Miley Celebrates End of Jailbait Status with Mother-Daughter Dance RoutineS

Miley's eighteenth birthday party features bumping and grinding with her mom. Jay-Z shot his brother at age 12. Charlie Sheen's hooker gives an interview. Lenny Dykstra's dog could get repossessed. Just another manic Monday gossip roundup.

  • Miley Celebrates End of Jailbait Status with Mother-Daughter Dance RoutineMiley Cyrus will cease to be jailbait tomorrow, and celebrated with a blow-out 18th birthday party over the weekend. (She actually has "a birthday month. I do the whole month of November. Thanksgiving, cake—all about me on Thanksgiving!" This may seem entitled, but her family probably wants to thank her for carrying all of their careers on her shoulders, anyway.) She rented a "space" for dancing and "me and my mom actually have choreography for the night later—everyone loves when we dance in unison." Move over, Dina Lohan, Tish Cyrus is the new alpha stage mom in town. [OMG, images via Getty]

  • Meanwhile, Miley was supposed to sing a Bret Michaels song at the AMAs, which would have been awkward since he's the man rumored to have broken up her parents' marriage. Our newly adult heroine successfully killed that plan, and sang about "forgiveness and love," instead. [TMZ, X17]

  • At the age of 12, Jay-Z shot his brother over a piece of jewelry. [NYDN]

  • Charlie Sheen's hotel-trashing porn star lover Capri Anderson gave her first interview. She says Charlie tried to buy her silence. The siren call of insta-fame (and whatever she'll get from her new, high-profile lawsuit) outbid him. [NYDN, TMZ]

  • Baseball star Lenny Dykstra is so broke, a judge authorized a creditor to repossess his dog, a German Shepherd worth $10,000. That has got to be the saddest on-your-ass broke story I've ever heard. [TMZ]

  • Kourtney Kardashian and baby Mason rushed to the hospital this weekend. It doesn't seem like it was a stunt for their show, but at this point it's hard to draw any lines with the Kardashians, because there's video footage of the ambulance, anyway. [Radar]

  • Jersey Shore star Ronnie Magro dodged cameras a strip club. In the pantheon of actions one can take to alienate endorsements, "lapdance" is apparently a greater sin than nationally televised brawling and the ridicule of fat girls. [P6]

  • Rage-a-holic film freak Vincent Gallo demands his Twitter impostors be destroyed. Apparently confused fans bombarded him with jugs of maple syrup after parody account @vincentgallo tweeted that organic maple syrup was the way to his heart. "It's embarrassing having anyone believe I would sign up for and communicate with Twitter," said a man who has a website advertising his services as gigolo. Since this news surfaced, @vincentgallo apparently white-walled. [P6]

  • A-List star Reichen Lehmkuhl's memoir about being gay in the Air Force is being turned into a movie. Page Six says Chace Crawford and Taylor Lautner are up for the role. Team Chace all the way. [P6]

  • Will there ever be an *N Sync reunion? Lance Bass: "I don't know, I guess you'll have to ask Justin, he's busy making all these fabulous movies right now." Lance should jockey for a cameo in his ex-boyfriend's fabulous movie, instead. [Radar]

  • Good news: Soon-to-be divorcees Eva Longoria and Tony Parker are speaking. Bad news: "Their anger toward each other exploded on the phone." Apparently Tony's mad at Eva for playing the victim by confirming the rumor about Tony's text message flirtation with his former teammate's wife. Now they have competing divorce filings in different states, probably in preparation for an ugly spousal support battle. [Radar]

  • This is grim: The Double Fantasy LP that John Lennon signed for assassin Mark David Chapman is for sale for $850,000. Apparently the previous owner received death threats. [P6]