Diane Sawyer interviewed Katie Holmes on Good Morning America yet neglected to ask her about the rumor that she was impregnated with L. Ron Hubbard's sperm. New York Giants Plaxico Burress, Antonio Pierce, and Ruben Droughns went to Home nightclub in Manhattan after flying back from Dallas and ordered $1,000 of Bacardi, vodka, and Champagne, but forgot to tip their waitress. Waiters at Brasserie 44 in the Royalton Hotel thought they discovered Frank Bruni's notebook, but it turned out to belong to someone else (and they slipped in some Bruni ass-kissing to boot!). Jil Scott picked up a male model at an Allure fashion shoot and took him to Nobu. Keith Olbermann's quote to Playboy that "Fox News is worse than Al-Qaeda" did not go over well with many of the magazine's readers.
Jenna Jameson said she'll no longer do porn on camera and will instead focus on her Web business. Paris Hilton hotboxed her room at the Peninsula in Beverly Hills to the point where hotel maids couldn't get the pot-smoke smell out of the linens and furniture. Jessica Simpson's dad may have tipped off the paparazzi that Jessica and Tony Romo were vacationing in Mexico. Victoria's Secret model Alessandra Ambrosio is pregnant with her first child. Russian mogul Roman Abramovich's second wife got $1 billion when the couple divorced but would have gotten much more had she pursued the case in British, not Russian court. Terrence Koh is catching heat in London for his art installation, which features plaster models of Mickey Mouse, E.T., and Jesus, among others, in a state of arousal. A minion working the Versace show in Milan accidentally kicked Tommy Fazio, the men's fashion director of Bergdorf Goodman, out of his seat to make way for Beyoncé's bodyguard. The $30,000 Dior ring French president Nicholas Sarkozy gave Carla Bruni is identical to the one he gave his first wife. Eighty-six-year-old actor Harry Dean Stanton still parties so much he often doesn't recognize Chloë Sevigny, despite the fact that he plays her father on Big Love. Former Fed chief Alan Greenspan and hedge-fund billionaire John Paulson both had halibut for lunch at Visconti at 58th Street. Liz Smith notes that most civilians didn't actually care that the Golden Globe awards were canceled.