Clay Aiken Comes Out, Surprises No One

You probably heard the news yesterday that Clay Aiken is coming out of the closet. We thought we'd remind you again since you're undoubtedly still in a state of shock and disbelief. [P6, People]
Anna Wintour took the trash out of her West Village townhouse wearing sweatpants, a t-shirt, and slippers. [R&M]
Olivia Palermo's role in Whitney Port's new Hills spinoff will earn her $12,000 an episode. [P6]
In response to her father's recent rants, Lindsay Lohan says her dad is out of line and "obviously needs to be on medication to control his moods." [P6]
Jude Law was spotted with protestors outside the UN this week, although he was acting like "more of an observer than a protestor." [MSNBC]

Britney Spears has put her Studio City mansion on the market for $7.9 million. You can see photos here. [People]
Jean-Georges Vongerichten whipped up a four-course meal for Nicolas Sarkozy and 13 guests (including Ban Ki-Moon) in just 45 minutes on Monday. [P6]
Will Arnett and Amy Poehler are moving to LA. Temporarily. [R&M]
Jamie Hince is trying to get back together with Kate Moss by agreeing to have a baby with her. [Mirror]
Brandon Davis had a busy Saturday night: First he couldn't get into a bar because he forgot his ID. Then he tried going to model Jessica Gomes' birthday party at Tenjune but by the time he showed up, the party was already over. [P6]
Hugh Hefner may soon be single: Kendra Wilkinson's been hooking up with NFL star Hank Baskett, Holly Madison says she only wants to be with someone who she can marry, and Bridget Marquardt, who is still married to her first husband in Ohio, is busy developing a show for the Travel Channel. [P6]
DMX missed a court date yesterday because he was hospitalized on Monday. [Reuters]
Ellen DeGeneres is campaigning against the initiative to ban gay marriage in California. [People]
The woman who sued Diddy and Vibe after the magazine published a topless photo of her at one of Diddy's Hamptons parties in 2003 has had her $3 million invasion-of-privacy suit tossed out of court. [NYDN]
Sharon Stone lost custody of her 8-year-old son Roan: a judge ruled the boy should continue living with his dad. [NYDN]
Bravo execs are developing a new series about polo. [P6]
Harry Potter's Emma Watson says she's currently applying to college, and is hoping to wind up at a school in the States. [People]
Jamie Oliver's wife Jools is pregnant with the couple's third child. [People]
Nicole Kidman credits "fertility waters," which she apparently swam in in Australia, with helping her get pregnant. [ET]
Travis Barker is "trying to stay upbeat" while he recovers in the hospital. [People]
Aubrey O'Day and Joe Francis were spotted making out at yet another LA party. [R&M]
Armin Amiri, Wass Stevens, and Greg Bello all have roles in Darren Aronofsky's new flick, The Wrestler. [P6]
Old school R&B singer Sam Moore says the new movie Soul Men ripped off his work and that Bob Weinstein's company tried to buy him off by offering $1,000 and a walk-on role. [R&M]
Lynne Spears thinks it's hypocritical that the public "crucified" Jamie Lynn for getting pregnant, but doesn't have any problem with Bristol Palin. [Us]