Morning Quickies: Jaycee Dugard On Giving Birth In Captivity & Megan Fox Has Wrinkles

  • Jaycee Dugard’s memoir, A Stolen Life, comes out next week. Dugard was kidnapped at age 11 and found after 18 years in captivity. In a “Dateline” interview with Diane Sawyer airing this Sunday night, Dugard says when she gave birth to her two children, she had no idea she was having a baby. A couple Frisky writers want to check this memoir out. Will you be reading it? [People, People]
  • A Dallas Cowboys player proposed to his girlfriend, the 2009 Miss Texas USA, by sending a $76,000 engagement ring in the mail. If a man proposes to his girlfriend by mail and the Civil War is not going on out there, he should be tagged and entered in to the database as undateable. [Clutch Magazine]
  • Following Casey Anthony’s acquittal, four states — New York, Florida, West Virginia and Oklahoma — are pursuing legislation called “Caylee’s Law” to require parents to report missing children within 24 hours of their disappearance. [People]

  • Megan Fox uploaded some Facebook pics of herself furrowing her brow to prove she hasn’t had Botox. “Proving you haven’t had work done” is the new “having work done.” [Celebuzz]
  • Here’s a detailed list of “Gossip Girl”‘s season five casting call sheet. Do we think Serena’s next paramour will be Marcus, the “earnest young Catholic priest”? [SpoilerTV]
  • Now that fallen New York governor Eliot Spitzer’s CNN talk show has been cancelled, the prostitute who brought him down, Ashley Dupre, is technically the more successful media professional. Dupre has been writing her advice column for The New York Post since December 2009. [New York Observer]
  • Great parties in literature we wish we could have attended. [Flavorwire]
  • In defense of prudes. [The Awl]