Kate Hudson spent ten days with A-Rod in Dallas following the Yankee game against the Rangers. Jennifer Aniston shot scenes for The Baster in front of Eighth Avenue’s Pasita, which happens to be owned by Nancy Balbirer, her ex-roommate, whose memoir Take Your Shirt Off and Cry contains a thinly veiled Aniston character. American Express is suing Courtney Love, claiming she owes over $350,000 on her gold card. Nicole Kidman might be pregnant again, and Ellen Pompeo keeps getting fatter. But despite previous rumors, Tom Brady and Gisele are not expecting. Eminem is addicted to the kiddie show Hey Arnold!
After running into bad weather and burning his arm backstage, Chris Martin lost his voice, forcing him to cancel Coldplay’s show in Saratoga Springs. Beyoncé rocked a massive gold-studded bow on her booty for her concert in Budapest. She can also do ten push-ups at a time. Madonna is paying for her dancers to stay at the Bryant Park Hotel while they prep for her Sticky and Sweet Tour in London.
Recession be damned: Keith McNally is dressing all Balthazar and Pravda waiters in $1,200 suits. Cameron Diaz strolled through Soho yesterday. Stars of the latest U.K.-imported reality show, I’m a Celebrity … Get Me Out of Here! (which includes “celebrities” like Heidi Montag, Spencer Pratt, Janice Dickinson, former American Idol contestant Sanjaya Malakar, and former NBA player John Salley) are not allowed to have sex, though nudity on set is “generally not a problem.” And Spencer Pratt “fell in love” with pot at 15.
American Idol runner-up Adam Lambert is said to be coming out of the closet on the cover of the next Rolling Stone. Candy Spelling still blames Tori for Aaron Spelling’s death. Hamptonite, the latest in a slew of Hamptons-social-scene magazines, claims that Social Life magazine tried to sabotage its launch by throwing away copies of the magazine and replacing them with their own publication. Social Life’s editor, Devorah Rose, says she was too busy being social to do it.