Tiki Barber's wife filed for divorce a month earlier than expected. Proving that stars really aren't just like us, Amanda Peet looked well-rested and camera-ready eight days after giving birth. Gwyneth Paltrow put on a sexy ten pounds of muscle for her Iron Man 2 role, commenting, " My trainer, Tracy Anderson, basically, like, pummeled me into submission and made me do all kinds of crazy things." She also admitted that Moses and Apple "sometimes" have temper tantrums. Justin Bieber's mother was wiped out by a flock of fans in New Zealand. And turns out Larry King and his not-ex wife, Shawn Southwick, were well aware of one another's affairs. While he was sleeping with her sisters, she was sleeping with their son's baseball coach.
M.I.A. lashed out at Universal Music Group for pulling her latest video off of YouTube, but then tweet-pologized, "OK, NOT UMG FAULT!" when she found out it was actually YouTube who'd clipped the video owing to "gratuitous violence." Michael Lohan claims someone hacked into his Twitter account to tweet that LiLo is HIV-positive, but she thinks he's the tweeter to blame, venting, "He just wants money — and he's using me, my name, my status, my mother, brothers and sister for the cash to pay for [another] wedding." Katherine Jackson (a.k.a. Grandma Jackson) kicked Jermaine's baby mama and her four kids out of her home. Mark Sanchez ignored the advances of other women at a Tribeca Film Festival screening of Keep Surfing in favor of chatting solo with Jamie-Lynn Sigler. Despite rumors to the contrary, Usher is neither engaged nor expecting a child. And in a very Seven Year Itch moment, a gust of wind blew up Kate Hudson's dress at her first post-breast-enhancement appearance at the Tribeca Film Festival.
André Leon Talley has been crowned the official master of ceremonies at the Manolo Blahnik sample sale. The Hurt Locker's Jeremy Renner smooched some blonde in a corner at Nobu Next Door, looking particularly giddy. Josh Hartnett and Abbie Cornish didn't hide the fact that they're a couple at Channing Tatum's 30th-birthday party at Macao Trading Company, showing up "after midnight" and mingling with guests like Hayley Duff. Carly Simon and Jane Fonda dined together at Commerce in the West Village. Barry Diller and Malcolm Gladwell were deep in power-lunch conversation at Michael's, right near Candy Spelling. And Jason Alexander knocked down a cyclist on L.A.'s Wilshire Boulevard.