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Scarlett Buys A Farm; Gaga's Lupus Test "Borderline Positive"

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  • Is Scarlett Johansson ditching the Hollywood life for something earthier?

ScarJo and Ryan Reynolds have purchased a small brick farmhouse with a rusty-roofed barn in Louisiana. Charming pix at the link! [Daily Mail]

  • Jillian Michaels says that when a magazine claimed she said that she didn't want to get pregnant because it would ruin her body, she was misquoted. She says that hormonal and health issues might mean that she "can't physically handle" bearing children of her own and she's thought about adopting. "She said she was especially devastated by the criticism because she has spent a career telling women that they should resist media images of beauty and fight to become the healthiest, fittest person they can be." "I was just crushed," she says. "They didn't even give me the benefit of the doubt and say, 'Hey, that doesn't sound like Jillian, what was the context?'" [LA Times]
  • Unsolicited Uterus Update: 42-year-old Céline Dion finds her pregnancy journey "physically and emotionally exhausting." "I feel like I've been pregnant more than a year." She is following her doctor's orders carefully: "If you tell me I have to stay in bed, I will stay in bed until November, when the babies are born. To bring them into the world, there's nothing more important than that. It's incredible." Uh, she also says: "There are no accomplishments bigger than [being a mom]. The trophies and the money, that doesn't give meaning to life and that doesn't give you true happiness. A baby – yes." [People]
  • At the link, there's a video of Lady Gaga talking to Larry King, in which she says she has "tested borderline positive" for Lupus, but as of right now, she shows no signs of the disease. She also tells Larry that Michael Jackson had asked her to open for him during the This Is It tour. (In an additional clip, Gaga speaks about Don't Ask Don't Tell.) [ONTD]
  • Lady Gaga's video for "Alejandro" will debut online on June 7. [Perez]
  • A SCRAM anklet keeps Lindsay Lohan from drinking booze, so she has been "living" on eight cans a Red Bull a day, Coca-Cola and cigarettes. [Page Six]
  • There's a sex tape supposedly being released in the next day or so, in which a "top" hip hop star is getting it on with another man. [ONTD via MediaTakeOut]
  • Britney Spears and her boyfriend had a fight in public, after which Britney stormed out. [Page Six]
  • Breaking: Jennifer Aniston's alarm system talks. [TMZ]
  • Ted Koppel's 40-year-old son, Andrew, has been found dead after a night of heavy drinking. Andrew was Ted's only son. [NYDN]
  • Will Reese Witherspoon star in Paul Thomas Anderson's film about Scientology? [ONTD]
  • Heidi Montag has left Spencer Pratt and moved in with friend Jen Bunney, but Bunney says these developments are for a reality show! "The show will depict who we really are, without the producers trying to create situations. We want it to be, different from The Hills." The thing is, MTV is not involved with this mysterious series. Which network is? Where will the show air? Good questions. [Us Magazine]
  • Heidi Montag announced on Twitter, "This is going to be the best summer of my life!!!" [NYDN]
  • The Heidi Montag/Spencer Pratt breakup is real, says Heidi's rep. [Us Magazine]
  • Now Spencer Pratt has moved out of his house? [Radar Online]
  • The pastor who married Heidi and Spencer says: "I hope they get some counseling and talk about their life together before they decide to separate. I believe they can get through these problems and enjoy a long, wonderful marriage." Dude, have you been paying attention? [Radar Online]
  • Shocker: Someone on the Jersey Shore cast is into cocaine. [Radar Online]
  • Cameron Diaz and A-Rod were hanging out in NYC this weekend. [Page Six]
  • Behold: Eminem using not an iPad, or iPod, or mp3 device — but a portable CD player. [ONTD]
  • Ricky Martin will make his first public appearance since announcing that he's gay out at the AmFAR Black Tie gala tomorrow. Also attending: Cyndi Lauper and Kylie Minogue. [Page Six]
  • So you know how Sarah Ferguson was caught selling access to her husband for $724.000? She now says she'd been drinking and was "in the gutter at that moment." Blame it on the a-a-a-a-a-alcohol? [Access Hollywood]
  • Our nation faces a tragic shortage of famous drunks and drug addicts willing to be Celebrity Rehab. [TMZ]
  • Details from Michael Jackson's will have been revealed; the children will definitely have enough money. [Us Magazine]
  • Thank Zeus Russell Brand is one of those rich people who actually knows he is rich! Seriously, this is refreshing: "Given that Katy and I both have good jobs, we don't want any [wedding] presents… It would be a massive indulgence." [People]
  • Bret Michaels is on tour, but he is "tired a lot." [Radar Online]
  • Dakota Fanning went to her prom with a group of friends, and says: "I think you put more effort into getting ready before than actually you spend at the place. But it was so much fun." [People]
  • Ladies love Puck from Glee. [Page Six]
  • Conan O'Brien's tour is a "funny, good-natured onstage therapy session." [NYDN]
  • Shirley Manson: Secretly married??? [Perez]
  • Garcelle Beauvais-Nilon has filed for divorce from husband Michael Nilon. [TMZ]
  • Real Housewives' Alex McCord found a diamond ring in her dessert as she celebrated her 10-year anniversary with husband Simon. [Page Six]
  • Daniel Radcliffe thinks Spider-Man is the coolest superhero. [The Sun]
  • Forty-one year-old Naveen Andrews of Lost and sixty-two year-old Barbara Hershey actually split six months ago, even though the news is coming out now. [People]
  • Kylie Minogue and the hot hottie she's involved with are having relationship issues and are "on the rocks." [Daily Mail]
  • Marley Shelton — the actress who's been in The Sandlot, Grindhouse and Sin City — has been charged with two counts of DUI. [TMZ]
  • Belinda Carlisle of the GoGos wanted organizers of the Lilith Fair to move the Arizona concert date to another state "in protest of the new immigration law." So now the Arizona show? Canceled. [La Figa]
  • Survivor producer Bruce Beresford-Redman has officially been charged with the murder of his wife. [Eztra]
  • Riley Keough will star in a teen lesbian werewolf flick called Jack and Diane. [ONTD]
  • Antony Bourdain calls GQ food writer Alan Richman a douchebag in his new book. And: "a vulgar term for female anatomy." [NYDN]
  • Q: What is the key to building success after Idol? Clay Aiken: "I think everyone would love to have the answer to that! If I knew I would have bottled it. I think diversifying helps a little bit but remaining true to yourself also helps. There have been times in the past seven years when people have tried to get me to dress extra cool for example but you just can't try to be someone you are not. I feel like I am somewhat intelligent when it comes to making decisions about branching into this or that area but a lot of it has to do with luck and having good people work with you." [Reuters]
  • "My closest friends were Jack Lemmon, Burt Lancaster, Cary Grant and Frank Sinatra. Cary Grant was the epitome of a guy. By watching them, I saw how people did things. I didn't have the polish they had, the social graces and that was detrimental to me . I'd watch these guys pouring coffee and picking up girls, lighting cigarettes. How did they do it without looking at the cigarette?" — Tony Curtis, who, by the way, was born "Bernie Schwartz." [Daily Express]
  • "The first time I met Snoop, it was a bit like Lost. The door opens, and in comes the Smoke Monster." — Katy Perry. [Page Six]
  • "Bruce literally took it off his body and handed it to me, so after that it went from his hands to the display case." — Mariska Hargitay won Bruce Springsteen's autographed guitar when she bid $50,000 at a charity auction. [NYDN]
  • "No fountain of youth… I guess it's just exercise, healthy diet, lots of water, lots of laughter, lots of sex – yes, sex, we need that as human beings. It's healthy it's natural, it's what we are here to do! I'm 37, I don't need to go out and party anymore. Those years are over for me. There are nights, sure, when you order more bottles of wine than you realize and then the bill comes and you go whoa! But I don't like waking up feeling gross. I don't like to lose my day." — Cameron Diaz, on how she stays in shape, to Vogue UK. [The Life Files]
  • "I have all these unresolved issues, and this show just kicks it all up. I'm like, 'I gotta go back into therapy after this.' I don't think I have cried so much in my entire life. You'll see it. Every week I am just hysterical, crying." — Jillian Michaels, whose new show, Losing It with Jillian — in which she gives families life-makeovers — debuts tonight. [LA Times]
  • "Bionic to me is the definition of the superhuman abilities we as women have in everyday life. I've grown and changed, and I've learned so much. I've never felt more confident, more secure, more sexy in my life than I do now." — Christina Aguilera. [Reuters]
  • "There's this misconception that she's a Middle America kind of person. But she's a little hipster. You go back to her house and sit by the fire with some wine, and what's playing over the sound system? The Knife and Arthur Russell. She doesn't listen to pop music." — Sia, on Christina Aguilera. [Reuters]
  • "It was the best thing I've been offered this year. I did a scene with Elmo and a couple of the other characters. The word of the day was 'investigation.' We did a scene with a couple of talking carrots and shit. It was genius!" — Colin Farrell on his guest stint on Sesame Street. [NY Post]
  • "I think the controversy was more for me. I had been out with everyone I have worked with for years. But there is a fascination with this and you can't live your life without people asking you questions so when my son was born I thought I would just knock all this out at one time. I didn't want to have him deal with anything hidden or lies. I don't know I am happy that I did it. I am happy it is over but I am sad it has to be done. No one has to come out to say they are straight." — Clay Aiken. [Reuters]
  • "I have always believed love conquers all-yesterday I got to see it in action. In the last week over 30,000 of you added your name to mine calling for the release of Steven Monjeza and Tiwonge Chimbalangal — the Malawi couple sentenced to 14 years hard labor for the ‘crime' of homosexuality. With incredible joy, I am writing to share with you that Malawi President Bingu wa Mutharika has ordered their release [on humanitarian grounds]." — Madonna. [JustJared]