Your Daily Dispatch of Celebrity Shenaningans
by Jesse Spero
A Small Heath Tribute: In a small but meaningful tribute, Warner Bros. has placed a black ribbon on the Web site, WhySoSerious.com, the Web site run by Heath's character, The Joker, for the upcoming "Dark Knight" film.
Amy Says Grammy Grammy Grammy: After a video surfaced with Amy Winehouse inhaling an unknown substance from a glass pipe, she entered rehab — but for how long? PageSix reports the singer will be attending the Grammys on February 10. In a statement to the paper her label says, "She has come to understand that she requires specialist treatment to continue her ongoing recovering from drug addiction and prepare for her planned appearance at the Grammy Awards."
Get A Cell Phone Brit!: Our favorite pop star is worth how many millions? Regardless of her fortune, Britney is apparently trying to save a buck by not having a cell phone. The paparazzo-dater was spotted using a public pay phone, reports PageSix. We don't know whether to gasp by her lack of current technology or gasp at the thought of how dirty that relic pay phone must have been!
Don't Step In That 'Cloverfield' Vomit!: The hit monster film "Cloverfield" is making people green, and we don't just mean the studio's bank accounts. CNN says, "moviegoers have reported being nauseated and dizzy," due to the handheld film style. AMC movie theaters is taking a preemptive approach and posting signs that read, this film may cause "side effects associated with motion sickness similar to riding a roller-coaster." At The Grove Pacific Theaters in LA, barf bags were handed out before screenings. No word yet if the "Cloverfield" Diet will be the new Atkins.
Eva Buys Baby Gear: Eva Longoria Parker was spotted buying baby clothes in London Wednesday—but not for herself, reports People. The actress was picking up a miniature Dolce & Gabbana outfit for mommy-to-be Jennifer Lopez, her rep tells the mag, because after all… every baby should be wearing Italian couture!
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