Say Goodbye to Madge and Guy, Maybe
  • Is it really over between Madonna and Guy Ritchie? Madge has apparently hired England's toughest divorce lawyer, Nicholas Mostyn—the same guy who handled Paul McCartney's split with Heather Mills—so the answer looks like yes. [Holy Moly!]
  • Cosmetics mogul Leonard Lauder threw a big engagement party for Tommy Hilfiger and Dee Ocleppo last night at his family's Neue Galerie. Guests included Anna Wintour, Russell Simmons, and Gayle King. [People]
  • Time to fire up your charge card. Athina Rousell—the daughter and only living heir of Aristotle and Christina Onassis—is putting her mom's $16 million jewelry collection up for auction at Christie's. The proceeds will go to charity, of course. [NYDN]
  • Ed Norton missed his sister Mary McBride's wedding this weekend because he was in California promoting The Hulk. [Rush & Molloy]
  • Despite reports in nearly every tabloid that Diddy is changing his name back to "Puff Daddy," he says he's not. He even posted a YouTube video about the mixup. [E!]
  • Tori Spelling and Dean McDermott had their second child yesterday, Stella Doreen McDermott. [NYDN]
  • Sienna Miller sleeps in the pajama pants Heath Ledger once gave her during a trip to Venice. How cute. [Us Weekly]
  • Donna Hanover was gabbing on her cell phone about diagnosing a patient during her onetime role as a doctor on One Life to Live, but a social worker walking past thought Donna was a real doctor talking about private patient info and gave her an earful. [Page Six]
  • Remember Milana Dravnel, the ex-Scores stripper suing Oscar De La Hoya because he denied that photos she leaked of him as a cross dresser were real? Well, the experts agreed with De La Hoya yesterday, and Milana dropped her lawsuit. [NYDN]
  • Work Out's Jackie Warner was spotted making out with The L Word's Elizabeth Keener, and now they might be dating. [Janet Charlton's Hollywood]
  • Two members of Danity Kane got physical outside a Las Vegas nightclub last week, and they ended up going on stage 20 minutes late because of the fight. [Rush & Molloy]
  • Courtney Cox's FX series Dirt was cancelled. That means Cox, her husband, and her sister are now all unemployed. [ET]
  • Charlie Sheen and Denise Richards were back in court arguing over hidden assets and missed child support payments, but the gossip's not nearly as much fun now that Charlie's refusing to talk about the situation. [E!]
  • New Kids on the Block's first video in 10 years premiered on the web. [NYDN]
  • Tragic news: Molly Sims lost her table at Surf Lodge in Montauk because she turned up late. Poor Jeffrey Chodorow gave up his table at Kobe Beach Club because the restaurant was so packed. Life in the Hamptons can be so cruel! [Page Six]