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Posted at 8:33 AM ET, 03/21/2006

Morning Mix: Spike Lee Slams Clooney; Who Work on New Album

By Liz Kelly

Headlines: Spike Lee slams George Clooney for Oscar night comments... Daltrey/Townshend work on first new Who album since 1982... "South Park" creators rush Chef-centric episode into production... Kristin Davis admits pressure to stay thin led to binge eating on set of "Sex and the City"... Portia de Rossi, Jamie-Lynn Sigler discuss their own eating disorders... Original Duke brother Tom Wopat arrested for driving while intoxicated... Rock icon (and shoe designer) Carlos Santana denounces President Bush... Stephen Colbert penning solo book... Nicole Ritchie upsets family after "encounter" with 11-year-old... speaking of encounters, Richard Dreyfuss marries while visiting Virginia's James Madison University... Media establishment scrutinizes YouTube.

Keeping Up With Eddie


Eddie Van Halen Keith Richards in Tokyo Monday. (Reuters)

Let it be known that two weeks ago to the day a photo of Eddie Van Halen appeared in this space accompanied by text in which I intimated that he might look a little elderly. I may have suggested that he made Keith Richards look pre-pubescent by comparison. I'm not saying I was wrong. I still think Eddie looks a little rough, but some new evidence regarding Keith Richards has come to light.

It is my duty as Celebritologist to bring this evidence to you. I would be remiss in continuing to let you think Keith is in any way fresh-faced compared to Eddie Van Halen. They are both excellent musicians, legends utterly deserving of mass adoration and infinitely more talented than I am. But they could both still use a little time at the spa.

By Liz Kelly  | March 21, 2006; 8:33 AM ET
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