Uh, what about the nursery?
"The colors are dark navies, blacks and whites," said an unnamed person who's allegedly seen it. "It's not girly at all."
But the nursery does have a flat-screen TV, because every 2-month-old needs one.
And North's closet?
An identified closet-peeker said: "Fendi, Bonpoint, Lanvin, custom Giuseppe Zanotti baby shoes, Dolce & Gabbana, Hermès - she has it all!"
And all she really wants is someone to burp her and change her.
* HBO is pulling the plug on "True Blood."
The pay-cable network said yesterday that the series will end next year after its seventh season, following a 10-episode season that will begin in the summer.
* Indonesian Muslim hard-liners staged a protest yesterday in the country's capital to try to stop Bali from holding the Miss World pageant this weekend.
More than 200 people showed up, holding banners with "Reject Miss World that exploits women" and "Go to hell Miss World" on them.
The demonstration was peaceful and broke up after protest leaders met with pageant organizers.
Tattle thinks a lot more than 200 people will protest when they find out that the hard-liners got the bikini portion axed.
* In other news displeasing to Indonesian hard-liners, Kate Upton has been named Model of the Year and will receive her award (isn't looking like Kate Upton enough?) tonight at the 10th annual Style Awards, in NYC.
* There's a little more news in the 2 Chainz tour-bus arrest in Oklahoma.
In addition to the painkillers and marijuana residue found on the bus, police also discovered two .40-caliber semiautomatic pistols and a 12-gauge pump shotgun with 20 shells.
Maybe they were about to invade Arkansas.
* Here's a new idea for "American Idol": Instead of spending weeks in the off-season leaking rumors as to who the coming year's judges will be, why not surprise viewers in January?
Is anyone more eager for the new "American Idol" season to start - in three months - knowing that this year's judges are going to be Jennifer Lopez, Harry Connick Jr. and Keith Urban?
We think not.
In addition to its judges, Fox also announced that ex-judge Randy Jackson will be back as in-house mentor to the contestants. Ryan Seacrest is also back, because he otherwise might have a free hour in his week.
"Surprise, surprise! I am so happy to be back as part of this amazing show that started it all," said Jackson. "The original talent show is back with a vengeance and ready to discover the best talent in America."
The "original" talent show?
Ever hear of "Star Search," Randy? " Al Alberts Showcase"? " Ted Mack and the Original Amateur Hour"?
* How's this for a shocking moment of celebrity candor?
In an interview at MTV.com, Miley Cyrus compared her raunchy VMAs performance to that of Madonna and Britney Spears, who once kissed on air.
It's a bad comparison, but here comes the amazing part. Cyrus said she was surprised that people were still talking about it three days later. Actual quote: "You're thinking about it more than I thought about it when I did it. I didn't even think about it, because that's just me."
- Daily News wire services contributed to this report.
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