A mix of the morning’s entertainment headlines...
Carson Kressley has been eliminated from “Dancing With the Stars.” (TV Column)
Lindsay Lohan is heading into court Wednesday for a routine probation hearing. A city prosecutor will ask that the actress be returned to jail over some community service issues, the Associated Press reports.
Danny Masterson and Bijou Phillips tied the knot Tuesday in Ireland. (People)
President Obama doesn’t like it when daughters Sasha and Malia watch “Keeping Up With the Kardashians.” Michelle Obama isn’t worried, as long as they learn “the right lessons, like, that was crazy.” (Lifeline)
Chord Overstreet is returning to “Glee.” (TvLine)
An unidentified actress has sued Amazon for revealing her age on IMDB. The suit says she’s “a 40-year-old Texas actress” of “Asian descent.” Ladies and gents, start your guessing! (GeekWire)
After the jump: Zachary Quinto talks about how he’s feeling after publicly revealing he’s gay, and Zach Braff does something funny.
Reese Witherspoon jokingly said she and Jennifer Aniston make out on the weekends. (Ace Showbiz)
Linda Cardellini, of “Freaks and Geeks” and later “ER” fame, is expecting her first chid. (Us Weekly)
James Marsden’s rep has denied that the actor is the father of January Jones’s baby, as a recent blind item had suggested. (The Blemish)
Zach Braff (remember him??) sent a funny tweet Monday: The text, “A picture of me screwing one of my fans...,”accompanied by the picture below. He’s back!
Zach Braff on WhoSay
Paris Jackson, 13, has been asked to join the Lingerie Football League, which is super gross. (TMZ)
Behold: Teenage Mutant Ninja Noses, a Tumblr that puts a ninja turtle faces on the noses of celebrities. (Tumblr)
Zachary Quinto is very touched by the support he’s received since coming out to New York Magazine: (Vulture)
“I mean, I guess I figured people would figure it out, hear about it, but I didn't know it would be, like, global news! I was like, What? It was really crazy to me. People from all over the world were reaching out to me on the Internet, on Twitter. Social media makes it a lot easier now. I'm just really honored and thrilled and grateful.”