While you were sleeping
Good to see J.lo's keeping it modest "J. Lo's got a swanky new bachelorette pad! In late August, Jennifer Lopez, 42, purchased an $18 million mansion in the Water Mill area of The Hamptons, New York. The 14,000-square foot home features seven bedrooms and nine and half baths. Built in 2010 by architect Richard Perrillo of East End Builders, the shingle-style home sits on two acres of land and is surrounded by water. Other amenities include heated marble floors in the master bath, several walk-in closets, a formal dining room, a library with white oak paneling, seven fireplaces, a media room, dockage on Mecox Bay and a pool. The property also boasts a first floor guest suite with garden views, an elevator and an attached three-car garage. The American Idol judge - currently shooting the movie Parker in Palm Beach, Florida - won't be settling into her new digs with three-year-old twins Max and Emme just yet. "She is moving in in a few months," a source tells Us Weekly."
Dane Cook lands TV deal Deadline: "Dane Cook is heading to NBC to headline his own network comedy series. Amid interest from multiple networks, the actor-comedian has signed a development deal with NBC for a half-hour project targeted for next fall. Cook will star in the comedy and produce through his SUperFInger Entertainment banner. Cook is the second top stand-up comedian with cable TV roots to develop and star in a comedy for NBC eyed for next season, along with Sarah Silverman. NBC also has a new freshman comedy created by/starring comedian Whitney Cummings. Cook most recently guest starred on the FX comedy Louie last month in a much-talked-about episode where he and series star Louis CK put to rest the so-called joke-stealing controversy. While he has largely stayed away from broadcast TV until now, Cook’s first screen credit was a recurring role on the short-lived ABC comedy series Maybe This Time some 15 years ago."
Scarlett doesn't want you to see her nekkid Reuters: "Actress Scarlett Johansson on Wednesday spoke out for the first time since leaked nude photos of her appeared on several websites, saying that being a celebrity does not give others the right to invade her privacy. Earlier this month, the "Iron Man 2" star joined the growing list of Hollywood celebrities, including "High School Musical" actress Vanessa Hudgens and "Friends With Benefits" star Mila Kunis, who have had private photos leaked online at the hands of hackers. In an interview with CNN, Johansson said celebrities are no different than anyone else when it comes to the right of privacy. "Just because you're an actor or make films or whatever doesn't mean you're not entitled to your own personal privacy ... if that is sieged in some way, it feels unjust. It feels wrong," said Johansson. The actress said life in the spotlight - and in this case, asserting herself in instances where her privacy has been invaded -- can be a struggle. "It's an adjustment, but I think there are certain instances where you give a lot of yourself and finally you have to kind of put your foot down and say, 'Oh wait, I'm taking it back.'"
Thank God. I was really worried "Holly Madison is doing what's in her breast, er best, interest. The reality star recently took out a $1 million insurance policy on her breasts with Lloyd's of London insurance company, she confirmed to People exclusively. Madison, 31, said she did it to protect herself and others who appear in her Las Vegas production, Peepshow. "I've heard about people getting body parts insured and I thought, why not?, because if anything happened to my boobs, I'd be out for a few months and I'd probably be out a million dollars," she said. "I thought I'd cover my assets."