Scoop! Lindsay gets into spat with Paris, P. Diddy

Perhaps Lindsay Lohan should think about hanging out at home more, maybe renting some DVDs or getting a TiVo or something. Every time she goes out, she gets into trouble.

The “Prairie Home Companion” star was getting her groove on at a Prince concert in the New York City nightclub Butter when she got into a spat with both Paris Hilton and Sean “Diddy” Combs (or Puff Daddy or P. Diddy or whatever the hip-hop mogul is calling himself this week).

Lohan stepped away from her table to use the bathroom, where she promptly bumped into Hilton. The dueling gossip-page mavens exchanged, err, pleasantries.

“Lindsay followed Paris to the bathroom,” a witness told the New York Daily News. “They had a huge fight.”

And while Lohan’s away, Diddy will play. He grabbed a seat at her table and chatted with her gaggle of friends. When the actress returned, she jokingly told Diddy to leave her table. Unfortunately for Lohan, Diddy is about as funny as he is talented.

“He didn’t realize she was joking,” a spy told The New York Daily News, “and he then yelled at her and told her to get out.”

Apparently, Lohan and Diddy got into a yelling match and Diddy even got into a little fisticuffs with one of Lohan’s buddies. Eventually, Diddy’s bodyguards physically lifted and moved Lohan, so Diddy could get out of the booth.

More proof that wrestling is fake

Can you smell what The Rock is … OUCH!

The wrestler-turned-actor also known as Dwayne Johnson ruptured an Achilles’ tendon while playing football in preparation for his role as a quarterback in the upcoming movie, “The Game Plan.”

Johnson is scheduled to undergo surgery Friday in Miami and production has been put on hiatus until he recuperates.

“I anticipate that with some TLC, pizza and a lot of doughnuts, I will be making a speedy recovery and will be able to get myself, and everyone who has been working so hard on this production, back to the business of doing what we love most, making movies,” Johnson told Reuters.

Michelle, get your own man

Michelle Rodriquez continues to be a PR nightmare.

The ex-“Lost” star took time out of her busy drunken driving schedule to throw herself at singer Kylie Minogue’s boyfriend, actor Olivier Martinez, in a Los Angeles nightclub.

“They looked like a couple,” a spy told gossip site PerezHilton.com.

And this is not an isolated incident. Another witness spotted the “S.W.A.T.” co-stars sharing a meal together.

“I saw the homewrecker having dinner withOlivier Martinez at the Chateau a few weeks ago,” the source spilled to PerezHilton.com.

Stars flock to Nicole and Keith’s Down Under wedding

Nicole Kidman and Keith Urban’s weekend wedding is proving to be a star-studded affair.

Naomi Watts has arrived in Sydney for longtime friend Kidman’s nuptials on Sunday and a bachelorette party set for Wednesday night at Kidman’s sister’s $3 million

mansion.

“I’m very excited for my friend,” Watts told reporters, according to The Associated Press. The “King Kong” hottie declined to offer up any more details.

Other folks on the guest list include fellow Aussies Russell Crowe and “X-Men” star Hugh Jackman as well as media mogul Rupert Murdoch. Kidman’s kids with Tom Cruise — Isabella, 13, and Connor, 11 — will be flying into Sydney later this week. We supposed the couch-jumping wonder’s invitation got lost in the mail.

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