A morning mix of entertainment headlines...

Ashton Kutcher and Demi Moore in 2009. (Lois Raimondo/The Washington Post)

David Boreanaz says in a new interview that cheating on his wife Jaime Bergman with onetime Tiger Woods paramour (and the now married) Rachel Uchitel was actually a “bonding experience, in the long run” between him and Bergman. (Us)

Mikey Welsh, former bassist for Weezer, was discovered dead on Sunday in a Chicago hotel. The cause is unknown; his sad demise comes two weeks after he tweeted: “Dreamt I died in Chicago next weekend (heart attack in my sleep).” (BlogPost)

Zsa Zsa Gabor is recovering from her latest health setback. She was rushed to the hospital on Saturday after a tube in her stomach became loose and caused internal bleeding, which led her to slip into unconsciousness. Husband and possible L.A. mayoral candidate Frederic Prinz von Anhalt called his wife “a fighter” and said he was optimistic about her recovery. (Associated Press)

Christina Aguilera, Jamie Foxx, Beyonce and Cee-Lo Green were among the stars who performed at a Michael Jackson tribute concert over the weekend in Wales. Jackson’s three children — Paris, Prince Michael and Blanket, also came onstage to thank the crowd and introduce Beyonce. (Zap2It)

Justin Bieber’s decision to get a haircut cost the Bridge Direct, manufacturer of the Justin Bieber doll, $10,000, as they had to change the doll-Bieber’s hair during mid-production on this year’s model (which also features new fashions and accessories!). But don’t feel too badly for the company. The original Bieber dolls earned more than $100 million. (CNN Money)

Julia Roberts as an evil queen and Hugh Jackman as Harry Potter, after the jump.

Danny Glover fires up L.A. Occupy protestors with his oratory. “We don’t need weekend warriors,” he told the crowd Saturday. “we need 24/7 warriors.” (LAist)

This is what Julia Roberts looks like as the Evil Queen in the Relativity Media take on the “Snow White” tale. (Entertainment Weekly)

In case you missed “Saturday Night Live,” Hugh Jackman showed up and pretended to be Daniel Radcliffe :

And host Ben Stiller reprised his role as Derek Zoolander in a Weekend Update sketch with the always delightful Stefon.