Esquire initially wanted Scarlett Johansson to grace their “Women We Love” cover, but according to editor-in-chief David Granger, she “completely screwed” them. Rachael Ray is fuming because Good Housekeeping put her on their July cover without her permission. And while exiting a Studio City gym, Jake Gyllenhaal commented that his abs make him who he is, adding, “Without them, I don’t know. At awards shows, I will always thank them, that and the hair.” Heidi Montag and Spencer Pratt’s recently reported separation is supposedly all a scam the couple plotted to keep their names in the headlines. It worked.
Chris Brown and Bow Wow crashed rapper Drake’s listening party, then headed to SL, where they were turned away at the door. Ricky Martin partied with Zoe Salanda, Estelle, Lance Bass, and Tyson Beckford at the 2010 amfAR New York Inspiration Gala. Orlando Bloom admitted that he still struggles with dyslexia. A friend of Al and Tipper Gore says their breakup is devoid of scandal, and that the couple “just grew apart.” Which sounds about right for the less-than-scandalous Al. Mark-Paul Gosselaar (a.k.a Zack Morris) and his wife of fourteen years are separating. Jodie Sweetin is six months pregnant, and when she had a craving for barbecue, John Stamos made her ribs. Transformers actress Isabel Lucas says she and Jake Gyllenhaal are “just friends.” Kevin Costner’s wife gave birth to his seventh child. Gwen Stefani spent $15,000 on her son’s 4th-birthday party, with guests including Kate Beckinsale and David and Victoria Beckham. And Evangeline Lilly wrote a yet-to-be published children’s book called The Squickerwonkers.
Glee’s Lea Michele and Matthew Morrison are slated to perform at the Tony awards. Before photographing Pamela Anderson and Kim Kardashian, Playboy’s Stephen Wayda got his start shooting ads for a Morman department store. Justin Bieber enjoys trimming his hairstylist’s bangs. Chris Noth pumped iron with his personal trainer at Nimble Fitness in Union Square. And Real Housewife Sonja Morgan didn’t let a DWI stop her from partying, but at an event at ABC Kitchen, she “sipped seltzer and was accompanied by someone who introduced himself as her attorney. Presumably he was there to drive her home.”