Someone Thinks Carrie Prejean Should Run for Office

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Even she knows this is a bad idea. Photo: Getty Images

Lady Gaga looks shockingly un-crazy dancing in a simple white dress in Beyoncé's "Video Phone" music video, shot in Greenpoint. Rapper T.I. is set to wed his longtime girlfriend, depending on when he gets out of jail. The CW is planning to broadcast unaired episodes of The Beautiful Life, but this is only according to the show's Facebook page. Regardless, Mischa Barton spent the weekend celebrating on the eighteenth floor of the Standard. GQ crowned Clint Eastwood its Man of the Year, who commented on the state of our nation: "Everybody's so screwed up. It seems like our country's in kind of a morbid mood, because of the recession or whatever … The guys who won World War II and that whole generation have disappeared, and now we have a bunch of teenage twits." And Nicole Kidman explains why she snagged a starring role in Nine: "[I had] big boobs because I was breastfeeding; I was perfect for it … I wouldn't get cast now." Congressman Jason Chaffetz (Republican of Utah) thinks Carrie Prejean should run for office, and we wonder if he's seen all eight of her sex tapes.

The Breakfast Club's Anthony Michael Hall has been ordered to stay away from his relationship-columnist girlfriend, who obtained a restraining order against him after he stalked and attacked her. But he could have just been practicing for his upcoming role as a "campus bully" in NBC's Community. A newly brunette Robin Wright did just fine without Sean Penn at the Private Lives of Pippa Lee premiere, schmoozing at the Breslin with Penélope Cruz, Marion Cotillard, Daniel Day-Lewis, and Billy Crudup. At the opening of Gap's new concept store in Soho, a paparazzo kept referring to Becki Newton as Kelly Ripa, so Newton just went with it and did her best Ripa impersonation. Meanwhile, Emmy Rossum was left in the cold when she went to leave the party and her driver had left to get a sandwich. And when a young woman told a publicist she wanted her boyfriend to buy her a Wii at Nintendo's party the other night, Kelly Rutherford interjected, "Buy it yourself! It's cheaper than a divorce."

Levi Johnston tried to go incognito after the debut of his non-full-frontal Playgirl shoot, so he sported an "Alaska" sweatshirt and shades. Aaron Carter owes over a million dollars in back taxes, which is probably why he cried like a baby when he got kicked off of Dancing with the Stars last week. Adam Lambert wants more tattoos, but he doesn't know what they should be. Spencer Pratt tweet-dissed Al Roker after his and Heidi's interview was cut from the Today show. Fergie partied with Black Eyed Pea Taboo at Juliet to promote the launch of his new sneaker collection. Kristen Wiig hung out at Ainsworth on Saturday, and Tyson Beckford drank with friends at Tenjune on Sunday. Jessica Biel doesn't care about Twilight or Robert Pattinson.