Lady Gaga made a masked appearance at MoMA to view Marina Abramović’s exhibition. Lindsay Lohan showed up at Katy Perry’s birthday party with a 300-pound bouncer wearing a shirt with the words “Big Monster” written across the front. Bristol Palin celebrated the National Day to Prevent Teen Pregnancy by partying at 1Oak. In an attempt to excite auction bidders, Trudie Styler offered to get Sting to chat about all the tantric sex they have. Kate Moss commissioned Banksy to create a mural of her friends in her home. Hayden Christensen rang the NASDAQ opening bell yesterday. Maybe he had something to do with what happened? And the air conditioner broke at the Eldridge’s Cinco de Mayo party, so clubgoers just stripped down to their skivvies while Kelly Bensimon got cozy with Whitney Port’s ex, Jay Lyon, in a corner.
Gordon Ramsay is being sued for an unpaid $41,000 wine bill. Barbara Walters supposedly forced Elisabeth Hasselbeck to apologize for negative comments about Erin Andrews, and now Hasselbeck’s turning to Sarah Palin for support. After two weeks in Sweden with her family (and bodyguards), Elin Nordegren returned to Orlando. David Boreanaz says he’s been in “sincere pain” since admitting he cheated on his wife, but we don’t feel too badly for him. His wife is still angry, and though Rachel Uchitel has been photographed with him, she assured the public, “David Boreanaz is not part of my life, nor will he be.” And Jessica Simpson was spotted leaving a D.C. hotel at 2:45 a.m. with Jeremy Renner.
There’s been talk of a Britney Spears–themed Glee, but the show’s star, Matthew Morrison, confirmed, “That’s a rumor her manager started. I hope our show doesn’t go along that route.” Florence Henderson, meanwhile, is dying to make a Glee cameo. Elvis’s personal doctor says that “chronic constipation” is what killed him. Donald Trump now has flight paths named after him at Palm Beach International Airport. And Kristen Stewart explains why she’s always frowning on the red carpet, defending, “People say that I’m miserable all the time. It’s not that I’m miserable, it’s just that somebody’s yelling at me … I literally, sometimes, have to keep myself from crying … It’s a physical reaction to the energy that’s thrown at you.”