This is truly a sad day for that relative who forwards you awful anti-Obama emails. Sarah Palin's Alaska will not be returning for another season on TLC, and both that network and A&E Networks have passed on her latest pitch: A reality show about Todd Palin's career as a championship snowmobile racer. Sarah Palin and producer Mark Burnett are asking about $1 million per episode, and can't believe that America isn't interested in a show that's just like Ice Road Truckers, but with much smaller vehicles, more forced folksiness, and no real point. But don't worry about Sarah Palin, because she has plenty of other reality show ideas. Like how about a show about Willow's attempt to set a new bass fishing record, or Piper's newfound passion for scrapbooking? [Hollywood Reporter]

Robert Powell, the ex-boyfriend of Mariah Yeater, a.k.a. the chick who accused Justin Bieber of fathering her child, says she made up the whole thing so she could sell her story for $50,000. In a "jailhouse interview," Powell, the baby's real father, says, "We were both homeless and living in Oceanside [California] and Mariah was trying to make some quick money." He adds that Yeater has never even been to a Justin Bieber concert and, "She just picked him, because she thought he was famous and all and thought she could get a lot of money by telling the magazine Justin was the father. She just saw him as an opportunity to make a lot of money." This is truly a shocking development since Star is the tabloid of record. [Rumor Fix]


The Duggars will hold a memorial service on Wednesday for the girl Michelle miscarried, who they've named Jubilee Shalom. Jim Bob Duggar said, "We won't be able to see this child's life and the phases that we've seen for our other children, but we know we will see this child in heaven one day. We are thankful for each child, and we are blessed to have the children we have here and the ones we will meet someday in heaven." Michelle was hospitalized last night after she started to feel lightheaded, but she's expected to be released today. [People]


Playboy released one more non-nude shot from Lindsay Lohan's pictorial, and the airbrushing on her underarm is so nuts I honestly thought it was a shot of her back for a second until I realized human heads don't twist that far. [Radar]

  • Britney Spears consults OK! magazine in an airport, a.k.a. the celebrity version of taking a pregnancy test. [TMZ]
  • E! cameras will follow Khloe Kardashian and Lamar Odom when he goes to play for the Mavericks, so Dallas should prepare to be taken by Khloe and some other Kardashian sister. [TMZ]
  • Paprazzi captured the sideline awkwardness that occured when LeAnn Rimes and Brandi Glanville went to Brandi's kid's soccer game. [TMZ]
  • After joking that she's getting her son Louie nothing for Christmas to keep his expectations low, Sandra Bullock said, "I want the photo ops to be really great because he's not going to remember it, but he'll remember it by the photos and when he's 16 and says, 'I hate you - you're a horrible mother ... I'll go, 'Do you see this Christmas? Do you see that I got you that life-size lion? Shut up! Get in your room and do your homework. I was a good mother then.'" [Us]
  • Rashida Jones isn't necessarily looking to get married. "I totally believe in romance and love and all that," Jones says. "But the actual institution of marriage – in this country, more than half the people get divorced. So, something's not working ... I'm not staying it doesn't work for everybody. I love going to weddings. And I totally support my friends that are married. I just don't know if it works altogether across the board. That's what I'm saying." [People]
  • Jessica Simpson pregnancy update of the day: "I felt [the baby] move the other day for the first time and I had big crocodile tears. It was the coolest thing ever. It did a flip or something. I was like, ‘There it went. It's there, it's really there.'" [People]