No Mercy for Madonna

• Madonna won't be leaving Malawi with a baby after all: A judge listed a residency requirement as the reason why he rejected her adoption petition, although there's still a possibility Madonna will appeal the ruling. [People, E!]
• These are tough times for Kelly Killoren Bensimon. The "Real Housewife," who was arrested a couple of weeks ago for allegedly beating up her boyfriend, now just lost her Saks modeling gig. [P6]
Andre Balazs appears to have a new special someone in his life. He was spotted making out with beer heiress Daphne Guinness the other night. [P6]

Jennifer Lopez is ready for kids again. Just as soon as she's "sure her marriage is stable," that is. [NYDN]
• The Sex and the City sequel will hit theaters May 28, 2010. Feel free to make a note of it if you happen to have your calendar open. [E!]
Matt Lauer is wearing a sling these days following his collision with a deer while riding his bike a couple of weeks ago. But his wife is helping him put his socks on in the morning, which is nice to hear. [NYDN]
• A man was arrested after trying to get into Jamie Foxx's hotel penthouse in Philadelphia. [BBC]
• Amy Winehouse is back in St. Lucia, if you care. [Mirror]
• Anna Nicole Smith's dad is planning to sue Howard K. Stern. [MSNBC]
• The new trailer for Sacha Baron Cohen's Bruno is out. [E!]
• Britney Spears' ex-boyfriend, Adnan Ghalib, has turned in his gun so he's in compliance with a restraining against him. [E!]
• Fans of Natalie Cole called into Larry King's show on Tuesday and offered up their kidneys after she appeared on the show and said she had hepatitis C. [NYDN]
• Chef Jamie Oliver is the father of another girl. [People]
• NBC's affiliate in Boston has turned down Jay Leno's new show this fall. [Reuters]
• Charlie Sheen's son remains in the hospital. [People]
• Model Shanna Moakler is denying reports she cheated on Travis Barker when he was in the hospital after his plane crash. [Newsday]
• Chesley Sullenberger not only has a book deal, there's now a TLC documentary in the works as well. [NYDN]