Scoop! Hey, hey, hey, Janice dishes on Bill Cosby

Janice Dickinson doesn’t have nice things to say about most people, and you can include Bill Cosby on that list.

The self-proclaimed “world’s first supermodel” and former “America’s Next Top Model” judge says that she was asked to tone down a section in her 2002 book, “No Lifeguard on Duty: The Accidental Life of the World’s First Supermodel,” in which she details an incident where Cosby tried and failed to lure her into his hotel room. Dickinson claims she had dinner with The Cos and after the meal the comedian pulled the ol’ “you owe me” excuse.

While promoting her new book, “Check Please! Dating, Mating and Extricating,” on Howard Stern’s satellite radio show, Dickinson called Cosby a “bad guy” who preys on vulnerable women.

“He doesn’t want to discuss it,” Cosby’s reptold MSNBC.

Jessica doesn’t sleep with the fishes

Jessica Alba is so hot that even dolphins wanna get with her.

The “Sin City” star says that while filming the 1995 TV series “Flipper,” the dolphins were always hitting on her.

“Dolphins get excited, even when you are a human being,” Alba told MTV.com. “I sort of requested female dolphins after that because those are horny little [dolphins].”

Of course, it wasn’t enough that Alba was sexually harassed by dolphins. Her friends had to give her a hard time about it.

“[They] did dolphin-squeaking noises anytime they talked to me, which was pretty annoying,” the actress said.

Owen’s not-so-secret crush

Owen Wilson is crushing on Kate Hudson.

Wilson, who is reportedly dating fashion designer Donatella Versace’s niece Francesca, and Hudson, who is hitched to Black Crowes singer Chris Robinson, worked together on the upcoming comedy “You, Me and Dupree,” co-starring Matt Dillon.

“I think Matt and I both had a crush on her. You kinda can’t help it,” Wilson said, according to Ananova.com. “She’s hot, has a great sense of humor and is just plain cool.”

When Meg met the slow lane

Meg Ryan suffers from road rage.

A Los Angeles driver says the ’90s romantic comedy staple unleashes her dark side on the road.

The shocked driver told Star magazine that he was moving slowly in the right lane, looking for a parking space when “the next thing I know, Meg Ryan is telling me move it or else. She’s swearing at me, ‘Get out of my way!’ I was freaked!”

K-Fed: The Movie?

As if it’s not bad enough that he wants to be a rapper, now Kevin Federline wants to be an actor, too.

Mr. Britney Spears is looking to finance a film (with his wife’s money, we’re sure), in which he could star as an aspiring rapper a la Eminem in “8 Mile.”

“Britney has heard that Federline is working on a script and trying to get funding for the film,” an insider told The Sun. “She is really upset. Britney fears Kevin just wants to promote himself at her expense to further his career.”

Well, duh, Britney.

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