Miley Cyrus Hates Urban Outfitters, Rick SantorumS

Miley Cyrus takes on Urban Outfitters and Rick Santorum. An "intimate home video" of Jennifer Lopez gets one step closer to release. And Kendall Jenner is taking a safe, common prescription medication. Sunday gossip is kicking off its three-day weekend.

  • Miley Cyrus' burgeoning political consciousness reared its head on Twitter the other day, and as burgeoning political consciousnesses go, it wasn't bad! Better than Justin Bieber's, for sure. Miley hates Urban Outfitters, not just because the store (sort of) stole a jewelry design, but also because founder Richard Hayne donated to Rick Santorum's PAC. "LOVE IS LOVE," Cyrus Tweeted. "GOD IS LOVE." See? All that salvia did some good for her. [@MileyCyrus]
  • Are we going to see a Jennifer Lopez sex tape soon? Ex-husband Ojani Noa has been blocked from releasing an "intimate home video" taken during their brief marriage, since it would violate a confidentiality agreement, but he found a loophole — he's sold the tape to his current girlfriend, Claudia Vazquez, who is free to release the tape as she sees fit. A judge has ruled in favor of Vazquez and Noa, meaning that this "intimate home video" — which is probably just Lopez watching TV or building Legos or something — could see the light of day soon. [Radar]
  • Guess who's on the pill? A lot of women. But, in particular, Kendall Jenner. This is supposed to be scandalous, because Kendall is only 15, but my parents put me on birth control pills when I was seven, and look at me now. [NYDN]
  • Sometime in the 1970s, Arnold Schwarzenegger approached a young Sandra Bernhard and hit on her. And here's the thing: According to string theory, in some other, parallel universe, she was deeply charmed by his accent and his diastema, and went home with him and fell in love and had a little baby... and that baby grew up to be the President of the United States. But in this universe? No dice. "I don't date Germans," Bernhard explains. (Schwarzenegger, for the record, is Austrian.) [Radar]
  • John Travolta and Marilu Henner, among others, are paying tribute to Jeff Conaway, who died on Thursday. Henner says Conaway was "the nicest person. He was such a sweetheart. You know, a character – he had this wicked sense of humor but he was so sweet, so sweet, in a way that I think a lot of people don't realize. ... He was just a doll." [People]