Diners Confuse Cristiano Ronaldo for ‘the Situation’

LeBron James is being sued for $4 million by a man claiming to be his father. Jailed financial adviser Kenneth Starr sued Martin Scorsese for $600,000, claiming the director never paid for his company’s services. Mel Gibson is being investigated for a possible domestic-violence incident, which, if true, would surprise maybe no one. After Ashley Judd decried coal mining as the “rape of Appalachia,” coal miners are using a topless photo of her to promote their trade. Drew Barrymore needs some time to relax after three years of hard work, and while she doesn’t mind aging, she’s also not opposed to plastic surgery. Kate Gosselin posed with Donald and Melania Trump after Lady Gaga’s Radio City concert on Wednesday. And Gwyneth Paltrow schmoozed with Claire Danes and Jessica Alba at the Valentino Garavani Archives Dinner Party on Wednesday in Versailles, France. Diners at Kenmare mistook soccer star Cristiano Ronaldo for “the Situation.” Keith Richards, however, who stopped into the restaurant later, was accurately recognized.

Lindsay Lohan plans to make a cool million off her first post-prison interview. While going over lines at Hudson Hall for his upcoming flick, Friends With Benefits, Justin Timberlake kept getting distracted by Wednesday’s World Cup match. Ben Affleck was bummed that he couldn’t join Matt Damon, Don Cheadle, and Montel Williams at the World Series of Poker in Vegas because he had a migraine.

Carrie Underwood is marrying hockey player Mike Fisher tomorrow, but she’s keeping the location under wraps and hasn’t even told her guests where to go yet. She wants to “keep the wedding small” but is hoping to rake in $2 million for the photo rights. Katy Perry and Russell Brand plan to tie the knot in Maui in October. Larry King and Shawn Southwick called off their divorce. Melissa Etheridge’s ex is pushing for full legal custody of their children. And NBC finally put an end to their ruling banning gay weddings on Today.