A representative for the Whigham Funeral Home has denied it supplied a photo of Whitney Houston in her casket to the National Enquirer: “We don't like it because it implicates us. ... Whitney was a personal friend to me and my family. We would not do that.” (E!)
Mary Beth Wright, the publisher of the Enquirer, told Fox she thinks the cover is “beautiful.” She declined to reveal where the tabloid obtained the photo. (Fox)
The Weinstein Company lost an appeal with the MPAA to change the rating of documentary “Bully” from R to PG-13 by one vote. The company had planned to screen the film for school-age children. Watch a trailer for the film here. Fair warning: It’s a heartbreaker. (EW)
Paris Hilton has released a new spoken word single called, “Drunk Text.” If you hate your ears, listen to it at the link. (People)
Idris Elba will play Nelson Mandela in a film version of the South African leader’s autobiography, “Long Walk To Freedom.” (Vulture)
Zac Efron is all grown up, after the jump.
“Saturday Night Live’s” Abby Elliott has landed the lead in a Fox comedy pilot, “Ben Fox Is My Manny,” and will probably leave the NBC show if the sitcom gets picked up. (THR)
Listen to Don Draper’s answering machine message recorded in Hungarian below. (via BWE)