Giuliani Not the Only GOPer Who Knows His Campaign Faces Problems

Some Republicans think his business and the press will keep Rudy Giuliani from running for president. Robin Williams made friends with a bunch of former enemies in the New York Film Critics Circle. Ron Perelman brought rabbis over to bless a plot of land he purchased on the secluded Harbour Island in the Bahamas; locals, having never seen a rabbi, thought they were terrorists. Dita Von Teese left Marilyn Manson because he was partying too heartily with Lindsay Lohan, Angelina Jolie, and Evan Rachel Wood. Word association with Forbes publisher Steve Forbes: Nancy Pelosi: "Trouble." Hillary Clinton: "Future Trouble." Speaking of Pelosi, daughter Alexandra's latest documentary features a telling interview with outed pastor Ted Haggard. Claire Danes's new boyfriend, Hugh Dancy, seems to be more interested in boys than in poor Claire. Simon Cowell prefers Kelly Clarkson to Bob Dylan. Britney Spears went out drinking, shacked up with model Isaac Cohen at the W Hotel on Monday. Bill Nighy prefers his matzo-ball soup without matzo balls. Coke-loving, hooker-loving Pat O'Brien is out at The Insider. Amy Sedaris was listening to "Desperado" when she lost her virginity; an 11-year-old Tracy Morgan had "Superfreak." The guy behind the N.J. sale of Whitney Houston memorabilia may not actually own all the stuff he's selling. Paris Hilton pleaded innocent to her DUI charge from September. Katie Couric is having a 50th-birthday party at Tiffany this weekend. Crosstown goalie rivals Henrik Lundqvist and Marty Brodeur avoided each other at Tao. PETA claims that the makers of POM pomegranate juice fund experiments in which the arteries of male bunnies are severed so that researchers can study the effect of the juice on male impotence.