LiLo's Pack Rat Problem; Stewart vs. O'Reilly

• As if Lindsay Lohan didn't have enough problems in her life, it seems she's a "secret hoarder," too. In an interview with the Style Network's Niecy Nash, LiLo's shows all her "stuff," which includes a bedroom filled with shoe boxes and a living room that's been turned into a giant closet. On the plus side, if Sam Ronson ever goes missing, at least the police will know where to start looking. [Us, DM]
• Tiger Woods is supposedly leaving sex rehab in Mississippi by the end of this week, which means he's changed his ways or he's planning on playing in a golf tournament in Arizona in two weeks and he's not going to let his compulsive sexual habits get in the way of that. Elin Nordegren has already flown down to pick him up. Just so there isn't an incident involving a flight attendant in the first-class lounge on the way home. [Radar, NYP]
• Season three of the Real Housewives of New York debuts next month and now word comes that creepy couple Alex McCord and Simon van Kempen may be booted before season four. It's supposedly because "viewers don't have a positive reaction to them" and Simon threw a fit when he found out he wasn't going to be paid as much as the housewives because, well, he's not a housewife, although you're excused if you thought otherwise. [NYDN]
Precious star—and Academy Award nominee—Gabourey Sidibe would really, really like for Justin Timberlake to be her Oscar date. So, Jessica Biel, if you could step aside and make it happen, that would be great. [People]
Jon Stewart sat down with Bill O'Reilly last night. Highlights here. [Gawker]

• Alex Rodriguez is continuing his man-whorish ways following his split from Kate Hudson, and he seems to be making up for lost time. He's seeing a brunette in New York and a blonde model in Miami; he still has a "casual romance" with his workout friend Elaine Spottswood; and he met up for a "secret rendezvous" with Madonna when he was in New York two weeks ago. Someone's been busy, clearly. [P6]
• Speaking of Madonna, remember how she invested $1.5 million in coconut water company Vita Coco? Well, apparently it's all because she's obsessed with the anti-aging properties of the drink. [Fox411]
• Today should be the big day for Dr. Conrad Murray. Murray—Michael Jackson's doctor—is supposedly set to turn himself in to police this morning, and then be arraigned this afternoon and charged with involuntary manslaughter in Jackson's death. [MSNBC, TMZ]
• MTV's Jersey Shore may film its next season in Miami. Which sounds like a perfectly appropriate place for them, doesn't it? [TMZ]
• Was Reese Witherspoon on a date with Creative Artists Agency agent Jim Toth last week, or were they just discussing upcoming projects over dinner? Sources said they were "very flirtatious" during dinner, but according to one of Toth's friends, it was "a date" but "nothing serious." [People]
Jay-Z is suing a financial firm for more than $1 million because he said they took four months to take over the $52 million loan he'd defaulted on (to build a swanky Chelsea Hotel), and he lost $20,000 per day during the delay. [NYDN]
• No, Drew Barrymore isn't engaged to Justin Long, so please stop asking her about it. [ShowbizSpy]
• Oh, how quickly the good girls go to the dark side. A website claims Taylor Swift and John Mayer are "absolutely more than 'just friends,'" and her rumored new guy, Glee star Cory Monteith, is "just a decoy." [HollywoodLife]
• How did Nick Cannon get Mariah Carey to notice him when they first met? "I wore my good cologne. Did some push-ups. Tried to get my grown-man look on," he said. [P6]
Bruce Springsteen is suing a west Midtown bar because they had a live band play his songs but never paid an annual licensing fee. [NYDN]
• The hits just keep on coming for John Edwards. According to a new report—by the National Enquirer, mind you—John "lost his temper" during a fight and hit his soon-to-be ex-wife Elizabeth. But apparently the domestic violence went both ways, and Elizabeth "lashed out physically at [John] many times, even slapping him" before deciding it was time for a divorce. [Nat'l Enquirer, NYP]
• Governor Paterson had dinner with possible Senate hopeful Harold Ford, Jr. the other night. This is strange for two reasons: 1) Patterson backs incumbent Kirsten Gillibrand; and 2) they ate at Butter. [P6]
• As proof that you can get booted off The Bachelor and then lose Dancing with the Stars and still be a success in life, Melissa Rycroft has just taken a job as a special correspondent with Entertainment Tonight. [Us, People]
• The Los Angeles County Coroner's Office went to visit Brittany Murphy's husband, Simon Monjack, and her mom, Sharon, at home yesterday to interview them. Again. [TMZ]
• Is Fall Out Boy broken up for good? Do you care? Didn't think so. [People]
• Former teen idol Leif Garrett was arrested for having heroin (in his shoe) the other day. Police were tipped off when they saw Garrett at a Los Angeles train station "shaking and sweating profusely." [TMZ]
• Pamela Anderson may have no acting career to speak of, and her fashion line may be failing, but she's managed to secure a spot on next season's Dancing With the Stars, so things are looking up. [Radar]
• That whole incident the other day where Mel Gibson called a Chicago reporter an "asshole" for asking about his 2006 arrest/anti-Semitic slurs? It was all one big misunderstanding, Mel claims. It was his publicist he was calling an "asshole," because he was making faces at Mel from off-camera. Of course! [NYDN]