Wintour Daughter 'Nervous' Abour Finding Journalism Work

  • Anna Wintour's daughter Bee Shaffer, the aspiring journalist, is graduating from Columbia in May and is "really nervous about the fact nobody's hiring right now." If she gets desperate she could take one of those awful personal assistant jobs working for a magazine editor. (She won't get desperate.) [NYM]
  • Amy Winehouse and Blake Fielder-Civil are said divorcing after planeloads of drugs and "gross" sex games that can't even be described in News Of The World. [News Of The World]
  • The Catholic Church forgave John Lennon for saying the Beatles were "more popular than Jesus" and that "Christianity will go." It now finds his songs totally groovy and far out! [Sunday Times]
  • TV chef Gordon Ramsay's purported seven-year mistress literally wrote the book on how to have an affair, and even appeared on Oprah to discuss it. Their latest tryst involved "three bottles of legal sex drugs." [Mail]
  • Jon Peters, the film producer, faces jail time after allegedly failing to do community service work in connection with DUI charges. So he invited a dozen kids from the community-service program to his ranch, and for some reason the cops had to be called, and now no one's saying anything. [P6]
  • After trying to argue that $7 million from a Bahrain sheik was a gift, Michael Jackson has wisely opted to settle out of court. [E!]