NEW YORK (Wireless Flash) – Wondering why stick-thin star Gwyneth Paltrow looks so curvy in ads for her new movie Shallow Hal? Well, she hasn’t packed on the pounds – she’s wearing falsies. Her rep tells the New York Post the fake boobs were needed to make Gwynnie look more “curvaceous.”

LOS ANGELES – Rapper ’Ol Dirty Bastard isn’t letting jail stop him from making albums. The kooky Wu-Tang Clan member – who has been in prison since July – will release a new album next March titled The Trials and Tribulations of Russell Jones.

LOS ANGELES – HBO will be shooting a biopic on the life of comedian Peter Sellers, according to The Hollywood Reporter. No word on who will play the British comedian.

ST. PETERSBURG, Fla. – A Florida high school has canceled plans to drop eggs onto a poster of Osama bin Laden as part of a physics experiment. School district officials have put the kibosh on the Dixie Hollins High School event – dubbed “The Yolk’s On Osama – because they think it’s “culturally insensitive.”

FERRES, Greece – A nightclubber in Greece made like Lizzie Grubman after he was booted out for wild behavior. The 22-year-old soldier went back to his base and stole a tank and crashed it into the bar.

TRIER, Germany – Britney Spears is popular with teens but not with pigs. Farmers near Trier, Germany, are playing “Oops!...I Did It Again” to scare off a plague of wild boars and say the teen queen’s music is more effective then Madonna’s.

PERTH, Australia – A 70-year-old aboriginal elder is being painted as a pervert in an Australian court room after a 20-year-old woman accused him of trading cans of spray paint for sex.

NEW YORK – The King of Pop is now “the King of Hypocrites.” Although Michael Jackson has repeatedly griped about being forced into show business as a kid, his upcoming CD, Invincible, features his 4- year-old son, Prince, singing on a song called “The Lost Children.”

LOS ANGELES – Is Jane Fonda really a square – or a circle? Either way, “Hanoi Jane” will be making her first ever game show appearance on Hollywood Squares starting November 1.

LONDON – A British artist says he will produce a CD of silence collected from the brief pauses of sound taken from a BBC radio broadcast on December 12. The artist says the silences are actually full of tiny sounds which normally go unobserved. The boxed set of 24 silent CDs will cost $426 dollars.