LOS ANGELES – Although shooting is still taking place for the upcoming “Sports Illustrated” Annual Swimsuit Edition, it is looking as though Andy Roddick’s 22-year-old wife Brooklyn Decker will follow in the footsteps of Carolyn Murphy, Marisa Miller and Bar Refaeli to take the coveted cover spot for 2010.
“Brooklyn is definitely the obvious choice and I would be really surprised if she doesn’t get it,” an insider dished to Tarts. “She has been with S.I for a while now and is always amazing to work with, everyone wants to see her on the cover.”
Meanwhile Eva Mendes managed to turn some serious heads at the NYC premiere of "Bad Lieutenant" on Sunday night. The sexy starlet looked ever so sophisticated in a buttoned-down white blouse and black skirt and heels, well that was until she busted out and flashed a little too much flesh. But like the good sport she is, Mendes simply laughed the wardrobe malfunction off.
And should Perez Hilton be banned from Twitter? The gossip blogger broke a cardinal rule over the weekend when he published the e-mail address of New York Post reporter, Sara Stewart, accompanied by a big “F*** You” because she dared write some not-so-optimistic things about his BFF, Lady Gaga. Mind you - Perez has over 1.6 million followers.
Twitter officials have kicked people off many times before and in the rules it clearly states that one shall not "publish or post other people's private and confidential information without their express authorization and permission."
Earlier this year reality star/actor Shane Powers was suspended from the social networking site after posting the contact information and going ballistic at a fellow tweetee who posted a picture of a burning 9-11 cake.
A rep from Twitter was not immediately available for comment.
Hollie McKay has been a FoxNews.com staff reporter since 2007. She has reported extensively from the Middle East on the rise and fall of terrorist groups such as ISIS in Iraq. Follow her on twitter at @holliesmckay