Natalie Portman: 'Everyone wants to see' a lesbian sex scene; Jenn Sterger calls the NFL a sexist organization

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Everyone loves a lesbian sex scene -- or so says Natalie Portman. The "Black Swan" star spills, "Everyone was so worried about who was going to want to see this movie. I remember them being like, 'How do you get guys to a ballet movie? How do you get girls to a thriller?' And the answer is a lesbian scene. Everyone wants to see that." Jury's out on whether her steamy scene with Mila Kunis was the main draw for the dark thriller, but Portman's role is sure to garner her an Oscar nod. [ EW

Remember those diaries you kept as a teenager? Wouldn't it be totally embarrassing to look back on them now? Well, thanks to some dumpster diver, Amy Winehouse's diary entries were scooped up from a trash can in London. The singer's rep confirms "Yes, they are her's. They got thrown out by mistake and she's in the process of getting them back now." In the 2001 scrawlings, the "Rehab" singer reminds herself to "get teeth fixed," "buy car" and most importantly, "live like the bombshell I really am." There are also lyrics to early songs titled "Find someone with whom I can come undone," and "Drain my drink & order more." Anyone else noticing a pattern here? [ People

Jenn Sterger, the woman on the receiving end of Brett Favre's famous photo op, is calling the NFL a sexist organization. Sterger's lawyer released a statement on Wednesday (Dec. 29) saying, "We strongly disagree with his conclusion that there was insufficient evidence to support a violation of the policy ... Today's decision is an affront to all females and shows once again that, despite tough talk, the NFL remains the good old boys' league." Favre was fined by the league for failure to cooperate in the investigation, but was not found to be in violation of any workplace rules. [ TMZ

Model, actress and heiress Lydia Hearst-Shaw made headlines when "Dogs in Pocketbooks" screenwriter Charles Casillo announced that she would be portraying a Lindsay Lohan type character in his (maybe happening) film. Hearst-Shaw is setting the record straight, saying "Just so we're all clear, my hair is red because I am the new face of Schwarzkopf color. I am a model. I dyed my hair to front the campaign." She continues, "As for any theatrical roles I am currently filming Two Jacks ... My next project is Catwalk ... At this time I am not officially signed onto any other projects. Thank you." Looks like the Lohan's can cool their jets with the legal threats for a little while longer. [ Us Magazine
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