There's Plenty of Bill to Go Around, Boys

Former DNC chair Terry McAuliffe says he once had a fight with Harvey Weinstein over Bill Clinton; Weinstein denies it. Madonna didn't fire back at Angelina Jolie over her adoption comments, but she did defend Rosie O'Donnell. Speaking of which: Rosie and Howard Stern used to be enemies but are now friends. Macy Gray was almost arrested in Barbados for cursing on stage. Lindsay Lohan's mom is not exactly the best role model for Lindsay. New York Giant LaVar Arrington, on the other hand, is a good role model. An aide of City Council Speaker Christine Quinn senses some vulnerability in Assemblyman Andrew Hevesi's hold on his seat, and may run for it. Dolce and Gabanna have a pictorial spread in W that some say is a cheap knockoff of a spread Tom Ford had in the same magazine. Disgraced former Miss Nevada might bare all (or, at least, more than you've seen) for Playboy. Stephen Dorff uses text messaging to try to pick up Australian model Miranda Kerr. The son of John Phillips and brother of Bijou Phillips wants to be famous. Sharon Stone's Basic Instinct 2 was proclaimed the "Worst-Reviewed Movie of the Year" by Rotten Tomatoes. George Takei is too old to run marathons anymore. Rev. Ted Haggard's former male prostitute, Mike Jones, is writing a book. Liz Smith enjoyed Rupert Everett's autobiography.