Celeb Scoop: Tina Fey’s Mom Got Sick of the Sarah Palin Impression

Plus: Celebs respond to the iPhone announcement, S.O.A. explains dramatic premiere, Bob Dylan isn't pleased with critics, and more of today's celebrity news.

Tina Fey Explains Success as Palin. Lorne Michaels and Tina Fey sat down with Barbara Walters to discuss the success Fey and SNL experienced on the back of her Sarah Palin impersonation. Tina Fey says that after a while he mother said it was enough. [ABC News]

Celebs Respond to iPhone Announcement. Celebrities are just like us! A bunch of famous people were also preoccupied with Apple’s iPhone 5 announcement on Wednesday. They were less than enthused. [Hollywood Reporter]

Jersey Shore‘s Deena Banned From Bar. Jersey Shore‘s Deena Cortese has been banned from a Seaside Heights bar for two years for basically being herself. [CBS 3]

Sons Actor Discusses Dramatic Scene. Sons of Anarchy actor Kim Coates talks about the preparation and execution of the scene from the Season 5 premiere that everyone is talking about. [EW]

Amanda Bynes Smoking and Driving. Bynes—who’s been involved her fair share of traffic incidents—was photographed smoking from a pipe and driving without a license. [TMZ]

Hanks Joins O’Reilly Film. Tom Hanks has signed on to narrate a movie for the NatGeo Channel based on Bill O’Reilly’s book, Killing Lincoln: The Shocking Assassination that Changed America Forever. [The Wrap]

Bob Dylan Isn’t Pleased With Critics. The folk legend, in an interview with Rolling Stone, explains that he’s not exactly concerned with people that complain that he quotes literature and songs without citation.

Wussies and pussies complain about that stuff. It’s an old thing – it’s part of the tradition. It goes way back. These are the same people that tried to pin the name Judas on me. Judas, the most hated name in human history! If you think you’ve been called a bad name, try to work your way out from under that. Yeah, and for what? For playing an electric guitar? As if that is in some kind of way equitable to betraying our Lord and delivering him up to be crucified. All those evil motherfuckers can rot in hell. [Rolling Stone]