Kimora Lee gets uncomfortably honest about weight loss. Jessica Simpson uses her boobs to get out of parking tickets. 94-year-old Zsa Zsa Gabor may be a mother again. TGIFriday gossip.

  • Baby Phat designer and professional glamorpuss Kimora Lee explains how she lost 25 pounds: "I have shed the fat by not eating." Honesty! I find this refreshing. She then lists a few euphemisms for "starvation": "But I don't like to tell the kids that so they think they shouldn't eat. No, I watch my portions, and I eat leaner proteins and vegetables and stuff like that." Weight-loss diets are always, at their core, about starvation: You consume few enough calories to prod your body into eating itself. (Hopefully it eats the roll on your belly first, but usually the boobs go first. It's the Murphy's Law of weight loss: The fat you hate most is always the hardest fat to get rid of; the fat you do not mind will melt off immediately.)

    Kimora then offers a blind item about a night out with "two famous sisters," "young reality stars": "When a bunch of burgers were being passed around. I went to grab one and the two of them looked shocked. They said, 'We don't eat.' Then after I grabbed a burger, they said they were joking but I knew they weren't!" Kardashians, obviously, but which two? The 13-year-old. Totally the 13-year-old. [Popeater, image via Getty]
  • Courteney Cox and David Arquette are officially using the mainstream media for couples therapy: Following David's confession that he attempted to seduce Courteney at Disneyland and failed, Courteney went on the Late Show with David Letterman and said, "Dude, that's not really for anyone to know." As for the fabled seduction, "He hit pretty hard. And I said, 'No more fast pass right now. Not that ride!'" [Us]
  • Jessica Simpson's "best accessory": Her breasts. "Now I can make my way in and out of parking tickets: Show the girls and give a wink!" Does she mean speeding tickets, or does she lurk around her parked car waiting for meter maids, then run up and yank down her top? [People]
  • Steve Tyler gave a paparazzo the finger while eating lunch in Beverly Hills. He really likes doing that, doesn't he? [Celebslam]

Sad Charlie Sheen ex Brooke Mueller tried to pawn a men's watch (from Charlie's collection?) and stereo yesterday. She might have fallen off the wagon. Or she might just be broke. Or both. [TMZ]

  • Speaking of Charlie Sheen, Warner Brothers sent a legal letter to his lawyer, demanding he STFU with the lie about returning to Two and a Half Men. "There have been no discussions, there are no discussions, and there will be no discussions regarding his return." Charlie responded by insisting that Warner Brothers does want him back. Let's resolve this by sending a legal letter to both parties to STFU forever, about everything. [TMZ, TMZ]
  • Here's a nitpicky compilation of everything Catherine Zeta-Jones has ever said that might have hinted about her bipolar disorder. [NYP]
  • According to Zsa Zsa Gabor's playboy trophy husband Prince Frederic von Anhalt, the bedridden 94-year-old may soon be a mother again "using an egg donor, artificial insemination, and a surrogate mother." Frederic, age 67, is already screening donors and surrogates, but since Zsa Zsa is too ill to interact much with a child, and will likely die early in its life (if not before its birth) how much motherhood can she really fit in? CNN's report makes it sound like Prince Fred is the one who wants a child and involving Zsa Zsa even nominally allows him to indulge some strange, heartbreaking fantasy that Zsa Zsa will never die. Or, in the words of Zsa Zsa's 64-year-old daughter Francesca Hilton, "That's just weird." The Prince lies a lot, so who knows. [CNN]
  • Full House middle child Jodie Sweetin hasn't told her 3-year-old or 8-year-old daughters about her meth addiction, yet. Do you have to tell your kids about that stuff? At what age is it appropriate? Around the time they're old enough to read her addiction memoir? If it were me, I'd just keep those kids illiterate forever, but I have issues with avoidance. [People]
  • Speaking of marginal mothers, one of the Teen Moms pleaded guilty to possession of drug paraphernalia. It'll only take 24 hours of community service to clear her record, though. [TMZ]