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Mischa's A Mess On SVU Set; James Franco & Agyness Deyn Hit It Off

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  • Mischa Barton has been filming a guest spot as a hooker on Law & Order: SVU, and a source says her one scene took 10 hours.

"She only had seven lines, seven!" The source complains. "Each time she would mess up she would forget her lines and Mariska kept prompting her and saying 'it's your line Mischa.'" Mischa did feel bad every time she messed, up, though, saying, "Sorry" every time she flubbed a line. [Radar Online]

  • Even though the Pine Grove Behavioral Health center erected (heh?) fences to protect celebrity patient Tiger Woods from paparazzi, the National Enquirer has a shot, which you can see at the link if you care to. He's wearing a hoodie AND a baseball cap. [Radar Online]
  • In a two-hour special on Larry King Live, celebs like Jennifer Lopez, Paula Abdul, John Mayer, Scarlett Johansson, Ryan Seacrest, Nicole Richie and Joel Madden helped raise $9 million for Haitian relief efforts. Jared Leto and Ryan Seacrest got into a bidding war over Larry King's suspenders! [Us Magazine]
  • Conan O'Brien's severance deal is basically done, but still undecided is how long Conan is barred from saying bad things about NBC. [TMZ]
  • This critic says don't assume Conan will be on Fox. [NY Post]
  • Amy Winehouse was in front of a judge this morning and pleaded guilty to drunkenly assaulting a theater manager at a Christmas show. She has to pay the victim 185 pounds ($300) and has a "conditional discharge," which means that she can avoid further punishment if she stays out of trouble for two years. A challenge! [AP]
  • Julia Roberts is on vacation in Paris with husband Danny Moder, and when she went into a boutique, someone shouted, "Pretty Woman is here!" [People]
  • A 12-year-old neighbor says that Debra Danielson, mother of Teen Mom's Farrah, is "kind of mean"and "If you come near her house she'll yell at you." Danielson was arrested Saturday for attacking her daughter. [Radar Online]
  • Snooki is opening up about her eating disorder; she says: "In high school, I really wouldn't eat. I would only have lunch, and I would only have salads. It got so crazy that I would only eat a cracker or a cucumber a day and I would feel full. I would go into the nurses office every day and I would weigh myself. When she [the school nurse] realized that I hit 80 pounds, she was like, 'This isn't good.'" [Us Magazine]
  • Shocker: Snooki, Pauly D and Vinny partied in NYC Monday night and almost got into a fight. [Gatecrasher]
  • Larry Rudolph, Britney Spears' manager, has decided to represent Jersey Shore's Pauly D. Will Brit be beating up the beat before we know it? [Page Six]
  • The Jersey Shore finale airs this week, but MTV has already decided there will be a reunion special and a "prequel," which is just casting videos. There might be either a spinoff or second season, but that's not confirmed. [NY Post]
  • James Franco and Agyness Deyn: New BFFs? [Page Six]
  • Kate Hudson had brunch with her friends over the weekend and showed off friends pictures of her new man on her Blackberry. He's a photographer, and she is "giddy." [E!]
  • "If it were up to Fox, they would have played a game of Simon Says with Simon Cowell, and the American Idol judge would have stayed in place beyond this season, according to sources." Not surprising in the least! [MSNBC Scoop]
  • "Real" "housewife" Kelly Bensimon will be on the cover of the March issue of Playboy — and she'll have a six-page nude shoot inside. The photographer? Ex-husband Gilles Bensimon, who was the creative director of Elle magazine and is well-respected in the fashion industry (portfolio here). Expect the images to be flawless and classy. Kelly says: "I'm thrilled to be on the cover and show what sexy looks like at 41." [Us Magazine, Page Six]
  • Ivana Trump in her underwear. [NY Post]
  • At the link, pictures of 11-year-old Christian Bale having a meltdown. He was acting. On a TV show. [Daily Mail]
  • Michael Jackson's kids spent Christmas with their nanny, Grace Rwaramba, which means they got to have presents and treats — their grandmother, Katherine, is a Jehovah's Witness and doesn't do Christmas. [The Sun]
  • BREAKING: Little Britain star David Walliams and Dutch supermodel Lara Stone: Engaged. [Mirror]
  • Jay-Z may be in an Empire State of mind, but he's going to headline the Coachella music festival. [NY Post]
  • Neil Patrick Harris is doing the voice of Dr. Blowhole, a devious dolphin in Nickelodeon's The Penguins Of Madagascar. [NY Daily News]
  • Ryan Cabrera and Audrina Patridge: So totally on. [Gatecrasher]
  • "Exorcist star Linda Blair is smack in the middle of a deadly situation — after a neighbor gunned down a dog that escaped from Linda's animal shelter and attacked the neighbor's pet pig." [TMZ]
  • Ugh, I love Dennis Hopper, and all the news about him right now is just terrible. Today it's this: "As Dennis Hopper is dying from cancer, a family confidant tells the Huffington Post that his eldest daughter Marin is engineering a deathbed divorce and sending lies out to the media to try to bleed extra millions out of his sizable estate." [HuffPo]
  • Anna Kournikova's mother was arrested yesterday and charged with child neglect; her son (Anna's 5-year-old half-brother) was injured after allegedly being left home alone. [TMZ]
  • Yesterday we heard that Chris Pine and Olivia Munn had broken up; today we hear that they have not. They were recently seen holding hands and sharing a cup of mint tea. [Us Magazine]
  • Mark Webb, who directed (500) Days Of Summer, will direct the new Spider-Man flick, which is actually a really interesting choice. [LA Times]
  • A judge refused to dismiss the criminal case against Robert Halderman yesterday, meaning the David Letterman extortion case will go to trial. [Us Magazine]
  • Jeff Conaway, aka Kenickie or that guy from Celebrity Rehab With Dr. Drew, is having surgery after breaking his hip, neck and suffering a brain hemorrhage in a fall; his girlfriend says: "Jeff thinks these are his final days." [E!]
  • Jason Davis, brother of Brandon Davis and grandson of the late billionaire Marvin Davis, is planning to write a tell-all about growing up in the dysfunctional Davis dynasty with childhood friends like Paris Hilton, Nicole Richie, Casey Johnson, DJ AM and the Olsen twins. [Page Six]
  • RIP Kate McGarrigle, folk singer and mother of Rufus and Martha Wainwright. Here's video of Kate and Rufus on Martha. [Reuters]
  • "I have been attracted to some women. I am a sexual exhibitionist and part of me is a natural flirt. Although I have been attracted to women, I have never done anything with them." — Kylie Minogue. [The Sun]
  • Whatever doesn't kill you leaves you susceptible to a secondary infection." — David Duchovny in Details. [Page Six]
  • "I'm there for a while. I still have some time left on my contract. I don't necessarily feel ignored in the situation… I'm just happy to be part of this team." — Randy Jackson, on American Idol. [NY Post]
  • "So what? What's the big deal? People are ignorant when then talk about this, they don't understand that things like Botox, ear pinning and fat injections are not really plastic surgery procedures, but Dr. Ryan had to list them in the interest of disclosure. The reason I became a Supermodel was because of my genetics, I was lucky, I was born that way. To be a great beauty you need symmetry, and that was something that she, and Doctor Ryan, obviously thought she was lacking. Heidi is trying to muscle herself into branding herself, she's earning, like, 1.2 million a year on the Hills, she's looking to launch a range of shampoos and fragrances, she's branching out, and she wants to look her best. Heidi has bought into the microcosm that plastic is best. And she's going out of her way to improve all those things she thinks need improvement. Frank is an amazing surgeon. For anyone to accuse him of any wrongdoing just totally shows their ignorance. He is an amazing man and people don't know the half of what he does. He gives millions each year in pro-bono working on ghetto kids and is one of the most humble and conservative surgeons in Hollywood today… I think the surgery aged her actually. She looked younger without it, and she looked more attractive. But it's her choice. She can afford to look however she wants, and have whatever she wants done to her face and body. It's her choice. She could even get an Avatar tail grafted onto her if she chose to, it's nobody's business but hers." — Janice Dickinson, on Heidi Montag. [Radar Online]
  • "The first four episodes, we were considerably down because nobody knew when the show was on. Finally, we're starting to find our audience again. I hope we go back to where we belong. It was doing so well. Why mess with it?" — add Mariska Hargitay to the list of people pissed at NBC; Law & Order SUV was moved from 10pm Tuesdays to 9pm Wednesdays to acommodate Jay Leno. Hargitay says the change "ruined our numbers." [MSNBC Scoop via More Magazine]
  • "I'm a size 8, and I feel proud of that because it's healthy. I've never felt compelled to be a skinny actress." — Mariska Hargitay, to More. [Us Magazine]
  • "I spend my money on art-related things. I mean, if I'm spending it on myself at all, it's on my favorite artist." — James Franco. [Cindy Adams]
  • "I've noticed this year the level of luxury is already somewhat diminished, which I prefer actually. The luxury gets a bit excessive. It might be off-putting — I think it's off-putting. There isn't any money to buy advertising. So the weight then falls upon the shoulders of the creators of the project to, you know, be like the circus, and walk through town banging a drum, saying the circus is coming to town." — Helen Mirren on promoting films during the recession. [NY Times]
  • "It was a magical time. Could you imagine being a kid in such an exotic place? It was eye opening. It was a life-changing experience. [The people] have such a strong spirit and a wonderful culture and joy even in the midst of all the struggles they have gone through. If I thought that running down to Haiti tomorrow would be the best course of action, I would certainly do that. But the important thing right now is cash…This is going to be a long journey and a very long recovery process. This isn't something that is going to be fixed overnight." — Jared Leto and his family lived in Haiti when he was 12 years old and is fundraising for the relief effort. [E!]