"CELEBRITY CIRCUIT," a non-news division of CBS, reports that Adam Lambert and his Finnish "Big Brother" boyfriend Sauli Koskinen have made up after causing a gay bar brawl (that's a phrase you don't hear too often) in Helsinki.

Both were detained by Finnish police early yesterday.

There is no truth to the rumor that the fight started when Sauli mocked Adam's runner-up finish on "American Idol" when he won "Big Brother."

Adam tweeted the real reason for the incident: "Jetlag+Vodka=blackout," he wrote. "Jail+guilt+press=lesson learned. Sauli+Adam+hangover burgers= laughing bout it. :),"

CBS sources (including the Associated Press and the Hollywood Reporter) say Adam and Sauli got into the fight - an actual physical fight - at the Don't Tell Momma bar.

The scuffle spilled into the street after the couple got bounced.

Adam was suspected of hitting two people who tried to break up the fight, and Finnish beauty queen Sofia Ruusila (a/k/a Miss Helsinki) claimed she was accidentally struck by Adam while trying to get between the couple.

That's more like it: A bar fight occurring when a woman comes between two men.


Tattle was so engrossed by Playboy's lengthy tale about our much-beloved John Bolaris's troubles with women of questionable character in South Beach, we incorrectly credited the May Daily News story on the same subject to our 24/7 colleague Dan Gross, who is usually on the Bolaris beat.

The story was actually written by our newly appendix-free colleague David Gambacorta.

We regret the error.


* Apple co-founder Steve Jobs is receiving a posthumous Grammy for his technological innovations in the arts.


* The Academy Award statuette that Orson Welles won for the original screenplay of "Citizen Kane" was auctioned for more than $861,000 this week in Los Angeles.

Sam Heller, spokesman for Nate D. Sanders Auctions, said that bidders from around the world, including David Copperfield, vied for the Oscar. Welles hosted Copperfield's first television special. Copperfield was outbid.

Oscar auctions are fairly rare, but Michael Jackson paid $1.54 million in 1999 for the best picture Oscar given to "Gone With The Wind."

* FX's "American Horror Story" will return next season with a new cast and a new haunt.

Creator Ryan Murphy caused similar fear when he said "Glee" would get a new cast.

But we always get those two shows confused.

* In another episode of Tattle's continuing series, "Tales of the 1 Percent," Hugh Jackman, starring in a one-man show on Broadway, auctioned off his sweaty shirt for charity this week.

His pal Scarlett Johansson, who was in the audience, quickly ran on stage and bid $3,000.

According to the New York Post, Scarlett lost out to a bid of $30,000.

* Superdupermodel Marisa Miller gave one of her special dieting tricks to Women's Health magazine: Dining au naturel.

"Eating smart is all about having an awareness of your body," Marisa said. "The most obvious way to do that is by seeing it. So when you're trying to lose weight, spend more time wearing less. "I don't think I could eat a plate of nachos naked - could you?"

No, but we'd like to watch you try.

Happy Hanukkah and Merry Christmas.

- BANGShowbiz.com and Daily News wire services contributed

to this report.