The "medical issue" for which the LAPD removed Mischa Barton from her home on Wednesday has landed
Dan Rather and Eliot Spitzer dined at '21' while Lloyd Blankfein celebrated Goldman's earnings with State Assembly Speaker Sheldon Silver at Prime Grill. Hearst is "quietly shopping around for candidates" to replace Pamela Fiori at Town & Country. Orlando Bloom's house was robbed of $500,000 worth of cash, jewelry, and a rare $250,000 Rolex watch. Madonna cried when the rigging collapsed on her stadium stage in Marseille, France, killing two of her stagehands. Apparently Michael Jackson's body was not in the coffin at his funeral. Brüno has been banned from the Ukraine, with the Culture Ministry claiming that the film would "damage the morality of Ukranian citizens."
Zac Efron is channeling Aquaman in preparation for his upcoming movie, The Death and Life of Charlie St. Cloud. Bethenny Frankel's reported solo Bravo show, Skinny & the City, might have some trouble getting past skinnyandthecity.com founder Tanya Zuckerbrot, who's in talks with corporate attorneys over Frankel's brand theft. Meanwhile, an insider says that no deals have been signed between Frankel and Bravo. Kevin Connolly partied at the Gramercy Park Hotel. Jessica Alba grabbed drinks at Schiller's with DJ Logic. Jon Gosselin's 22-year-old girlfriend (the daughter of the plastic surgeon who performed Kate's free tummy tuck) is bisexual. Serena Williams and hip-hopper Common were canoodling in Central Park when a pedicab driver and wannabe French rapper tried to slip Common his CD. And Jennifer Aniston bought $1,000 worth of lingerie at Only Hearts on Mott Street. Maybe she and Gerard Butler really are getting it on.