Justin Timberlake May Appear On SNL Next Week; Heidi And Seal Renew Their Vows Again

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  • Is Justin Timberlake going to be on SNL next week? A source claims they overheard Timberlake talking about taping a secret segment for next week’s season finale. Digital short, maybe? [PageSix]
  • Sting believes that to encourage people to go into teaching, basic teacher’s salaries should be raised: “One of the most important jobs in the planet is to teach children. Our entire future depends on children being educated.” [Yahoo]
  • Uh-oh! Geri Halliwell‘s fiance, Henry Beckwith, was photographed leaving a club with another woman. [Mirror]
  • Meanwhile, Josh Brolin, who is married to Diane Lane, was seen kissing actress Marley Shelton. A rep for Brolin states: “Josh and Marley are dear, dear friends. They’ve done three movies together, and this was just an embrace between old friends.” [NationalEnquirer]
  • “There is no secret. I do take care of myself. I don’t abuse myself in any way. I sleep well. I eat well. I don’t lay out in the sun. I don’t drink. I don’t do drugs. I don’t smoke. I think all that helps with your skin as you get older.”Jennifer Lopez, on the “secret” to her flawless skin. [Mirror]
  • After reading a Newsweek article that declared that gay actors can’t “play straight,” Kristen Chenowethwrote a letter to the magazine, calling the article “horrendously homophobic” and stating “No one needs to see a bigoted, factually inaccurate article that tells people who deviate from heterosexual norms that they can’t be open about who they are and still achieve their dreams.” [Broadway.com]
  • “If I ran into a 19-year-old version of myself, I’d just tell her to live, full out. I might also tell her to go ahead and have a few babies and not worry about the timing of it.”-Queen Latifah [NYDN]
  • Alexa Ray Joel says it’s difficult to be compared to her famous parents: “It’s hard because [people] compare my music to my father and my looks to my mother. And I like to think that my music and my voice are different than my father’s and my look is very different than my mother’s. Can’t I just be me?” [People]
  • Noel Gallagher says he wants to name his child after a soccer star, if it’s a boy: “If it’s a boy he’s definitely – Sara doesn’t know this yet – Carlos. Yeah without a doubt, or just Tevez. Tevez Gallagher. Yeah, Carlito Gallagher. Sara doesn’t know but I’ll nip to Marylebone Register Office when she’s having a nap.” [TheSun]
  • Breaking news: Kathy Griffin has been vajazzled. [PageSix]
  • Heidi Klum and Seal celebrated their 5th anniversary by renewing their vows once again in front of family and friends. Says Seal: “Each year, Heidi and I get remarried. It’s a great party, but for about an hour, we go off on our own down to a private beach. We sit there with the kids and read vows to each other as the sun sets. It’s a very special moment to us.” [People]
  • Oprah had to bring in extra seating to handle the audiences for her Julia Roberts and Twilight episodes. [PageSix]
  • “I’m OK… when did I stop being OK? I am fine. I am happy and I am working. And I’m good. I’m surrounded by great friends now. You know, I have weeded out a lot of people in my life.”-Lindsay Lohan [TheSun]
  • Former Scientologist Marty Rathbun says he was ordered to videotape Tom Cruise‘s auditing sessions because the organization’s leader, David Miscavige, liked to watch them with his friends: “Miscavige would read Tom’s overts and withholds from my reports to others, joking and laughing about the content of Tom’s confessionals.” [RadarOnline]
  • Adam Lambert says he was worried that his sexuality would be held against him before auditioning for American Idol, “I was actually worried about [my sexuality] when I auditioned,” he says, “I thought ‘I’m not what they usually go for, I don’t know if it’s going to work out’ but it did, and thank God I auditioned.” [ShowbizSpy]
  • Bonnie Wright, aka Ginny Weasley, and Jamie Campbell Bower, aka Gellert Grindelwald, are engaged. [DailyMail]
  • There’s nothing easy about it. We get on airplanes. You have to be willing to get on one, plain and simple. And we Skype – it’s boring, but it’s true. We don’t even sit in front of the computer. The other day, I was cleaning, he was cleaning. We couldn’t see each other – we were just scrubbing away and talking like we were in the same room.”-Amanda Seyfried, on keeping up a long-distance relationship with boyfriend Dominic Cooper. [JustJared]
  • Katy Perry is wearing a sparkly bikini and a blue wig on the cover of her new “California Gurls” single, if you care to know. [DailyMail]
  • “You have to take that stuff with a grain of salt, otherwise you would be destroyed when you’re no longer considered that. So you say thank you and move on. And you know what? I’d rather have an Oscar, thanks very much.”-Eva Mendes, on being voted “Sexiest Woman Alive” in an internet poll. [ShowbizSpy]
  • “I really don’t think there’s ever been a character like this before. Well, there has been. But there’s never been a woman who hasn’t paid a terrible price for being free.”-Kim Cattrall, on her Sex and the City character, Samantha. [Guardian]
  • According to Entertainment Weekly, LOST producers wanted Adewale Akinnuoye-Agbaje, who plays Mr. Eko on the show, to return, but a deal could not be reached in time. [EW]
  • Annette Bening says that work keeps her from going “insane”: “”In a way, women aren’t supposed to acknowledge that and [are suppose to] pretend that it’s all just fabulous and we love every moment and it’s just a wonder, and of course, it is a wonder, but it’s also tiring and really, really hard work and a lot of the time your life is not about you, it’s about what everyone else wants.” [ShowbizSpy]
  • Angelina Jolie says she likes to do her own stunts because it impresses a very special audience: “”The funny thing about having children is that now I’m twice as motivated to do cool stunts because my kids will like it. I love doing my own stunts and will continue wherever possible.” [DailyExpress]
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