Lindsay Lohan. (Giuseppe Aresu/AP)

Lohan’s pictorial will be revealed next week on “The Ellen DeGeneres Show,” a rather odd choice. (The Insider)

In more Lohan news, Star magazine supposedly got hold of Lohan’s private journals, which describe how much she was in love with Heath Ledger when he died. “He was the love of my life,” she wrote in one entry, published on Radar. “He taught me so much, and he was everything I’ve ever wanted and more.” (Radar Online)

“Survivor” host Jeff Propst got hitched Monday to actress Lisa Ann Russell, who I feel obligated to tell you was once married to Mark-Paul Gosselaar aka Zack Morris. (People)

On the other end of the romance spectrum, Ashlee Simpson and Pete Wentz’s divorce has been finalized. (TMZ)

“The Office’s” Mindy Kaling will write, executive produce and provide a voice for a new NBC cartoon because, you know, she’s just good like that. (Vulture)

Ryan Seacrest continues his quest for world domination, after the jump.

Ryan Seacrest is reportedly in talks to replace Matt Lauer on the “Today” show should the anchor leave next year. Soon, there will be nowhere to hide. (WSJ)

Are Justin Bieber and Selena Gomez engaged because the latter is wearing a diamond ring? Nope! (Gossip Cop)

It seems more than a few of you out there in Internet land watched the premiere of MTV’s extremely questionable reality show, “Teen Mom 2.” 4.2 million of you, to be exact. (EW)

Courtney Stodden and Doug Hutchison have reportedly turned down an offer to star in the VH1 reality show, “Relationship Rehab,” a move I’m sure will make many people very happy. (Radar)

Kris Humphries has filmed an episode of the show “Man Caves.” While said man cave was originally supposed to be a refuge from wife, Kim Kardashian, it is now a room to celebrate his bachelorhood for obvious reasons. (TMZ)

Hey new “ Dragon Tattoo ” naysayers: Noomi Rapace, the original movie Lisbeth Salander, says she “will definitely see” the new film: “I think [David Fincher’s] incredible.” So there! (E!)

Here’s a video of Brad Pitt recreating a scene from David Lynch’s “Eraserhead” as part of the New York Times awesome “Touch of Evil” video gallery. Click the link to see George Clooney, Ryan Gosling and many other great performers act as film villains. (NYT)