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Posted at 8:55 AM ET, 01/13/2011

Pint-sized 'Jersey Shore'; Gaga on track to earn $100 million

By Liz Kelly


And we thought "Jersey Shore" itself was indicative of the decline of Western civilization. That was before Jenni "JWOWW" Farley posted this photo -- of what appears to be a mini Snooki, Situation and JWOWW -- to her Twitter account. No word yet on who the kids are or how psychologically scarred they may be from being forced to wear hair poufs, huge jewelry and -- possibly -- spray tanner.

More morning mix -- including Gaga's expected earnings and Sting's "tawdry" sex -- after the jump...

Celebrity Beat: Lady Gaga projected to earn $100 million in 2011... In an interview with Howard Stern, Camille Grammer implied that soon-to-be-ex Kelsey Grammer likes to cross-dress... Michelle Williams on Heath Ledger: "Very obviously for me and for [daughter Matilda], there's a hole in our life"... Sting tells Bazaaar magazine that he and wife Trudie Styler like "tawdry" sex... Kardashian sisters plan August launch for Sears lingerie collection... 50 Cent may face investigation after promoting stock on Twitter... Amy Winehouse shows off bruises in Brazil.

Rumor Mill: Charlie Sheen blames ear infection (not Vegas weekend) for missed work... Keira Knightley and Rupert Friend split after five years together... Goldie Hawn's ex pens tell-all about their alleged open marriage... Lindsay Lohan skipping grandmother's 87th birthday to "focus on sobriety," says dad.

Say What?
"When I've done a good job, I've worked my [expletive] off in a movie and been very disciplined, then to reward myself I'll take that governor off and say: 'Go ahead and do what you want, man. You want to get drunk? You do whatever you want.'" -- Jeff Bridges on how he celebrates wrapping up work on a film.

By Liz Kelly  | January 13, 2011; 8:55 AM ET
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Cross-dressing, "tawdry" sex, and the Kardashians doing a lingerie line for Sears? I'm sensing a theme here...

Posted by: northgs | January 13, 2011 9:18 AM | Report abuse

That picture J-Ew posted might be evidence of child abuse. Especially if someone can prove that she made the kids watch Jersey Shore to get the look right.

$100M means Lady Gaga can afford Kobe beef for her next meat dress.

So Sting & Trudie like "tawdry" sex... I suppose Trudie prefers that to waiting hours and hours for Sting to finish.

Fiddy might be investigated for a 'pump & dump' scheme - which reminds me that we haven't heard anything about Chelsea for a few days.

Charlie Sheen's ear infection: so you *can* get syphillis there.

Keira Knightley and Rupert Friend split after five years together: He's better as a Friend than a lover?

Lindsay Lohan skipping grandmother's 87th birthday to "focus on sobriety," says dad. Prompting the question, "Just how much can that old bag drink, anyway?"

Posted by: byoolin1 | January 13, 2011 9:20 AM | Report abuse

Ah, yes, 30 years after divorce, I'm sure Mr Hudson has 'explosive' news. Why is he doing this, now? Maybe Kate said he wouldn't be allowed to see his grandchild, who knows? Bitterness is such an ill-fitting suit.

Posted by: agog1 | January 13, 2011 9:36 AM | Report abuse

I'm fine with Kelsey cross dressing, as long as we don't start talking about his tossed salads (and scrambled eggs).

Are the Kardashians going to show us the badunka dunk side of Sears?

Posted by: DorkusMaximus1 | January 13, 2011 9:57 AM | Report abuse

Bitterness is such an ill-fitting suit.

Posted by: agog


If you've ever seen an episode of "The Hudson Brothers" variety show, you'd know that a Hudson knows allllllll about ill-fitting suits.

Posted by: byoolin1 | January 13, 2011 10:23 AM | Report abuse

Dorkus shoots and SCORES!

Posted by: sasquatchbigfoot | January 13, 2011 2:36 PM | Report abuse

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