Sarah Jessica Parker and Kim Cattrall Face Off

Kim Cattrall and Sarah Jessica Parker are apparently incapable of getting along: A day after Kim confirmed that there will be Sex and the City sequel, Parker told fans "not to get their hopes up" and that "Kim is excited, but all the deals are not yet done." [Daily Star, People]
It looks like spending time in court, soup kitchens, and sanitation departments hasn't helped Naomi Campbell much. She infuriated passengers on her flight back from London on Tuesday by cutting in line while going through customs at JFK. She swears it wasn't her fault because it was the airline that offered her an escort. [R&M]
Ian Schrager is getting married next Saturday. The bride-to-be is a ballerina named Tania Wahlstedt. [P6]

Diddy turned away more than 60 guests from his birthday party at Mansion because they weren't dressed in "presidential attire," whatever that means. [R&M]
Val Kilmer says he's thinking of running for political office in New Mexico. Really. [Cindy Adams]
Now that he doesn't have a career, Eliot Spitzer is enjoying a "lighter schedule" that includes playing tennis and lunching at Isabella's. [R&M]
Amy Winehouse is apparently refusing to pay £30,000 for husband Blake Fielder-Civil's rehab because she wants to "be sure their marriage is worth it" first. [The Sun]
Jennifer Aniston supposedly has a new "life plan" which starts with getting married to John Mayer and becoming a mom. [OK!]
A bunch of celebrities like Heidi Klum, Jennifer Lopez, and Kate Moss showed up to watch Britney Spears and Justin Timberlake's reunion at Madonna's concert last night, but it was kind of a disapointment since the three never appeared on stage at the same time. [E!, NYDN]
Larry King supposedly caught his wife Shawn cheating on him. [National Enquirer]
Not only is Kendra Wilkinson engaged, but now Hugh Hefner says he'll be the one walking her down the aisle when she gets married at the Playboy Mansion. [NYDN]
Hollywood producer Jon Peters was arrested for drunk driving in 2006 and sentenced to probation and community service, but now it looks like he may have forged his community service docs which means he may be headed for jail. [P6]
Melissa Etheridge is furious that Californians passed a ban on gay marriage. [People]
Carol Alt and her ex, Ron Greschner, are back in court fighting over who should pay the couple's legal fees. [NYDN]
Hall & Oates is suing a music publishing firm for allowing Nelly Furtado to remix their 1982 son, "Maneater" without their permission. [NYDN]