By Paige Ferrari
After a year of living under father Jamie Spears' conservatorship, Britney Spears is ready to take back control of her life. TMZ reports that Jamie is expected to ask the court to review his conservatorship and potentially to undo its terms, giving Britney back full control of her life once the Circus tour ends.
Break out the Cheetos and Red Bull, y'all. This is going to be fun. (Socialite Life)
Mischa Barton's health may be improving, but producers of her model TV drama "The Beautiful Life" are reportedly uncertain she'll be back on set. They're said to be "quietly recasting" Mischa's role as an "experienced but fading" supermodel. (Celebitchy)
Kiefer Sutherland won't be charged for allegedly head-butting fashion designer Jack McCollough at the Met Costume Gala. See, Jack Bauer always gets out of a pinch! (People)
Sienna Miller got a little testy after a radio host asked her about her relationship with Balthazar Getty. Specifically, she called the guy a "douchebag" and told him to "p— off." We're not sure this is going to help reform her bad-girl image. (UK Sun)
The National Enquirer reports that Pete Wentz and Ashlee Simpson are fighting because Pete wants Ashlee to have another baby.
We're with Pete here, because the world — and Papa Joe Simpson's management company — can never have enough little Simpsons. (Celebitchy)
Katherine Heigl says the first day back on the "Grey's Anatomy" set was "cruel and mean." We know you're joking, Katherine, but after last year's Emmy debacle you might want to stick to making glowing comments about your workplace. (Celebitchy)
In a recent interview, Meredith Vieira asked Barack Obama hard-hitting questions, like: What was up with those terrible mom jeans he wore at the All-Star Game?
Answer: Barack Obama wears hiked-up, light-rinse jeans because he's president of the United States, not a Jonas brother. (E! Online)
TV personality Brittny Gastineau says she was just joking around with Sacha Baron Cohen's Bruno character when she talked trashed about Jamie-Lynn Spears' unborn baby. Keep the classy abortion jokes coming, Britt. (Page Six)
For the August issue of Vanity Fair, celebs like John Krasinski, Josh Duhamel, Mila Kunis and others teamed up to recreate iconic scenes from Depression-era films. (Hey, tough times call for tough-time-themed photo shoots!)
Check out some of the photos at VanityFair.com. (VF)