From Little Rock, Ark., comes word that

Gennifer Flowers

and

Paula Jones

want to share their recollections of former President

Bill Clinton

with their fellow Americans and, indeed, with the whole world via the Internet. All it takes to hear the lurid details of the encounters the two women claim to have had with Clinton is $1.99.

Flowers and Jones, who asserted in the early 1990s that they had sexual encounters with Clinton in his days as the Arkansas guv, have created a Web site offering videos of their thoughts on Clinton, his wife,

Hillary

, and other matters. Each video segment is available for less than two bucks.

"It's a way we can get our story out there in our own words, without someone making their own interpretations or corrections," Jones said.

The two were interviewed Monday by syndicated TV show

Extra

outside the Clinton Presidential Library in Little Rock.

Puff Daddy, Puff Daddy, where have you been?

I've been to London, did not see the Queen.

Puff Daddy, Puff Daddy, why is that so?

She's never invited me. Why? I don't know.

Sean "Diddy

"

Combs

confides to London's Daily Telegraph that he "really" would like to meet

Queen Elizabeth II

.

"I don't know why I've never met her," he says, with what the Daily Telegraph interviewer describes as an "affronted" look.

"She's never invited me to the palace - not yet, anyway," adds Diddy.

Maybe Diddy should just take the initiative and invite the queen over for lunch.

Special delivery

Reality-show stars

Tori Spelling

and hub

Dean McDermott

have added a second branch to their family tree: daughter

Stella Doreen McDermott

, who reported for duty on Monday, weighing in at a svelte 6 pounds, 8 ounces.

Little Stella was born at an unidentified Los Angeles hospital, according to an e-mail that Spel- ling's publicist sent to the Associated Press. People mag reports on its Web site that Stella was born by C-section. She is the second child for McDermott and Spelling, 35, a

Beverly Hills, 90210

, alumna.

The couple, who wed in May 2006 and star in the Oxygen reality series

Tori & Dean: Home Sweet Hollywood

, have a 1-year-old son,

Liam Aaron

. McDermott, 41, also has a 9-year-old son,

Jack

, from a previous marriage. The third season of their reality show premieres June 17.

Change the date

The

Coldplay

concert scheduled for the Wachovia Center on June 29 has been rescheduled for July 25, because of "production delays." All tickets will be honored for the new date. The show, which is not sold out, was to be the first paid date of the

Chris Martin

-led band's U.S. tour, after a free show at Madison Square Garden slated for June 23. the band's fourth album,

Viva La Vida or Death And All His Friends

, comes out Tuesday.

Sports book operations

With Father's Day coming up, sports authors will crisscross the area. ESPN's

Sal Paolantonio

and

Reuben Frank

will be at the Borders on Route 38 in Mount Laurel at 7 p.m. today to talk Eagles and sign their book,

The Paolantonio Report

. The two also will appear Friday and Saturday at "Sports Books Extravaganzas" at Barnes & Noble stores. Friday's lineup at the Court of Oxford Valley in Fairless Hills (7 p.m.) also will include

Sam Carchidi

,

Bill Campbell

,

Jayson Stark

,

Ray Didinger

and

Dana O'Neil

. Saturday's lineup at the Marlton store (also 7 p.m.) will include all but O'Neil. And also Saturday, the Slack's Hoagie Shack in Oxford Valley will host a fund-raiser for autism research that will draw

Mitch Williams

(11 a.m. to 1 p.m.) and Stark/Didinger (2 to 4 p.m.).

Judge tells rapper to sit tight

A judge in New York has ordered rapper

50 Cent

(born

Curtis Jackson

) not to dispose of the Long Island property where a $2.4 million house was destroyed by fire last month.

State Supreme Court Justice

Carol Edmead

also ordered Fiddy to put insurance proceeds in a trust account until his squabble with ex-gf

Shaniqua Tompkins

is resolved.

Tompkins says Jackson had promised her a house, but had recently wanted to evict her and their 10-year-old son,

Marquise

, from the house in Dix Hills, N.Y.

A fire of suspicious origin destroyed the house on May 30. Tompkins, Marquise and four others were treated for smoke inhalation.

More trouble for Winehouse spouse

A prosecutor in England has said

Blake Fielder-Civil

, who is yoked in marriage with Grammy-winning singer

Amy Winehouse

, thrashed a pub keeper, then offered him $400,000 to keep quiet about the attack, a prosecutor said yesterday.

Prosecution lawyer

Sean Larkin

said

James King

ended up with a broken cheekbone when Fielder-Civil and another man attacked him in June 2006. But King was willing to accept money to spare his attackers jail, the prosecutor said.

So now King, 36, is on trial for conspiring to pervert the course of justice (the equivalent of obstruction of justice). He denies the charge, and says he was intimidated into withdrawing the assault claim.

Fielder-Civil, 26, pleaded guilty last week to perverting the course of justice, and also admitted assault. Three other men also pleaded guilty to involvement in the plot and face jail terms. Two of the men contacted the Daily Mirror and tried to sell their story of the beating and the cover-up. The newspaper went to the police.

Police questioned Winehouse, 24, in December about whether she was involved in the cover-up, but she was released without charge. Larkin said there was no evidence to suggest she was involved.

In a statement, King said he was pressured into making a video recording of himself withdrawing his allegation of assault.

"Apparently the video was for Amy Winehouse. It seems they were extorting her for money to make this go away," he said.

Winehouse and Fielder-Civil were married in Miami in May 2007. He was arrested in November and has been in jail ever since.

Winehouse recently defended herself against allegations of racism after a newspaper published footage of her singing a ditty loaded with racial epithets.

Contact "SideShow" at sideshow@phillynews.com.

Inquirer music critic Dan DeLuca contributed to this column, which also contains information from Inquirer wire services and from Web sites.