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• Just as Jude Law is getting ready to play Hamlet on Broadway next month, his most recent baby mama, model Samantha Burke, has her lawyers offering up an exclusive interview and pics of their soon-to-be-born love child. Ah, there's nothing like milking a little publicity. [P6]
• Madonna bailed on Marc Jacobs' after-party at Hiro on Monday eve despite attending his show. Not to worry: Lindsay Lohan, Mischa Barton, and Rachel Zoe were all there, so there were plenty of people to stir up trouble. [NYDN]
• It looks like LiLo has made her 15-year-old sister, Ali, her new partner-in-crime when she goes out to party at night. We have a feeling this isn't going to end well. [MSNBC]
Michelle Williams opens up about Heath Ledger's death in Vogue's October issue: "After the first year, the pain is less intense; it's less immediate... But every time I really miss him and wonder where he's gone, I just look at [Matilda]," she tells the magazine. [Vogue]

• It's official: After her appearance on The View yesterday, Taylor Swift received a phone call apology from Kanye West. It's time we all moved on now, people. Let it go. [ABC News]
• Chris Brown seems to be missing his ex-love Rihanna big-time: "My heart is incomplete... the part that is complete is my love for fans, career, friends, family, God. But I'm missing someone or something," he wrote on Twitter. Would it be wrong to think, "Well, you should've thought of that before you..."? [Sun]
• Megan Fox has a wicked temper, she admits in a new interview for the October issue of Rolling Stone, and she sometimes loses it on her on-again-off-again boyfriend Brian Austin Green: "I'd never own a gun for that reason... I wouldn't shoot to kill. But I would shoot him in the leg, for sure." Watch your back, David Silver. [P6]
• Season nine of Dancing With the Stars hasn't even premiered yet, and former House Majority Leader Tom DeLay may already be sidelined with a "pre-stress fracture." This sounds suspiciously like a fake injury. Just saying. [People]
Rudy Giuliani's former gay roommate, car dealer Howard Koeppel, says the former mayor won't be running for governor next year. Let's hope so. [P6]
• Kirsten Dunst isn't fazed by the dangers of smoking near gas pumps. She was ripping butts right next to a gas tank at Alexander Wang's after-party at the Mobil gas station on 10th Avenue and 15th Street the other night. Apparently, she never saw Zoolander. [P6]
• Don't expect to be friending George Clooney any time soon. "I'd rather have a rectal examination on live TV by a fellow with cold hands than have a Facebook page," he reportedly said at the Toronto Film Festival. [P6]
• On Democratic primary day, Mayor Bloomberg filmed a scene with Matt Damon outside City Hall for the upcoming flick, The Adjustment Bureau. [NYP]
• Gorgeous Broadway power couple Idina Menzel and Taye Diggs have released a photo of their two-week old son, Walker. Ford Models should just go ahead and sign that kid right now. [People]
• Ed Westwick just got two new tats: a feather on his left arm and a pinup girl on his right arm. He already has "I Heart Romance" inked on one of his forearms, "Heartbreak Hotel" on his chest, and "You Make Me Feel Like the One" on his shoulder. Um, when did Chuck Bass get so emo? [CelebrityTruth]