Morning Buzz: Ashlee Simpson to Induce Labor?

People reports that singer Ashlee Simpson’s older sister Jessica Simpson appeared on Ellen DeGeneres’ talk show and reported that her nine months-pregnant sister might be ready to induce labor. “They’re going to have to. It’s already developing really quick,” Jessica told Ellen at Monday’s taping. Simpson told Ellen that Ashlee’s trying everything to finally give birth to her and Fall Out Boy husband Pete Wentz’s first baby. “Different foot massages and stuff,” Jessica said. “I don’t know. I think she’s really just jumping around trying everything right now.”

Us reports that The Bachelor season six winner Mary Delgado has once again been arrested. Delgado was charged with public intoxication, resisting arrest and disorderly conduct in Del Rio, Texas, on Saturday evening. She was reportedly asked to leave Lorina’s Cantina and refused, saying it was her “constitutional right” to remain at the bar. After being detained, Delgado reportedly kicked out the radio in the police car she was held in. Delgado was released on bail paid for by Byron Velvick, who was the “bachelor” she won on TV. Delgado was also arrested and charged with battery in November of 2007 for punching Velvick in the mouth.

NYC nightlife star, model and transsexual Amanda Lepore has just released a signature perfume that cost $950. TMZ reports that the perfume’s bottle is encrusted with Swarovski crystals, which may explain the steep price.

Deadline Hollywood reports that the new James Bond film, Quantum of Solace, was #1 this weekend and exceeded all box office predictions in the US. The film made $74 million which topped the expected US total of $60 million. This is despite reviews for the film not being as positive as they were for its predecessor, Casino Royale. Rotten Tomatoes (a website that compiles reviews of several critics) reports that the film only received 35% positive as opposed to Royale’s 95%.

The BBC reports that Sir Paul McCartney wishes to release a 14-minute long Beatles recording from 1967 that was originally thought to be only a myth. The track, called “Carnival of Light”, was recorded for an electronic music festival and never released because the band reportedly thought it was “too adventurous” at the time.