Jon Hamm and Jennifer Westfeldt were robbed during a recent trip to London.
The couple was there to promote the film "Friends With Kids" earlier this month, when a thief swiped Westfeldt's hotel key card from her handbag and ransacked the pair's room.
A source told Life & Style magazine, "They were dining at a restaurant and Jennifer's purse was snagged by someone. That person took the hotel key in Jennifer's purse, which had the hotel name on it, and robbed their room. They had to contact the police. It was horrible."
Maybe January Jones did it.
Police are investigating, and Westfeldt admits the scary incident ruined the whole trip.
Westfeldt directed "Friends With Kids" and co-stars in the movie alongside "Mad Men" hunk Hamm, Kristen Wiig, Megan Fox and Adam Scott.
SAVANNAH GUTHRIE MAY GET ANN CURRY'S JOB: Savannah Guthrie will replace Ann Curry on NBC's "Today," according to TMZ.
Meanwhile, Curry and NBC are negotiating her exit from the show, with money being the hang-up, network sources told TMZ.
Guthrie -- the current co-host of the show's third hour -- has already agreed to her deal, details of which weren't available.
Curry earns $10 million a year and is one year into a three-year contract. TMZ reported that NBC doesn't want to shell out the remaining $20 million. Curry wants the remaining money and her exit from the network. NBC wants to pay her $10 million and give her a foreign correspondent job.
These people get paid a lot of money for going on TV every morning and pretending to like each other.
The network could pay the $20 million and then prohibit her from working anywhere else for two years. But they don't want to pay that much, which is why the two sides are haggling, TMZ reports.
NBC wants to make the switch quickly so they can showcase Guthrie before the Olympics. TMZ said NBC wants to make the announcement late this week or early next week.
SPICE GIRLS REUNITE: The Spice Girls reunited onstage Tuesday to announce details of a stage musical based on their songs.
So, what, it's a cartoon?
Actually, "Viva Forever" was described as a tale of fame and female friendship that will open in London in the fall, featuring the music of the 1990s "girl power" group.
The story is about four friends whose bond is tested when their band enters a TV talent show.
The Spice Girls said they were delighted with the show, which is produced by Judy Craymer, the woman behind ABBA musical "Mamma Mia."
"It's better than we could ever have imagined," said Melanie "Sporty Spice" Chisholm of the show, written by comedian Jennifer Saunders, who co-created TV sitcom "Absolutely Fabulous."
"They sing it better than us," added Melanie Brown, the band's "Scary Spice."
Well ... yeah.
They were joined by group members Emma Bunton, Geri Halliwell and Victoria Beckham -- also known as Baby, Ginger and Posh, respectively -- for a media launch in the grand neo-Gothic hotel where the video for their 1996 No. 1 hit "Wannabe" was filmed.
The band's outsized personalities made them icons of 1990s "Cool Britannia," and they sold 75 million records around the world.
Halliwell left the group acrimoniously in 1998 and the Spice Girls effectively split a decade ago. The five members have not appeared together since a 2007-2008 reunion tour.
Beckham said the show would "be introducing a whole new generation to Girl Power."
"Viva Forever" previews from Nov. 27 and opens Dec. 11 at London's Piccadilly Theatre.
50 CENT HOSPITALIZED AFTER CAR CRASH: A representative for 50 Cent says the rapper is out of the hospital after being injured in a car accident in New York on Tuesday morning.
The rep says 50 Cent was taken to New York Hospital Queens where he was treated for "minor neck and back injuries" and is now "doing fine."
Bruce Miller, who was driving the car, was also injured and has been released from the hospital.
Photos of the 36-year-old on a stretcher are posted on his website www.ThisIs50.com. The site said a red Mack Truck rear ended the rapper on the Long Island Expressway, almost flipping his car.
The Grammy winner, whose real name is Curtis Jackson, appears in a neck brace in two photos.
No other details were provided.
MICHAEL JACKSON'S DAUGHTER STRAIGHTENS OUT NIKKI SIXX: Nikki Sixx has invited Michael Jackson's daughter, Paris, to his radio show after apologizing for comments he made about her late father being al alleged pedophile on-air in the run-up to the third anniversary of Jackson's death.
The teenager took aim at the Motley Crue bassist turned radio host on Sunday night, accusing Sixx of turning on her dad.
In a fiery tweet, she asked, "Heyy quick question dude - and this is coming from a huge fan of motley crue - but why do u feel the need to hate on talented ppl?"
The remarks appeared to rattle Sixx. He responded on Monday, tweeting, "Hello parisJackson. My snarky humor and sarcasm sometimes gets the best of me. I sincerely apologize to you and your family. God Bless."
The 14-year-old later accepted Sixx's apology, prompting him to invite her on his show: "If ya ever wanna come on SixxSense and talk about what YOUR working on would love have you on."
JUNE 27 IN HISTORY
Wednesday is June 27, the 179th day of 2012. There are 187 days left in the year.
1787: English historian Edward Gibbon completed work on his six-volume work, "The History of the Decline and Fall of the Roman Empire."
1844: Mormon leader Joseph Smith and his brother, Hyrum, were killed by a mob in Carthage, Ill.
1846: New York and Boston were linked by telegraph wires.
1893: the New York stock market crashed.
1922: The first Newberry Medal, recognizing excellence in children's literature, was awarded in Detroit to "The Story of Mankind" by Hendrik Willem van Loon.
1942: The FBI announced the arrests of eight Nazi saboteurs who had been put ashore in Florida and Long Island, N.Y. (All were tried and sentenced to death; six were executed while two were spared for having turned themselves in and cooperating with U.S. authorities.) In 1944: During World War II, American forces liberated the French port of Cherbourg from the Germans.
1950: The U.N. Security Council passed a resolution calling on member nations to help South Korea repel an invasion from the North.
1957: More than 500 people were killed when Hurricane Audrey slammed through coastal Louisiana and Texas.
1972: The video game company Atari, Inc., was founded by Nolan Bushnell and Ted Dabney in Santa Clara, Calif.
1977: The Supreme Court struck down state laws and bar association rules that prohibited lawyers from advertising their fees for routine services.
1985: The legendary Route 66, which originally stretched from Chicago to Santa Monica, Calif., passed into history as officials decertified the road.
1991: Supreme Court Justice Thurgood Marshall, the first black to sit on the nation's highest court, announced his retirement. (His departure led to the contentious nomination of Clarence Thomas to succeed him.)
2002: In a landmark church-state decision, the U.S. Supreme Court ruled, 5-4, that tuition vouchers were constitutional. John Entwistle, the bass player who'd cofounded The Who, was found dead in a Las Vegas hotel room; he was 57.
2007: Former Treasury chief Gordon Brown became British prime minister, succeeding Tony Blair.
2011: Former Illinois Gov. Rod Blagojevich was convicted by a federal jury in Chicago of a wide range of corruption charges, including the allegation that he'd tried to sell or trade President Barack Obama's U.S. Senate seat. (Blagojevich was later sentenced to 14 years in prison.) International judges ordered the arrest of Libya's Moammar Gadhafi for murdering civilians. Venus and Serena Williams were eliminated in the fourth round of Wimbledon, the first time in five years that neither sister advanced to the quarterfinals at the All England Club.
Business executive Ross Perot (82), former Interior Secretary Bruce Babbitt (74), singer Bruce Johnston (The Beach Boys) (70), fashion designer Vera Wang (63), actress Julia Duffy (61), country singer Lorrie Morgan (53), writer-producer-director J.J. Abrams (46), Olympic figure skater Viktor Petrenko (43), TV personality Jo Frost (TV: "Supernanny") (42), actor Tobey Maguire (37), reality TV star Khloe Kardashian (28), actor Drake Bell (26), actor Ed Westwick (25), actor Chandler Riggs (TV: "The Walking Dead") (13).