—Playboy mogul Hugh Hefner is slamming reports that claim he condones Tiger Woods' behavior. "There are two great, false rumors this week on the Internet related to me," the 83-year-old says. "One is that I'm dead. The other one is the notion that I somehow approved of [Woods'] behavior because I said that I was not surprised by it. But I don't approve of it. I just was not surprised." [Fox News]
–Motorcross pro Carey Hart is proving his love for his wife Pink — in ink! Hart, who married the singer in 2006, Twittered a pic of the Day of the Dead-style tribute in her likeness on his leg Saturday. [PopEater]
–Would you take relationship advice from former New York governor Eliot Spitzer's call girl? The New York Post is willing to — and they've given Ashley Dupre her own weekly column to tell all. In the former escort's first Q&A? How to tell if a man isn't happy in his marriage and what to do if your girlfriend says she doesn't like porn. [Perez Hilton]
–Viva Glam indeed! Lady Gaga and Cyndi Lauper have teamed up for a new ad for MAC Cosmetics' spring 2010 campaign, and will market their own shade of lipstick available starting next March. [Huffington Post]
–Roman Polanski is being held on house arrest in Switzerland as he awaits extradition to the U.S. for having sex with a 13-year-old in the '70s, but that doesn't mean he's out of work. The 76-year-old filmmaker's new project, The Ghost Writer, has been picked up by New Moon backers Summit Entertainment for release early next year. [OMG]
–MTV's afternoon celeb talk and music show, It's On With Alexa Chung, will air its final episode this Thursday. The 26-year-old British host — who has interviewed Gerard Butler, Cameron Diaz, and Daniel Radcliffe during the show's two-season run — is still under contract with the network until the spring. [Just Jared]
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