Morning Memo: Owen and Kate, Moving to the City? Katie Couric Likes to Rock

Celebrity power lunch at Michael’s! Well, sort of. In honor of April Fool’s, Page Six is reporting that Michael’s will have a table where celebrity impersonators of Amy Winehouse, Eliot Spitzer, Paris Hilton, Nicole Richie and baby Harlow (don’t worry, it’s a doll, not a hired baby look-alike) will appear to be having lunch. [P6]

For more festivities, Joey Scaggs will apparently lead his annual April Fool’s parade down Fifth Avenue that will be led by a George Bush impersonator, who will get a head start and then get chased by an angry mob. The parade will also feature Michael Vick on a dog-fighting float and a Tourette’s syndrome float with Don Imus, Ann Coulter and Dog the Bounty Hunter yelling obscenities at the crowds. Fun! [P6]

Katie Lee Joel talks to The Observer about arriving in New York, meeting Billy, and making her Oprah-made-famous meat loaf. [Observer]

Sloane Crosley, publicist turned essayist, will celebrate the release of “I Was Told There’d Be Cake” at the Cooper Square home of Greg Miller, with Jonathan Ames, AM Homes, Nathan Englander, Moby, and Ben McGrath reportedly attending. [P6]

Katie Couric and her younger beau, Brooks Perlin, went to see a band called Me Talk Pretty at the Fillmore. How young and hip of you, Ms. Couric. [P6]

Welcome newly reunited blondes Kate Hudson and Owen Wilson to New York! Ms. Hudson may be shopping around for a New York pad to share with Mr. Wilson. [NY Daily News]

Woody Allen has filed a lawsuit against American Apparel for featuring him on their billboards in Hollywood and New York. And you’d think they’d get along famously! [NY Daily News]

Morning Memo: Owen and Kate, Moving to the City? Katie Couric Likes to Rock