Paris has always favored Greek shipping heirs on her arm -- Stavros Niarchos and Paris Latsis, to name two. But now, report Rush & Molloy, their families -- and other Greek shipping clans -- have gotten together to keep the hotel heiress from their sons. "Letters have been exchanged between them," says a "knowledgeable society source."
Indeed, one friend of on-again/off-again boytoy Stavros says, "Yes, everybody knows she's trouble. But he doesn't need his family to tell him who to date."
Cruise – Propagandizing Prop of Scientology?
Tom Cruise really might want to just stay out of Germany altogether. Now, the Protestant Church there is comparing him to one of the country's most infamous villains -- the Nazi propaganda minister Joseph Goebbels -- and calling Scientology a "totalitarian organization," according to European papers.
Cruise is in Germany to shoot his next film, in which he plays the Nazi officer who plotted to assassinate Hitler, but his work there is causing all kinds of uproar. The Church of Scientology, meanwhile, is calling the Protestants' comments "irresponsible" and "wrongheaded," reports MSNBC.
Diddy Whines "Through the Pain"
P. Diddy got dumped by his baby mama, Kim Porter, and now he's already rapping about it with head in hands in a new song titled, "Through the Pain ... aka Kim Porter." Sohh.com says that the quickly-assembled video response was meant to counter Porter's appearance on CNN discussing their breakup. Even Porter's rival Diddy-baby-mama, Misa Hylton-Brimm, says she's sad too: "We really miss Kim and the kids since she packed up and moved to L.A.," reports Page Six.
Party Favors: Greta Grates Glenn on "Damages" ... "Hot Ghetto Mess" Not Hot, Ghetto, or Messy Anymore
Good cross-platform action for FOX: Fox News Channel's Greta Van Susteren gets into it with Glenn Close, who's playing a fictional, but searingly conniving lawyer in the new FX series, "Damages." Close's character and Greta go "On the Record" in the first 10 minutes of the series premiere. ... BET's controversial show, "Hot Ghetto Mess," is getting a new title, the deeply sanitized "We Got to Do Better." But the show's content -- wherein crazy fashions and other outrageous behavior will be ridiculed -- won't change.