Morning Links: Demi Moore Hospitalized For Exhaustion, Tim Gunn Hasn’t Had Sex In 29 Years

● Demi Moore was rushed to the hospital late Monday night for a "substance abuse related issue" — "shaking" and "acting like she was suffering from a seizure," reportedly — and exhaustion. According to her rep, "Because of the stresses in her life right now, Demi has chosen to seek professional assistance to treat her exhaustion and improve her overall health. She looks forward to getting well and is grateful for the support of her family and friends." [TMZ]

● And accordingly, Demi Moore has dropped out of Lovelace, wherein she was set to play Gloria Steinem. [TMZ]

● An "impatient" ex-lover left Project Runway‘s Tim Gunn nearly celibate. During an episode of his new show, The Revolution, he revealed that it’s been 29 years since his last go. "Do I feel like less of a person because of it? No. Not even remotely." [Celebuzz]

● Miley Cyrus’s choice of cake for her boyfriend Liam Hemsworth’s birthday was unusual, to say the least. [ONTD]

● Kirsten Dunst and her new man, Country Strong‘s dreamy Garrett Hedlund, seem to be making a splash at Sundance. [People]

● Young Money CEO Birdman has got five million on Tom Brady taking the Superbowl. "I like New ENGLaNd," he tweeted. Belie’e dat! [RapFix]

● Etta James’s funeral has been set for Saturday in Los Angeles, with Reverand Al Sharpton presiding over the ceremonies and several as-of-yet unnamed celebrity performances. Let’s all hope, for Etta’s sake, that Flo Rida is busy that day. [Billboard]

Tim Gunn Rules Out Lady Gaga ‘Project Runway’ Appearance

Since landmark fashion competition Project Runway relocated from Bravo to Lifetime, the tone of the show has decidedly shifted. Only a handful of viewers remained able to stomach watching their favorite show change out of skinny jeans into flared Gloria Vanderbilts for its sixth season. Guest judges like Lindsay Lohan and Nicole Richie didn’t help make the move any easier. Still, Tim Gunn’s optimism about the competition’s future is catching, even if he flatly rejects a Lady Gaga cameo.

(‘DiggThis’)About the tone shift, Gunn says, “When people cite the L.A. season as being not among their favorites, I think what they’re really saying is they miss Nina and Michael. Nina and Michael are with us throughout season 7.”

On the topic of a Gaga-assisted Runway resuscitation, Gunn tells MTV, “You know I have a great respect for Lady Gaga, I do, and I love her work. I don’t think of what she wears as being fashion.” He elaborates, “I think of it more as being fashion and wearable art. Those aren’t real clothes and if you saw them on anyone other than Lady Gaga you’d say, ‘This is ridiculous!'” Not true, Tim Gunn!

Clearly Gunn’s former home, Bravo, disagrees with that opinion too as they recently tapped Gaga for an episode of