Ian Ziering and his wife Erin are the parents of a daughter, Mia Loren Ziering, who was born Monday in Los Angeles. It’s the couple’s first child. (People)

Media outlets report that Lily Allen is “outraged” about Joss Stone getting an invite to the royal wedding while she was left off the guest list. Said reports are based on a tweet, which Allen says was a joke. (Daily Mirror)

Oh my god, if I get one more tweet about not being invited to the royal wedding. IT WAS A JOKE you humourless fools, now run along.less than a minute ago via Mobile Web Favorite Retweet Replylilyroseallen

Another contestant was eliminated from “Dancing With the Stars.” It looked dangerously close to being Ralph Macchio but it ended up being this guy. (TV Column)

Matthew Morrison says a “Glee” character will die before the season ends. Naturally, he doesn’t say who. ( Digital Spy )

Beyonce gets sued and Megan Fox attempts to lose a tattoo, after the jump.

Software developer Gate Five has filed a lawsuit against Beyonce Knowles, claiming that she bailed on plans to create a “Just Dance”-style video game inspired by her hits. The company is seeking $100 million for what it describes as “a bad faith breach of contract so callous that, on what appeared to be a whim, she destroyed Gate Five’s business and drove 70 people into unemployment, the week before Christmas.” (Vulture)

A new “Terminator” movie is being shopped to studios. Arnold Schwarzenegger? Yeah, he’ll be back. (LA Times’s 24 Frames)

Megan Fox may be in the process of lasering away her Marilyn Monroe tattoo. (Daily Mail)

Melissa Farman, who appeared in HBO’s “Temple Grandin,” will play Bristol Palin in HBO’s “Game Change.” (The Hollywood Reporter)

The Carbonite iPhone case: for the person who wants to be reminded of a frozen Steve Jobs looking like Han Solo every time his or her phone rings. (Pop2It)

Empire magazine offers this list of movie wedding mistakes Prince William and Kate Middleton should avoid. It’s kind of hard to imagine them having the same issues that arose in “Monster in Law.” (Empire)