PEOPLE IN BRIEF: Publicist : Gabor goes back to hospital

Publicist : Gabor goes back to hospital

LOS ANGELES -- Zsa Zsa Gabor's publicist said the actress is being returned to a Los Angeles hospital because of complications in her recuperation from a broken hip.

Publicist John Blanchette said an ambulance was at her home Friday to take Gabor to the emergency room.

Blanchette said Gabor's husband told him that the 93-year-old actress is bleeding and in a lot of pain.

But the publicist said he doesn't know the exact nature of the complications.

Gabor broke her hip July 17, had hip-replacement surgery and was sent home from the UCLA Ronald Reagan Medical Center on Wednesday.

Green Day teams with Jets in home opener

EAST RUTHERFORD, N.J. -- Gang Green and Green Day are ready to play together.

The New York Jets said Friday the band will play during their regular-season opener Sept. 13. The Jets face the Baltimore Ravens in the Monday night game at New Meadowlands Stadium.

Green Day will perform ''Last of the American Girls'' with the Broadway cast of the Tony Award-winning rock musical ''American Idiot.'' The halftime show will finish with fireworks.

The guitarist Slash and Pussycat Doll Nicole Scherzinger will play during a tailgate concert outside the stadium. Scherzinger will sing the national anthem.

Lautenberg to hold fundraiser with Lady Gaga

TRENTON, N.J. -- Sen. Frank Lautenberg is going gaga. Lady Gaga, that is.

The nation's oldest senator will hold a fundraiser at the pop singer's Monster Ball Tour at the Verizon Center in Washington on Sept 7.

The Washington Post reports the 86-year-old New Jersey Democrat is offering seats in a private suite for $2,500 a person for political action committees and $2,400 for individuals.

An aide says the fundraiser was Lautenberg's idea. The senator and his wife celebrated his 86th birthday in January at a Gaga show at New York's Radio City Music Hall.