Madonna Goes East, Chris Brown Spins & Demi Denies

• It's been a couple of thousand years since a man named Jesus "sparked a frenzy" in Jerusalem. But it happened again yesterday when Jesus (Luz, that is) accompanied Madonna to the Western Wall. [DM]
• Yesterday it was reported that Chris Brown had told Larry King that he didn't really remember beating up Rihanna. Now he says he does remember using her a human punching bag; it's just that the clip used to promote the show was taken out of context. [People]
• Filming has started on the new season of the Real Housewives of New York City. And the pressure is on, apparently. There are two "backup" housewives waiting in the wings in case the women don't perform and "the story lines are not interesting enough." [P6]
• Demi Moore would like to make it clear she's never had plastic surgery. It's natural that she looks like that at the age of 64. So back off. [Telegraph]

• Contrary to the Post's report yesterday that Chelsea Clinton was getting married in Martha's Vineyard at any moment, the paper is now reporting that she isn't getting married there this year at all. Oh, well. [P6]
• Carrie Prejean filed a lawsuit against the Miss USA pageant yesterday, claiming she was tossed because of "religious discrimination." [NYP]
• Poor Paris Jackson. When she went for a haircut last week, a security guard had to collect her hair clippings and take them with him, lest some sleazy tabloid reporter pick them up and submit them for DNA testing. [MSNBC]
• In other Michael Jackson news, reps for Macaulay Culkin say he is not the father of Jackson's son Blanket. So much for that theory. [TMZ]
• Renee Zellweger was involved in a car crash in LA yesterday. Thankfully, no one was hurt in the minor incident. [TMZ]
• Audrina Patridge is leaving The Hills, in case you care. [Us]
• Paris Hilton earned herself a legal victory yesterday. A federal appeals court ruled that she can go ahead with her lawsuit against Hallmark for using her catchphrase "That's hot" on a greeting card without her consent. [Reuters]
• The New York coroner isn't ruling out any scenario (including suicide or accidental overdose) in connection with DJ AM's death last Friday. [E!]
• Related: A few people with remembrances of DJ AM. [TDB]
• The View finally won a Daytime Emmy on Sunday. Sadly, none of the hosts of the show were on hand to accept the honor. [NYDN]