Mary-Kate Can Go Back to Whatever It Is She Does
  • The federal probe into what exactly caused Heath Ledger's death has officially been closed. Which means Mary-Kate Olsen is off the hook, will not have to testify, and can return to her normal (or not-so-normal) life. [NYDN]
  • Sienna Miller's friends say she's not a homewrecker, because Balthazar Getty had been separated from his wife for six months before he and Sienna ever hooked up. [Page Six]
  • Making it work: Tim Gunn gets paid $30,000 and up for public appearances. [TMZ]
  • Kate Moss "switched places" for the day with her daughter's nanny as a 60th birthday present. [The Sun]
  • News alert! Months after she got hitched to Jay-Z, Beyonce has finally been photographed wearing a wedding ring. [The Sun]
  • Donald Trump has hired Christina Aguilera and Pete Wentz to perform at a party for his new hotel in Dubai later this month. See you there. [E!]
  • Mary J. Blige has been sued for swiping a track on her Growing Pains album. [NYDN]
  • Eben Bronfman, a special assistant to DA Robert Morgenthau, got sucker-punched by a lobbyist named Bernie Cohen at a birthday party last week. [Page Six]
  • As if one book from the Spelling family wasn't enough: Candy Spelling is now following in daughter Tori's footsteps and writing a "keep-quiet" in which she'll "say nothing about everything." Sounds exciting. [Cindy Adams]
  • It looks like the rift between Usher and his mom is over, now that he's fired Benny Medina as his manager and re-hired his mom. [E!]
  • Mr. Blackwell, of fashion list fame, is in the intensive care unit at an LA hospital after collapsing in his home. [ET]
  • Tila Tequila supposedly turned MTV down for another season of A Shot at Love, possibly because she's serious about her new girlfriend Courtenay Semel. [InTouch]