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Posted at 8:18 AM ET, 08/ 5/2010

Nigel Lythgoe to return to 'American Idol'; Lily Allen is pregnant; Celebrities react to Prop. 8 ruling

By Sarah Anne Hughes

It's officially official: Wyclef Jean will run for president of Haiti. (AP)

Thursday

Celebrity Beat: Wyclef Jean confirms he will run for Haitian president; here's why... Celebrities, including Adam Lambert and Lord Voldemort, react to overturning of Prop 8. on Twitter, while Kayne West Tweets: "Tell everyone at the label only use Gothic or Helvetic fonts for email blast unless I otherwise approve" ... SInger Lily Allen is expecting first child... Coroner: Brittany Murphy's husband Simon Monjack died from pneumonia... Julia Roberts passes on Botox... Naomi Campbell tells judges in trial of former Liberian President Charles Taylor: "I was given dirty stones"... Jennifer Aniston poses as Barbra Streisand for Harper's Bazaar... Mansion where Michael Jackson died is up for sale... Michaele Salahi accuses Whoopi Goldberg of "attack."

Pop Culture: After much speculation, Nigel Lythgoe is officially set to return to "American Idol"... Amy Adams and Viggo Mortensen join the cast of "On The Road", a big-screen adaptation of a Jack Kerouac novel... AMC's "Breaking Bad" won't return with new episodes until July 2011, mini-episodes planned... Dustin Hoffman may rescue "Little Fockers"... Davis Guggenheim drops out of Justin Bieber biopic.

Chat: Talk entertainment news during the Celebritology discussion with Jen Chaney, today at 2 p.m. ET

Video: If you really like the sound a lightsaber makes, then you'll love this YouTube video, "Every Lightsaber Ignition & Retraction." (via BuzzFeed.)

By Sarah Anne Hughes  | August 5, 2010; 8:18 AM ET
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Comments

Weird. Kayne West always seemed like a Wingdings kind of guy to me.


"Julia Roberts passes on Botox." In the "I won't use it" sense of the word, or in the "Hey, don't bogart all the Botox" sense?


Naomi Campbell also told the the judges that she didn't want to be at the trial and that it was an "inconvenience." At least she and former President Taylor agree on that.


Jennifer Aniston as Barbra Streisand for Harper's Bazaar: that's not "Bazaar," that's "inconceivable."


"Dustin Hoffman may save 'Little Fockers.'" He learned a thing or two from 'Ishtar,' then?

Posted by: byoolin1 | August 5, 2010 8:38 AM | Report abuse

How often is Wyclef Jean allowed to be elected president? One time? Two time?

Posted by: mikemclennan | August 5, 2010 8:42 AM | Report abuse

So glad Kanye joined twitter so we can see his innermost deep thoughts about earth shattering events.

Of course Naomi is not going to admit Taylor gave her diamonds. She would have to give them back. Goodness knows her bling is more important than any atrocities that might be committed in obtaining or selling them.

Posted by: epjd | August 5, 2010 8:53 AM | Report abuse

Wyclef Jean confirms he will run for Haitian president.

He may be ineligible, rendering it a moot point, NPR is reporting this AM, because Haiti's constitutional requirements for the presidency include five consecutive years of residence (Jean was brought to the US as a young child, and has resided here ever since). Maybe US Birthers will go to Haiti, where they might have a better chance of winning a victory. Heck, I wish they'd just leave. Period.


Coroner: Brittany Murphy's husband Simon Monjack died from pneumonia.

On a serious note, neither was found to have had enough meds in their system to have caused death, but apparently died for lack of prompt medical care once they developed pneumonia. And/or, maybe there IS something to that house mold theory after all.


Amy Adams and Viggo Mortensen join the cast of "On The Road."

Adams has been signed to play "a former junkie." Good practice for later portraying addict Janis Joplin?


Michaele Salahi accuses Whoopi Goldberg of "attack" [for tapping her lightly].

Oh, boo-freakin'-hoo! Our divine Pookie notes that according to the recipient of Mr. Salahi's wine shower, "Tareq was being 'verbally abusive to two women sitting at our table' [at the summer TV Press Tour promoting RHODC] and 'I just basically said, "Can you keep it down?",' after which, she says, Tareq 'threw a glass of red wine on me.'"
In other words, Michaele is so @*$#% she doesn't understand the meaning "attack." As if further evidence were needed that this fun couple thinks there's a special standard just for them.


Julia Roberts passes on Botox.

Passes it on to whom? Guess that means there's more left for other celebs and wannabes.

Posted by: Nosy_Parker | August 5, 2010 9:16 AM | Report abuse

From the Copycats at Work file, something that we feared would happen sooner or later: a man copycats the Tom Cruise method of conception:
http://www.washingtonpost.com/wp-dyn/content/article/2010/08/03/AR2010080306707.html

Naomi Campbell tells judges in trial of former Liberian President Charles Taylor: "I was given dirty stones"...
This proves that Charles Taylor was never a rich man in the style of Lewis (NSFW) Black:
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5T8Gxk7vbec

Michaele Salahi accuses Whoopi Goldberg of "attack." I, too, am upset with Whoopi's behavior. She should have doused Michaele with a bucket of Thunderbird.

Sorry, Kanye, this forum only lets me write in courier. I hope you won't mind.

Will the National Enquirer one-up Harper's with the headline: "Jen Poses as Angelia to Win Back Brad"???

Did Michael Jackson take out a 20/80 ARM to buy Neverland? The depths of the sub-prime fiasco never cease to amaze.

I want Amy Adams and Viggo to buy me a round at Vesuvio.
http://www.vesuvio.com/index2.html

Posted by: sasquatchbigfoot | August 5, 2010 9:22 AM | Report abuse

byoolin
Naomi Campbell also told the the judges that she didn't want to be at the trial and that it was an "inconvenience."

A prime candidate for the Lizard Island Manhattan Project. Could we just strand her there alone (without phone service, natch)? OK, how about if we send her the uber-self-entitled LiLo for company, since both seem to share similar views re those annoying courts unreasonably interfering with the train-wrecks that are their lives?

Posted by: Nosy_Parker | August 5, 2010 9:23 AM | Report abuse

Sas
http://www.washingtonpost.com/wp-dyn/content/article/2010/08/03/AR2010080306707.html

The article then reports that a police detective "examined surveillance video and saw the suspect purchase groceries using his store bonus card. In the doorway, the man can be seen squirting fluid from a bottle and taking a picture..." As if anyone needed further evidence that this perp is none too bright.

Posted by: Nosy_Parker | August 5, 2010 9:31 AM | Report abuse

Obviously, Naomi Campbell needs help.

Sorry, Jen not = Babs, starting with the nose.

Plase Dunstin, just leave the Little Fockers to their fate.

Posted by: reddragon1 | August 5, 2010 10:29 AM | Report abuse

The real reason Michaele is upset at Whoppi is that Whoppi didn't tell Michaele that a little club soda will get those pesky red wine stains out of any botox-ed face.

Posted by: elias_howe | August 5, 2010 10:34 AM | Report abuse

Jen's too smart to want Brad back. I hope.

Posted by: Californian11 | August 5, 2010 12:20 PM | Report abuse

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