Trump's Gift to Babwa: Rosie's Underwear

4/19/2007 8:43 AM PDT

Trump's Gift to Babwa: Rosie's Underwear

The Donald's stirring it up again with Rosie – this time, by sending her boss, Babwa, an undergarment O'Donnell once wore in a movie.

Trump got the outfit – which Page Six describes as "a bustier" or "a giant pair of panties," which Ro wore in the 1994 flick "Exit to Eden" –- out of the blue from a fan, who had bought it at auction and framed it. Trump says he "didn't want it" in his office because "it was really gross," so he sent to Walters.

Then, on Monday's "The View," O'Donnell brought up the bizarre present, only to be squelched by Babs. "You want to hear what a 61-year-old businessman did today?" asked Rosie. "He sent Barbara ..." at which point Walters interrupted her and stopped that dead in its tracks. Walters tells Page Six, "I have no desire to continue a feud with Donald Trump."

Katie Tries to Take Back Her Past?

While the Tom is away, the Kat will play – or at least she'll try to get back to her roots and contact old friends she's been excommunicated from since she entered Camp Cruise. Katie Holmes is in Louisiana shooting her next film, "Mad Money," and she's been getting in touch with old friends, reports Life & Style (via MSNBC), and is planning to visit her family in Ohio. "She's trying to make amends with her family," says a family pal. She's also reportedly been "secretly talking to pastors" to reconnect with her Catholic faith, and according to reports, wants to get Suri into "kiddie Catholicism" classes.

Snoop Demands Xbox Before Playing

It may cost you $150,000 to get Snoop Dogg to play your event, but if you don't have an Xbox around, it seems you can forget about seeing him on stage. Page Six reports that the Doggfather was the headliner at a UNICEF fund-raiser in New York, and that besides his fee, he had to have ten members of his Snoop-tourage flown in first class. But, at the very last minute, Snoop balked at performing because he didn't have an Xbox video game unit in his dressing room. Organizers had to find someone's child's Xbox to placate the rapper, who ended up going on an hour late anyway. Snoop's lateness forced another act – the Pussycat Dolls – to have to ad-lib some gab on stage, which led to one of the dolls referring to UNICEF as "Unicel."

Party Favors: Lohan Not "Necessarily" an Addict ... Angie Weeps Alone over Kidnapping Threat ... Chris Rock Asks for Paternity Test

Lindsay Lohan says that being in the white walls and parquet floors of Wonderland rehab made her feel "safe," and tells Allure magazine that it's "so weird" that she actually did rehab. Still, even after all those AA meetings, she says, "I don't know that I'm necessarily an addict." ... Angelina Jolie tells Entertainment Weekly that amidst all the kidnapping threats and abduction scenarios, she actually found privacy enough to weep. "If things got too heavy, there'd be a place for me to cry by myself," she says. ... Chris Rock actually wants to know if he's the dad of a 13-year-old boy whose mom tried to file a paternity lawsuit against him last month. Rock's attorney says he's willing to support the kid if it can be proven that he's the father.