• Despite the writers' strike, Stephen Colbert and Jon Stewart announced that they will resume work on their shows as of Jan. 7, although without their writers. Thank goodness — we missed our fake news. — BuzzSugar
  • Apparently Pamela Anderson filed for divorce from Rick Salomon after her new husband flipped out because she spent a night partying with Criss Angel. We'll never get what women see in either of those men. —Page Six
  • Nick Lachey and his Cincinnati choir won the Clash of the Choirs last night, raising $250,000 for a children's hospital in the choir's hometown. That's a great holiday surprise. — AP
  • Former American Idol finalist Jessica Sierra, who is currently in jail facing a trial for drug, alcohol, and battery charges, is pregnant. Those Idol alums sure know how to keep themselves in the news. — TMZ
  • Because of the findings of an independent review, the LA County Sheriff's department has concluded that Mel Gibson received preferential treatment during his 2006 DUI arrest, and three employees have been disciplined. It's nice to know attempts are being made to treat celebrities more like regular people in the eyes of the law. — People
  • David Spade has donated $100,000 to Brad Pitt's Make It Right charity, which is trying to build 150 homes in a hurricane-ravaged part of New Orleans. We always knew that he was a sweetheart deep down. — TMZ