Morning Memo: Spice Girls Upstage Cavalli; Cruises Coco Pazzo Pre-Carlyle

After Good Morning America’s “softball” interview yesterday with Katie Holmes, ABC has had to initiate “full damage-control, trying to say its coverage wasn’t a whitewash.” [Page Six]

The Spice Girls showed up at Roberto Cavalli’s show in Milan yesterday; Victoria Beckham said she would walk around in her underwear if she had her husband’s body. [WWD]

New York-based artist Terrence Koh has upset Londoners with his installation of 74 plaster models in the city, which includes Jesus Christ with an erection. [Gatecrasher]

The Cruise family dined at Coco Pazzo last night before heading back to the Carlyle; Suri is still squinting. [Just Jared]

This week’s “Look Book” subject, Nazgol Jahan, is swoopa fancy—“a four-carat flawless emerald-cut diamond,” to be precise. [NYM]

Russian billionaire Roman Abramovich had to fork over $1 billion to his second ex-wife (his first got nothing)—apparently much less than she could have won. [Page Six]

Vogue contributing editor Lauren Davis has 643 Facebook friends, and most of them are really, really good-looking. [Facebook]

The last few days have been a nightmare for a few of New York’s big nightclubs, like Stereo. [GuestOfAGuest]

Just blame it on your midlife crisis. [NYT]

Whoa! Our favorite CeWebrity, Chris Crocker, has a new Web site and it’s kind of real-deal; plus, it says he lives in L.A. [MySpace]

Ever wonder what happened to Alanis Morissette? … This! [TMZ]

Europeans love to eat them some fish, spending $22 billion a year on the stuff. [NYT]

Yeah, like we said, Bergdorf’s Tommy Fazio was kicked out of his front-row seat at the Versace show in Milan because of Beyoncé. [Page Six]

Morning Memo: Spice Girls Upstage Cavalli; Cruises Coco Pazzo Pre-Carlyle