Posh's Kitchen Position, Dunst's 'Depression'
  • Gordon Ramsay says he's partnering with Victoria Beckham to open a restaurant in LA. Yes, a restaurant. Whether she'll actually taste any of the food served there is anybody's guess. [P6]
  • Kirsten Dunst tells Harper's Bazaar that the real reason she went into rehab earlier this year was because of depression, and because she's "enormously co-dependent." [People]
  • Mariah Carey's former record producer is writing a book about their four-year relationship although Carey's lawyers are hoping to put a stop to it. [P6]
  • Behind the scenes video from Ellen DeGeneres's wedding to Portia de Rossi. [NYDN]
  • A Manhattan judge ruled yesterday that the mother of Damon Dash's 16-year-old son must return the boy to his father. Damon should have more time to spend with the kid, since he's on the outs with the hip-hop community and isn't getting invited to the best parties anymore. [NYP, P6]
  • Guy Ritchie celebrated his 40th birthday at a London pub where he partied until 4 AM, even though Madonna left at 10. [Daily Mail]
  • Post film critic Lou Lumenick hit a cancer-stricken Roger Ebert with a binder for tapping him on the shoulder while they were watching a film. [R&M]
  • The divorce battle between Dina Matos and Jim McGreevey looks like it's finally over now that Dina has dropped her final legal claims. [NYDN]
  • Nude photos of Daniel Radcliffe on stage in his new Broadway show have already been leaked online. [Queerty]
  • Jann Wenner and his former wife Jane (with whom he's been separated for years) are tangling with officials in Amagansett over property they still co-own. [P6]
  • Paul McCartney might be getting engaged soon. [Daily Mail]
  • Adrian Grenier got lost at the Ritz-Carlton in Marina del Rey and accidentally wandered into a wedding, but the guests at the wedding were so excited to see him that they had to stop the ceremony so everyone could take photos. [R&M]
  • Lawyers for Duke University fired back at Rudy Giuliani's son Andrew yesterday, claiming that throwing an apple at a teammate and breaking a golf club were sufficient reasons for dismissing him from the golf team. [NYDN]
  • Matt Damon is not a fan of Sarah Palin. He says the chance that she could become president is "a really scary thing." [NYDN]
  • Chace Crawford doesn't have as much of a problem with her. He says she's "quite attractive." [Us]
  • Eva Longoria is still denying that she's pregnant. She told reporters on Tuesday "I'm just fat." [Us]
  • Mary-Kate Olsen stayed sober while she partied with boyfriend Nate Lowman on Tuesday night. [R&M]
  • The judge overseeing Nicole Richie's probation said the star has been taking care of herself and is "in compliance" with the rules of her probation. [E!]
  • Keira Knightley thinks getting pregnant might be the only way to stop those anorexia rumors about her. [Mirror]
  • Lionsgate execs refused to meet the Dixie Chicks' asking price to use one of their songs in an upcoming indie flick, so the Chicks are keeping the song for themselves. [P6]
  • Heather Mills got axed from the cast of Celebrity Apprentice before filming ever began because of her outrageous demands. [Access Hollywood]
  • Al D'Amato's wife Katuria switched first class seats on a Delta flight with Charles Gibson so she could sit closer to her baby and his nurse. [P6]
  • Someone stole R.E.M. member Peter Buck's guitar and he'd really like it back. [E!]
  • Antonio Sabato Jr. has signed on to star in a new VH1 dating show. [ET]