Your Daily Dispatch of Celebrity Shenaningans
Tina Fey Would Welcome A Britney Guest Spot: With the success of her appearance on "How I Met Your Mother," Britney is the talk of the sitcom world. Tina Fey of "30 Rock" told Access Hollywood in a conference call with reporters that even though the hit NBC show tends to write guest spots with the actors already in mind, "We would love to work with Britney," Fey said when asked if Britney were to approach the show. "I’ve worked with her twice on 'Saturday Night Live' and she was very professional and nice." So what do you say Brit? You and Kenneth would make a great dynamic NBC page duo!
Jonas Brothers Too Much For 'Dancing': As if the Beatles had landed in the ballroom of "Dancing With The Stars," Jonas Brothers fans went crazy for Joe, Kevin, and Nick during their performance on Tuesday. "They said it was the loudest audience they ever had," Joe Jonas told People. "They had to tell people to calm down, which was cool." We promise next time we'll be more quiet.
'The Hills' Are Alive…Barely: Ever tried to watch "The Hills" with your grandparents? Now you finally can! Heavy.com has transcribed every episode of the MTV series from last season and found senior citizens to recreate your favorite "Hills" moments for a series called, "Over The Hills." There's nothing quite as hot as the sparks that fly between senior citizen versions of Spencer and Heidi.
Ryan Phillippe Open To More Marriage: When asked about the possibility of another marriage in his future, Ryan Phillippe told USA Today, "I can see doing it again, yeah. And I can certainly see possibly having children again. I'm pretty young, and there are many beautiful things about that idea of marriage and family. It just doesn't always work out perfect for everybody." As for whether or not he'd ever take a walk down the aisle again — possibly with Abbie Cornish? (his co-star in "Stop-Loss," to whom he's been romantically linked) "It's just something I would really rather not address," he told the paper. "It has to be a 'no comment.'" Sounds like someone is being a wee bit vague.
Mary-Kate Pub Crawls With The Commoners: Lower East Side bar-hoppers of NYC were surprised to see two black SUVs roll up to Orchard Street dive bar Sweet Paradise at 2 AM on Sunday and Mary-Kate Olsen and posse stream out, the NY Post reports. One half of the Olsen twins passed up the usual NYC hot spots to mix with the local hipsters. The newspaper overheard one bystander say, "An Olsen just went in there." When asked which sister headed into the bar, the witness replied, "I think it was the fat one." Ouch!