ROLL CALL: Miley Is Not An 'Idol' Watcher & Jamie Lynn's Wal-Mart Birthday

Your Daily Dispatch of Celebrity Shenaningans

Miley Cyrus Not An ‘Idol’ Watcher: Though she was at Sunday’s taping of “Idol Gives Back,” Miley Cyrus confessed to OK! Magazine she’s not an “American Idol” fan, saying, “I’ve never seen a single episode… ever. I think it’s something you have to really get into from the beginning and I just don’t have time!” Though she may not have to crush on David Archuleta, she does find time for some ballroom dancing. “I did vote for ‘Dancing With the Stars’,” she tells the mag. Maybe if her dad shows up on “Idol,” she’ll start tuning in.

Nicole & Tom Get Neighborly: Nicole Kidman and Keith Urban just scored a new home down the road from Tom Cruise and Katie Holmes in Brentwood, reports Us Weekly. The couple reportedly paid $7 million for a 5,600 square-feet five-bedroom home with lush lawns, koi ponds and a view of the Los Angeles skyline. That neighborhood block party might be a little awkward this year.

Anna Nicole, The Opera?: In news that should send shivers down the spines of opera lovers everywhere, an Anna Nicole Smith opera is in the works for 2010, reports AOL News. The Anna opera is being penned by Richard Thomas, the same guy who brought us the “Jerry Springer: The Opera.” We can only dream about the day when a Britney, Lindsay Paris opera hits the stage…we think Paris should get the viking hat.

Olsen Twins Masked: In a strange move, even by Olsen standards, Mary-Kate and Ashley Olsen showed up at the wedding of stylist Estee Stanley on Saturday night wearing white masks, Us Weekly reports. No word from the JabbaWockeeZ on how they feel about the twins stealing their “Dance Crew” look.

Jamie Lynn’s Wal-Mart Birthday: If you’re famous, have your own TV show, and are the younger sister of Britney Spears, one would assume you’d have a lavish birthday celebration. But apparently, that’s not the case if you’re Jamie Lynn Spears. The mom-to-be spent her 17th birthday at Ruby Tuesday followed by a little shopping at Wal-Mart, People reports. Nothing says, “Happy Birthday,” like discount department store shopping.

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