your DVR: May 5, 11:30pm! [ONTD]

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Mariah Carey gave birth to twins on Saturday. Sunday she renewed her wedding vows with Nick Cannon — in the hospital, with the Reverend Al Sharpton officiating. Rev. Al says: "Mariah looks GREAT, and the babies are beautiful." By the way, when Mariah was in labor, Nick drove her to the hospital in their Rolls-Royce Phantom. Stars! Nothing like us. [Daily Mail]

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Jason Sudeikis was asked if he had any comment on the news that January Jones is pregnant. He replied, quite eloquently: "I'd rather — yes, but no." Then he was asked if he was surprised to find out she is pregnant. Quoth he: "No, I… No, I didn't have anything [else to say]." [ONTD]

  • Donald Trump canceled an appearance on David Letterman's show because Letterman accused Trump of being racist. "There is nobody who is less of a racist than Donald Trump," says Donald Trump. Erroneously. [E!]
  • Lily Allen's father Keith Allen produced and directed a conspiracy theory-laden film about Princess Diana's death that has been banned in the UK. It will, however, debut at the Cannes Film Festival. [TMZ]
  • Beyoncé and Jay-Z attended a graduation at Salem International University in Salem, WV — where Jay's nephew was being graduated. [TMZ]
  • Sean Penn and Scarlett Johansson couldn't keep their hands off of each other at the White House Correspondents Dinner. One report claims after she sat in his lap, they "disappeared for an hour," and when they came back, Sean's tie was askew. They were seen leaving hand in hand, with her wearing his jacket over her dress. [Page Six, Daily Mail]
  • Badass O.G. Tom Brokaw has been awarded the Charles Osgood Lifetime Achievement Award in Broadcast Journalism. [NYDN]
  • The thought of Anderson Cooper hanging out with his boys — eating hot dogs and drinking Frrrozen Hot Chocolate, sitting at the table were he sat with his mom as a kid — fills my tiny gin-soaked heart with glee. [Page Six]
  • Hayden Panattiere's music video: Awkward. [Just Jared]
  • Love triangle alert: The floppy blonde-haired kid from Glee and some 33-year-old actor/producer are both into Emma Roberts. [Gatecrasher]
  • Rod Stewart is looking forward to being a grandfather to the spawn of his daughter Kimberly Stewart and Benicio Del Toro. BTW, Rod has eight children, the youngest of whom was born in February. [Contact Music]
  • Jaden Smith is 12 years old and has already earned more than $3 million. Your babysitting job pay that well? [TMZ]
  • Jordin Sparks lost weight, so she did that thing celebs do where they suck it in and make a duck face and pose in the mirror wearing very little clothing. Jordan is wearing a bikini. She looks good. [Ocean Up]
  • Your Monday becomes more awesome with a Clint Eastwood photobomb. [ONTD]
  • Ring bells and rejoice across the land: Charlie Sheen is officially divorced. He is single and ready to mingle! But the first round of drinks is gonna be on you: Chuckles is paying Brooke Mueller $55,000 a month in child support. [TMZ]
  • Charlie Sheen and Snoop Dogg are collaborating on a song. The producer explains: "It's not really a deep 'This Is The End' by The Doors-type of track. It's a fun, hip hop dance track… It's not necessarily about Charlie. Its about winning, in life and in general. In fact it's called 'Winning.' There's no other word to use." [Radar Online]
  • Lorenzo Lamas is off the market, ladies. This is his fifth wife. [OMG!]
  • A hell of a lot of people went to see Fast Five this weekend. Whoa. [CBS News]
  • "I love America. I love Detroit, and I love black people." — Kid Rock, upon receiving his NAACP award. Some black people protested the decision to honor the musician, since he often has the Confederate flag on stage at his performances. [AP]
  • "The truth is, there's rarely been a role in any movie where I haven't had to have facial hair as I have a bit of a baby face. Every time I turn up on set the director says, 'I think a four-day growth would be good!' And every photo shoot I go on I get a call beforehand saying don't shave because I don't look cool enough apparently. It's an occupational hazard." — Hugh Jackman. [Contact Music]

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