Brandi Glanville

Gerard Butler Admited he slept with Brandi Glanville, but forgot her name. "It was a one-afternooner, but it was fun," the Olympus Has Fallen actor, 43, told Howard Stern. "She is wild." But Glanville, 40, made it sound like it was a little longer than that when she went public that they slept together during a Jan. 24 episode of Watch What Happens Live. Glanville said they "had a little week of fun" and gave him an "11" out of ten when rating him as a lover. Butler was informed about Glanville's comments when a paparazzo confronted him as he was walking down a street and reportedly said, "Brandi Glanville says you're great in bed." "And you know what I said: 'Who's Brandi Glanville?'" Butler recalled to Stern. "Because one, I didn't know her last name and two, I didn't know she was a celebrity and I didn't know she was going to f--king tell people about it!" How did he not learn her name? "Here's the thing. You're at a beach party, you're having fun and this girl comes along," he says in his defense. "'So, what do you do?' She says, 'Doesn't matter.' We hung out. We had a little bit of fun." Once Butler figured out who she was, he called Glanville up. "I said one, 'I'm not very happy you did that because there are certain things you keep a little private.' And two, 'I'm sorry I said I didn't know who you were!'"

Suing Producers of 'Motor City'

Gerard Butler is suing the producers of "Motor City" for $5.1 million in damages, claiming he was not paid after the film was scrapped last summer. Butler is alleging breach of contract and breach of implied covenant of good faith and fair dealing in a suit filed this month in California Superior Court. Butler's salary consisted of a $4 million pay-or-play component, meaning he was guaranteed payment even if the film was never made. He was also due to receive up to $2 million in deferred compensation, according to the lawsuit.

Big Smooch

Gerry Butler screenwriter friend Paul Haggis when he planted the kiss on him at a showbiz bash in Hollywood. He and Bond film writer Haggis met at the Artists for Peace and Justice gala dinner. One onlooker said: “Gerard was in great spirits. It was a big, sloppy smooch.”

Back in Miami

Leonardo DiCaprio, Jonah Hill, Gerard Butler, Mel Gibson and Bradley Cooper were seen in Miami club Story Friday (February 1). They found a giant water gun at the DJ booth, and apparently took turns spraying water all over the dancing crowd! On Saturday, they met up with Halle Berry and her finance Olivier Martinez and the whole group proceeded to party the night away at VIP hotspot LIV at Fontainebleau. Gerry spent the Monday afternoon (February 4) checking out bikini-clad babes on the beach. He and a few friends went for a stroll along the shore, enjoying some downtime before he starts promoting the March 22nd movie “Olympus Has Fallen.”

New Year's resolution

Gerard Butler says his New Year resolution for 2013 is to take a spiritual and more introspective approach to life. It was a near-death experience that prompted the 43-year-old to re-evaluate his existence. Butler said: "Next year my resolution is to embark on a lot of internal, more spiritual things, and explore that side of my life." "That accident made me reassess a lot of stuff. On the positive side, it made me realise you live from moment to moment. I've had a few close calls but that was probably the closest. So now I regard life as having different chapters, and it's about enjoying each one and that's my focus for 2013."