Gwyneth Paltrow may have gone to Mount Sinai Medical Center on Monday to deal with pregnancy complications. Pink is teaming up with PETA to help stop horse-drawn carriage rides in Central Park. Billionaire Band-Aid heiress Libet Johnson refused to let her husband, weight-loss guru Dr. Lionel Bissoon, see their adopted child after they broke up. WD-50 chef Wylie Dufresne had BBQ and finger food at his wedding to former magazine editor Maile Carpenter this past weekend. Maroon Five guitarist James Valentine wrote about how much harder he used to party on his MySpace page. 5WPR founder Ronn Torossian has really low standards for the cases he'll agree to take on. Ed Burns claims that critics in New York hate his films because he didn't go to an Ivy League school and his dad's a cop.
A writer for Jaime Lynn Spears's TV show claims that Spears is a "shy girl" and that no one is sure who the actual father of her baby is. Britney Spears and her paparazzo boyfriend made "weird noises" together for 45 minutes in a Betsey Johnson dressing room in L.A. Hillary Clinton wants to have a contest to figure out what Bill Clinton should be referred to in the event she wins the presidency. (She's so far suggested "First Mate" and "First Laddie.") Amy Winehouse won't be able to perform at the Grammys because she can't get a visa (if the show goes on, that is). Stavros Niarchos started sending Victoria's Secret model Izabel Goulart flowers and text messages after he met her in a nightclub in Florianópolis, despite the fact that she has a boyfriend. Dr. Phil is having a hard time booking celebs for his 1,000th episode because of the way he handled the Spears intervention. David Spade may have knocked up a Playboy model. Stephen Marley, son of Bob, is recording his next album at his father's house in Jamaica. Justin Timberlake may be hooking up with Kate Hudson now that Jessica Biel is out of town. George Clooney's rep as a prankster dates to when he was on Roseanne, when he gave Richard Kind a painting he'd found in a Dumpster and told him it was from an up-and-coming artist. Melissa Rivers was extremely aggressive in her attempts to procure swag for the booths set up for the canceled Golden Globes.