So wrong: While Billy Joel wonders if his third wife is cheating, and Bruce Springsteen's wife ponders whether he destroyed a marriage, Heidi Montag and Spencer Pratt prepare for a second blissful wedding.

  • Bruce Springsteen was named as the "other man" in a New Jersey divorce. Between that and 2006 allegations he had an affair with a 9/11 widow, the singer felt obliged to say he still loves his wife. He called the allegation "unfounded and ugly," reiterating a statement from 2006. [People]
  • Billy Joel's third wife Katie Lee tends to stay in the couple's New York apartment, while Joel likes to stay home in Long Island. Lee also likes to spend a lot of time with an attractive 36-year-old designer from Israel, Yigal Azrouel, who Joel assumed was gay. Turns out he's not. Frantic speculation ensues, made all the more complicated by the fact that the wife is less than half Joel's age, and who can tell what kids these days are thinking? About anything? [Gatecrasher]
  • Fresh off the Samantha Ronson breakup she keeps calling a "break" or whatever, Lindsay Lohan got a new tattoo with her sister. She also died her hair again, for the second time in as many days, with Drew Barrymore. (Its last known color was red, but no one knows the color of the last dye job. MYSTERY.) She was friendly on numerous occasions, to strangers. Given that everyone was expecting complete mental and physical collapse, this was a banner day.
  • Oh, except Stevie Nicks freaked out when the New York Times mentioned how Lohan might play the Fleetwood Mac singer in a biopic: "Over my dead body. She needs to stop doing drugs and get a grip. Then maybe we’ll talk." [Times]
  • If Madonna has to lodge in Africa to get her hands on that poor Malawi girl, then, by scale of dragon, by tooth of wolf, she shall conjure a house. Her spells should be more powerful over such short ranges anyway. [Sun]
  • Heidi Montag and Spencer Pratt and getting married for reals this time, not like the fake one in Mexico. That was "for cameras," whereas this one is "for The Hills," a reality show that involves no cameras of any sort, since it's recorded through magic by an approving (and obsessed) God. [E!]