—Madonna eats carbs? The Material Girl is rolling up her sleeves in the kitchen in a cleavage-bearing set of new ads for Dolce & Gabbana's spring/summer 2010 campaign. debuting this week in Italian Vanity Fair. In the photo set, shot by famed photog Stephen Klein, the singer washes dishes and downs a plate of pasta at a dining room table. [Just Jared]
–Looks like Nicole Kidman needs a new makeup artist! In what we hope won't become 2010's newest makeup trend, the Nine star walked the red carpet at the film's New York City premiere with white powder on her eyes and nose. [Wonderwall]
–As 2009 draws to a close, YouTube is releasing a list of its most-watched viral videos. Among them: The New Moon trailer, viewed 31 million times, a Minnesota couple's dance down the aisle to Chris Brown's "Forever" (33 million views) and our personal favorite, "David After Dentist," a two-minute clip of eight-year-old David DeVore hopped up on novocaine, viewed 37 million times. [Perez Hilton]
—Marie Antoinette director Sofia Coppola is set to welcome her second child with partner of four years, Thomas Mars. The 38-year-old daughter of Francis Ford Coppola is already the mother of a 3-year-old daughter, Romy. [Celebrity Baby Scoop]
—Sex and the City's Sarah Jessica Parker admits that she didn't expect twins when an Ohio surrogate mother helped her and hubby Matthew Broderick expand their brood in June. "We didn't want twins but we wanted a bigger family and this is what we got," the actress says. "It's a blessing…but it couldn't be more different." [PopEater]
–The seventh season of Project Runway will return to its New York City roots when the series returns on Lifetime next month. In a series first, none of the wannabe designers are from fashion meccas New York and Los Angeles. [TVGuide.com]
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