— Will Lea Michele and Cory Monteith end up belting out "Born in the USA?" A show insider claims that Bruce Springsteen, 61, is in talks to appear in a tribute episode of Glee later this season. "Bruce is such an all-American icon. We thought it would be great to get him on board," the insider revealed. "His music is loved by everyone and it has such potential to fit into the show." [MSNBC]
— Susan Sarandon will always have fond memories of ex Chris Sarandon — and not just because he was her only husband! "He was the first person I ever had sex with and my best friend. I married so young but took it very seriously; I never had that kind of free-love 1960s. I was slow to lose my virginity," the actress, 64, recently revealed. "In fact, throughout my life I've been with so few people; I'm one of those serial monogamists. I was never that wild, although I was a bit of a hippie chick. I think I probably still am a hippie chick." [Huffington Post]
— Daniel Radcliffe wants victims of anti-gay bullying to know that they aren't alone. "Learning about the suicide deaths of Tyler Clementi, Seth Walsh, Asher Walker, Billy Lucas and Justin Aaberg has been heartbreaking for me," the 21-year-old Harry Potter actor said. "We have a responsibility to be better to each other, and accept each others' differences regardless of sexual orientation, gender identity, race, ability or religion…When a friend is feeling depressed or says they're thinking of killing themselves, we must take it seriously and get them help." [Just Jared]
— Is Lindsay Lohan strapped for cash? A source close to the troubled 24-year-old says the actress is currently shopping around staged photos of herself in rehab at the Betty Ford Clinic. "Lindsay hasn't worked in so long that the only way she makes money now is from selling photographs," a friend of Lohan's says. "She can make an easy $30,000 to $40,000 a pop for a few hours work. However pictures of her in rehab getting better could sell for as much as $100,000." [Pop Eater]
— Susan Boyle has canceled her appearance on Dancing With the Stars. The 49-year-old Britain's Got Talent sensation pulled out of the performance due to a throat infection, a show rep tells TV Guide. Boyle previously appeared on the program in November 2009, just before her album, I Dreamed a Dream, was released. [OMG!]
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