Scoop: Did Paris make diva demands?

Did Paris Hilton request the diva treatment on a movie set, where she had only a bit part? According to Page Six, the heir-head stunned producers of the comedy “The Other Guys” when she demanded VIP treatment just for a one-day gig.

“Paris has a cameo role in the movie, where she plays herself. It is all being kept very hush-hush,” a source said. “But the producers were shocked when her team handed them a three-page list of demands — including live lobsters to be prepared fresh when she’s ready to eat and a bottle of Grey Goose vodka — all for just one day on the set.

“All celebrities are typically offered riders, but it seemed excessive for just one day’s work playing herself. She was due to fly to New York to film in secret last week.”

“This is totally ridiculous and untrue,” the socialite’s rep fired back.

We believe it — can you picture Paris eating, much less something as messy as lobster?

Stamos: Fully Soused

Remember that wacky Australian talk-show appearance John Stamos made a couple of years ago?

Well, the actor has finally admitted that his spin-control statements about being “jet-lagged” were bogus.

The real cause of the former “Full House” star's wacky behavior? Yup, exactly what you suspected.

“I'll be honest: When I went on that morning show, I was drunk,” the actor proclaimed to “The Advocate.” “Yes, I was on sleeping pills and I was jet-lagged, but I was also just plastered.”

John also claims it wasn't his decision to fudge the truth.

“I never said I wasn't [drunk], but that whole Warner Bros. publicity machine got involved and said, 'Just say he was jet-lagged,'” he explained. “I said, 'No, tell 'em the truth! I was [expletive] drunk in Australia. Big deal.'”

This is the kind of candor we appreciate from celebs! Hey, better late than never.

Solo George

George Clooney has opened up about his notorious unwillingness to wed. Well, kind of.

The actor – a bachelor since the demise of a brief late-'80s marriage – tells the U.K.'s Daily Mirror he doesn't look to relationships for fulfillment.

“I've had some absolutely great relationships and some not-so-great relationships,” the former “ER” star explains. “I've been in some relationships where I've felt terribly alone. Just because you're with someone it doesn't mean you're incredibly happy and complete.”

Wonder how George's new girlfriend, Elisabetta Canalis, feels about her beau's reluctance to commit? Most likely, she just figures that when it comes to George Clooney, it's better to have loved and lost him than never to have dated him at all.

Khloe: Kashing In?

Khloe Kardashian has expressed outrage about claims that her marriage to Lamar Odom isn't (yet) official.

But TMZ maintains that the couple's wedding was not legally binding, and won't be until after they ink a prenuptial agreement. And for those of you rooting for the lovebirds, that could be happening very soon.

According to the paparazzi site, the putative newlyweds' lawyers have reached a verbal agreement on the terms of their financial arrangement.

Allegedly, the L.A. Laker, who is contracted to make $33 million over the next four years, will keep all his earnings. However, he'll be supplying the benjamins to their joint bank account, and Khloe will get an annual lump sum that will not increase regardless of how many years they remain man and wife. They're reportedly likely to sign the deal this week.

How romantic! Who doesn't remember the first time their lawyers reached a verbal agreement with their true love's lawyers?

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