While John Mayer was out with his friends at the LA club MyHouse, he spent the night keeping busy by asking as many women as possible to cover him in red lipstick kisses. Why? He wanted the paparazzi to take pictures of him covered in lipstick marks as he left the club to leave their tongues wagging and twittered about the plan as it unfolded.
Attention sad spinsters: There is a new luckiest woman alive. According to some extremely disreputable sources, George Clooney has asked his new ladyfriend to move into his Los Angeles home. The latest lottery winner is 23-year-old Miami resident Lucy Wolvert, whom George met when he was filming Jason Reitman's Up in the Air.
Confusion reigns supreme in the world of Brangelina gossip today: supposedly, they're sleeping in separate homes while also planning a summer wedding in New Orleans! So say two separate reports by The Daily Mail and The Daily Mirror respectively.
Goldie Hawn is a little bit worried Kate Hudson's relationship with Alex Rodriguez. Though the star is not married to her life partner and Overboard co-star Kurt Russell, it's been said that she is nervous that Kate goes head over heals into relationships and winds up hurt on the other side. We just wish that something could have worked out with Owen Wilson. He's fantastic.
First speculated as a suicide, Bangkok police are now trying to determine if Carradine may have accidentally suffocated from engaging in an autoerotic sex act—the cutting off of oxygen to the lungs to enhance sexual pleasure. As the investigation continues, a tale of a man with rather dangerous sexual fetishes emerges courtesy of two of his ex-wives.
Thee end is just around the corner for Jon and Kate Gosselin. Page Six is reporting that Jon and Kate are already talking to lawyers. In fact, the interview that Jon recently gave to People magazine to get his side of the story out there was apparently conducted from the offices of a high-powered divorce attorney in Manhattan. While the couple sorts out the details of what this will mean for them and the future of their eight kids, they're already living separate lives. Jon is at their home in Wernersville, Pa with their twin daughters while Kate is with the sextuplets in North Carolina.
It sounded like Heidi and Spencer were just being messed with in the 'Lost Chamber' on I'm A Celebrity Get Me Out of Here and in no real danger while awaiting to see if they could return to the show. But now reports are coming out that the duo really were in hell. Spencer's sister and fellow The Hills co-star Stephanie Pratt said that Heidi was rushed to a Costa Rica hospital because of a stomach infection. "She was throwing up 30 times with nothing in her stomach," she told E!. "She was really sick. She thought she was dying . . . I know they pulled such shitty antics but being treated like criminals or terrorists? It's insane!" Stephanie also says that producers were dropping spiders the size of Heidi's hands in on her through the pitch darkness.
So, what’s going on with Chace Crawford's love life? According to the National Enquirer, now that Ed Westwick (Chace’s best friend in real life and on the show) has settled down with Jessica Szhor, they haven’t been hanging out as much as they used to. Sources say that Chace was feeling a little lonely so, Ed and Jessica took it upon themselves to set Chace up with Sports Illustrated swimsuit model Esti Ginsburg. Talk about good friends!
It's been nothing but drama for Spencer Pratt and Heidi Montag ever since they joined the cast of I'm A Celebrity, Get Me Out Of Here. They left the show after feeling that they were the only real "celebrities" on the show and some confusion on Heidi's part about why there was no time set aside for working on her tan. Well, they decided it was probably best for their image to return to the show yet the rest of the cast needs to vote on their return. Ready for this? While the couple awaits their fate, they spent the night in the 'Lost Chamber.' While in the pitch black cave, they were tormented by the sound of an acorn being dragged by a fishing pole along the floor and the feel of wind being blown on their backs by a small tube. Paul Telegdy, NBC's executive vice president of alternative programming, said, "When we cut the lights we have them on infared cameras and all we can say is you see two sets of very terrified eyes, blinking, google-eyed, terror struck!" He went on to say that they were praying vigorously.