-Watching Andrew Garfield belly-dancing on Ellen might be the best thing you’ll ever do.
-According to sources, Modern Family producers have wanted to ban Ariel Winter’s mother from the set for a while.
-It looks like Damian Lewis is just as awkward as his Homeland character (though more British). On a recent episode of The Jonathan Ross Show, he told a cringe-worthy story about cracking regrettable Muslim jokes to President Obama.
–Robert Pattinson may have taken Kristen Stewart back, but that doesn’t mean she allowing him any PDA privileges.
-Meanwhile, I’m not sure about Kristen Stewart‘s see-through dress at last night’s Breaking Dawn, which managed to look both risque and granny panty-ish all at the same time.
-Of course, KStew changed out of her dress as soon as she could.
-In other news about celebrities showing their butts, Madonna bared hers for Hurricane Sandy relief.
–Janeane Garofalo was married for 20 years and didn’t even know it, which kind of makes me love her even more.
-Here’s a photo of Ethan Hawke and Selena Gomez hanging out — ’cause why not?
-What is with all the offensive Native American imagery lately? First No Doubt had to apologize for that video, and now Victoria’s Secret is saying sorry for their latest fashion show.
–James Franco was nominated for a blogging award, but is convinced the mainstream media won’t report on it. Awww, muffin!
–Shannen Doherty called 911 about a potentially suicidal Twitter follower Sunday night.
-The man who accused Elmo puppeteer Kevin Clash of underage sexual conduct has reportedly recanted. His lawyer now says it was “adult consensual relationship.”
-I agree with all of this article on How I Met Your Mother. The show needs to roll out the intervention banner for itself.
–Katy Perry and John Mayer were all PDAy at a friend’s party.
-The trailer for Lindsay Lohan‘s new movie The Canyon is out — and it’s sooo weird!
–Bradley Cooper joked about spending his last day as the Sexiest Man Alive at a “decompression” workshop hosted by Matt Damon.
-Just when you thought the The Twilight Saga was over, here’s comes the trailer for Stephenie Meyer‘s latest adaptation, The Host. It could be terrible, but I’ll pretty much see every movie Saoirse Ronan makes.