Tom Cruise’s attorney, Bert Fields, has added another denial to the denouncements of that Vanity Fair piece about Cruise's alleged wife-interviewing process. In a statement to The Hollywood Reporter, he said, “Vanity Fair’s story is essentially a rehash of tired old lies previously run in the supermarket tabloids, quoting the same bogus ‘sources,’” he said. “It’s long, boring and false.” (The Hollywood Reporter)
Pippa Middleton — who is visiting New York to meet with book publishers and also, apparently, to play ping-pong with hotelier Andre Balazs — attended a U.S. Open match Tuesday as a guest of Roger Federer. (New York Post)
Bob Barker was not asked to participate in a “Price is Right” 40th anniversary special. He says they chose to ignore him “which is fine.” Doesn’t sound fine. (Associated Press)
Peruse these photos of and tweets from the celebrities at the Democratic National Convention, including Wayne Knight (clearly representing the views of U.S. postal workers) and a protest sign-holding Rosario Dawson. (Washington Post)
Wes Scantlin, frontman for the Puddle of Mudd, was arrested Tuesday at an Austin, Tex., airport for allegedly getting into a drunken argument with a flight attendant. (TMZ)
A musical version of “Flashdance” is heading to Broadway. The producers of the show say they have “substantially rewritten and completely restaged” the version of the play that ran in London two years ago. That doesn’t mean they got rid of the off-the-shoulder sweatshirts, though, right? Because if it does, I’m not buying a ticket. (Associated Press)
Who’s up for watching a bad lip reading of “Twilight”? Anyone? It’s right here.