Jay-Z and Beyoncé will be joining Naomi Campell aboard her billionaire boyfriend's yacht in Capri. Jennifer Aniston described the money-swindling situation with her recently arrested facialist as "not cool." Aniston is also under fire for using the word "retard" on Live with Regis and Kelly. Paris Hilton "flew into a rage" when her former BFF Kim Kardashian made fun of her at Lavo in Vegas. Janet Jackson wants to perform a duet with Lady Gaga (who will not be performing at the VMAs). Mariah Carey is in negotiations to sign on as an American Idol judge. And Miranda Kerr is four months pregnant.
Facebook banned a photo of Kylie Minogue getting "fresh" with a stuffed bear, asserting that they "do not allow photos that contain nudity, drug use or violence." A clothing company is suing Madonna for her junior clothing line, Material Girl, claiming they've been selling "Material Girl" clothes since 1997. Scarlett Johansson gets sultry for Dolce & Gabbana's new ad campaign. As if he didn't promote Avion tequila enough on Entourage, Jerry Ferrara and his dinner companion polished off a bottle of it at Stanton Social. And after a recent trip to Israel, Knick Amar'e Stoudemire has become a practicing Jew and, in addition to the Star of David tattoo he acquired, he's keeping kosher, commenting, "I figure, what the scriptures speak about, that's what I celebrate."
Elle editors are working from home owing to an office bedbug infestation. Megan Fox sported her 8-year-old stepson's "Voltron: Defender of the Universe" T-shirt. Angelina Jolie claims she packs her own children's lunches. Following her public breakup from Joe Jonas, Demi Lovato wishes she'd kept their relationship a secret. Ricky Martin says that his upcoming memoir represents his personal "spiritual journey." Joey Lawrence and Wesley Snipes are hoping to make a co-comeback in the upcoming action flick Havana Heat. Whoa! And noted writer Spencer Pratt is penning a tell-all about his soon-to-be ex-wife, Heidi Montag, commenting, "My last book, 'How to be Famous,' didn't make the New York Times best-seller list because it was in the self-help section. This one is going to be totally different. I'm not holding anything back."