Some paparazzo shot video of Lindsay Lohan and a friend buying a small bag of something on the street. Her rep explains the broad-daylight transaction thusly: See, the bag contained "crystals from a local shop in Venice." Sidewalk service from crystal vendors! New age! Quaint! [Page Six, x17 video]


Gloria Steinem on the Kardashians: "They're not empowering other women, but there's no point in blaming the people who take advantage of the system without changing the system. Imagine if this were a family of boys. If men were rewarded for the same things, they would be doing it too." [Gatecrasher]


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Jane Lynch was asked if her Glee character, Sue Sylvester, will run for political office: "Yes. She's going to run on the platform of, 'Let's get rid of the arts and cut all the entitlements.' She's basically running as Michele Bachmann, without the crazy 'I hate homosexuals' bit." [Page Six]


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Gwyneth Paltrow was asked to list the 12 things she can't live without, and one was the Antonio Lupi Baia tub in the middle of her bedroom: "Perfect for a relaxing wind-down and for bathing the kids." To be fair, it was Elle Decor doing the asking. [E, Elle Decor]


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LeAnn "Look At My Body" Rimes wants you to look at her body some more: She is now a model for Mikoh Swimwear. LOOK AT HER BODY. [Radar, Mikoh Swimwear]


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Nicki Minaj's "Super Bass" is now the highest-charting Hot 100 rap hit by a solo female artist (without the aid of a featured artist) since Missy Elliott's "Work It" reached No. 2 in 2002. Lauryn Hill's "Doo Wop" remains the only No. 1 rap hit by a solo woman, ever… So far. Nicki could do it. [Billboard]


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Today in People Are Jerks: Amy Winehouse's home has been robbed. The thieves took unreleased songs, lyric books and letters. [New York Post]


  • Every day something from the '90s comes back to haunt us, and today it's a project we can get behind: A new sitcom starring and co-written by Roseanne. Like Roseanne, it will involve an "optimistic blue-collar family living in hard times." Working title: Downwardly Mobile. Love it already. [The Hollywood Reporter, Deadline]
  • Jennifer Lopez and Marc Anthony were spotted sitting together in the backseat of a red convertible in the Hamptons, but it's not a reconciliation: He was just in town to see his kids. [Us Magazine, TMZ]
  • Hey girl, is Ryan Gosling gay? (Short answer: No.) [E!]
  • Kirstie Alley is writing a book about how 60 is the new 30. Which means 50 is the new 20 and 40 is the new 10, so if you're actually in your 30s you should be playing with a Barbie Dreamhouse. [Page Six]
  • Lifetime has greenlit The Client List, a series starring and produced by Jennifer Love Hewitt, in which she plays Texas housewife who takes a job at a "day spa" that's more of a brothel. [Deadline Hollywood]
  • Hilary Duff is modeling workout gear for Danskin now. [Us Magazine]
  • By the by, Hilary Duff is not dead. [ONTD]
  • At the link, a skit in which Jessica Alba takes Jimmy Kimmel to a birthing class. [NYDN]
  • Ava Sambora, daughter of Richie Sambora and Heather Locklear, is a 13-year-old model who just landed a film role. [E!]
  • Congrats to Sam from True Blood, who now has twin sons. Double trouble! [Life & Style]
  • "Big hands, big feet, big disappointment." — Camille Grammer hints that ex-husband Kelsey's penis was unsatisfactory. [Us Magazine]
  • "I've calmed down already. I don't hook up anymore. I'll always be this crazy, fun person, but when it's time to get married, I'm going to be an amazing wife. Jionni is a great guy so I'm so down for making Guido babies with him." — Snooki, who now has electric blue contact lenses and purple hair extensions. [Us Magazine, Us Magazine]