The Battle of the Blondes

• The fashion publicist/socialite who moonlighted as a computer hacker? This is going to make for a fabulous movie. It seems Ali Wise (right), the Dolce & Gabanna public relations director, professional socializer, and ex-girlfriend of hotelier Jason Pomeranc was arrested this week for using her computer to wiretap and eavesdrop on interior designer/social butterfly Nina Freudenberger (left). The worst part? Wise was held overnight in an jail cell and wasn't given any special treatment, poor thing. [NYDN, P6]
• Wise wasn't the only nightlife fixture behind bars this week. Wass Stevens, NYC's most famous club doorman, was arrested for whacking a man with the metal end of a velvet rope outside Noah Tepperberg and Jason Strauss's Avenue the other night. Stevens says the man acted up when he was refused entry, which sounds a pretty likely scenario. [P6]

• Alex Rodriguez and Kate Hudson are "going strong." Phew! [P6]
• Samantha Ronson may have to leave her LA home and move someplace else since her house has been added to various Hollywood "star tours." [Sun]
• Tom Cruise and David Beckham are totally BFFs. Who knew? [NYDN]
• Mayor Bloomberg was mistaken for Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie the other night. This must be a first, no? [P6]
• Harry Potter actor Rupert Grint has recovered from the "scary" swine flu after spending a few days in bed. [People]
• Mariah Carey is apologizing for her singing at the Jackson memorial. [NYDN]
• Jason Bateman, drug addict and alcoholic? Turns out the the former Silver Spoons star has a dark past, which he's detailing to, uh, Details. [NYDN]
• Rosie Perez may play Sonia Sotomayor in a biopic. [NYDN]
• Michael Jackson will be buried with one white glove on his hand. But he won't be going with his brain in his skull. Really. [TMZ, Mirror]