No I don't! We live in a country where freedom of speech is one of the cornerstones of our democracy. The title tattle about celebrity sex lives are the price these people pay for their celebrity, they are more than happy to court the media when it suits them, and they must therefore expect to take the rough with the smooth.
What is far more important is the use of super injunctions to muzzle the press in far more important stories (Trafigura) I would far rather suffer the headlines about some poseur's indiscretions than feel that the press is being muzzled.
As for Twitter and the other forms of social media reporting, it just shows how out of touch our laws and judiciary are to think that they can stop information from becoming available by this means. the genie is out of the bottle and the law is desperately trying to play catch up, and failing miserably!