"My fiancee has a 5-year-old, and wow, I'd love to see him graduate," he added. (We'll presume he meant college and not pre-school.) "I'd love to be able play with him without getting tired, enjoy my life and watch him grow."
One of Carey's food secrets to a thinner self: "No doughnuts!"
Levi's unbuttoned jeans?
Rumors have been rampant - the best kind of rumors are always rampant - that Bristol Palin and Levi Johnston are interested in starring in a reality show leading up to their we-still-doubt-it's-going-to-happen marriage, but the National Enquirer may change the whole focus of the show.
According to more of its feet-
on-the-seamy-street reporting, the Enquirer says that Levi may be involved in another baby scandal.
When the hunky doofus broke up with Bristol after she gave birth to their son, Tripp, he reportedly sought comfort in the arms (and other places) of former girlfriend Lanesia Garcia.
Now she's about to give birth, and she thinks Levi might be the daddy.
(You know, Lanesia, there is a test that will tell you.)
Except for the cold weather, fresh salmon and birth control, is there any difference between these young Alaskans and Snooki and The Situation?
It's only a matter of time before MTV presents "Seward Shore."
(FYI: Alaska has more shoreline than any other state in the U.S.)
* New York Mayor Michael
Bloomberg has expressed agreement with a judge who threw out a summons issued to a Bronx man wearing low-slung pants that exposed his underwear.
Bloomberg does not wear low-slung pants himself.
The billionaire mayor - we do not believe he owns a company that makes low-slung pants - said yesterday the government has no business telling people what they can wear.
Unless, of course, people want to wear nothing. Then the government throws them in jail.
* It seems as if every celebrity
these days has to have a movie career, a music career, a public- appearance career, a tell-all biography, a Twitter account, a Facebook fan page and a fashion line.
William Rast, the fashion line by Justin Timberlake and his childhood friend Trace Ayala, has a new partner: Target.
The retailer announced yesterday that a William Rast collection, including denim, outerwear and sportswear for men and women, would launch in December and be available for a month.
So great fashion not only does go out of style, but it goes out of style after 30 days.
* Best-selling gothic novelist
Anne Rice ("Interview With the Vampire") says she's no longer a Christian.
The 68-year-old author wrote on her Facebook page that she refuses to be "anti-gay . . . anti-feminist," and "anti-artificial birth control."
She added that "In the name of . . . Christ, I quit Christianity and being Christian. Amen."
Lestat, however, remains a vampire.
Her publisher, Alfred A. Knopf, confirmed yesterday that the posting was by Rice.
Knopf had no comment on why Jesus de-friended her.
Daily News wire services contributed to this report.