Get ready for another round of J. Lo baby rumors.
A source says that Jennifer Lopez and Marc Anthony have been doing “tons of shopping” for baby clothes lately.
“He was at Fred Segal [on Melrose Ave. in Los Angeles] last week and bought a Guys Infant Gear diaper bag for $120,” says a source. “He said something that made it pretty clear that it wasn’t a gift — that he intended to use it — but I don’t want to repeat it or he’ll know who talked to you.”
The source says that the couple has been buying other pricey baby gear as well. Lopez was widely rumored to be pregnant last year; her rep couldn’t be reached for comment.
Psychiatry blame gameDoes Tom Cruise’s religion believe that psychiatry is responsible for the Sept. 11 terrorist attacks?
That’s the impression one visitor got after he visited the Los Angeles Scientology museum, "Psychiatry: An Industry of Death."
Scientology abhors psychiatry as well as psychiatric drugs, and the museum’s recent opening was attended by a slew of Hollywood Scientology celebs, including Lisa Marie Presley and Jenna Elfman.
Quoting an exhibit that claims “suicide bombers are … assassins manufactured through drugs and psycho-political methods,” Andrew Gumble writes on LACityBeat that the museum “all but asserts that psychiatry is responsible for everything evil in the world” including the terrorist attacks.
A spokeswoman for the museum dismisses Gumble’s account.
“He came in with some chick who started jumping up and down, shouting ‘Yahoo! Ritalin saved my life! So I think he’s hardly unbiased,” Marla Filidei of the Citizens Commission of Human Rights International — which bills itself as a “watchdog group sponsored by Scientology” — told The Scoop. “We invite people to come in and judge for themselves.”
Notes from all overPink’s video for “Stupid Girls” pokes fun at her rivals, including Paris Hilton and Jessica Simpson, sources say. “If you see it, it’s obvious,” according to one viewer, that Pink mocks Hilton for her sex video and Simpson for her video of “These Boots Are Made For Walking.” She also takes on exploits of some of her other contemporaries. . . . Victoria Beckham wants to start writing kiddie lit, like her buddy Madonna. . . . Memo to Gwyneth Paltrow: when you give little Apple a sister or brother, consider looking outside the fruit bowl for a name. Peaches, the daughter of Bob Geldof and Paula Yates, has made an appeal to celebs and non-celebs alike to stop giving their children weird names, according to Australia’s The Advertiser. “I hate ridiculous names,” she says. “My weird name has haunted me all my life.”
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