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Posted at 8:35 AM ET, 07/11/2006

Morning Mix: Eddie Murphy Dating Scary Spice?

By Liz Kelly

Headlines: "Idol" rocker Chris Daughtry signs record deal... Angelina Jolie to portray Kung Fu Tigress... Lindsay Lohan latest celeb to endorse acne medication... Mickey Rourke admits to cutting off own finger... LeAnn Rimes to have surgery for leg infection... Elizabeth Taylor says she enjoys food too much, dresses to impress men... Coming soon to a theater near you: Burger King, the Movie... "Rocky Balboa" trailer now online.

Rumor Mill: Eddie Murphy dating Scary Spice?... Paris Hilton calls Nicole Richie a "snob"... Michael Jackson reportedly attempted to adopt two Brazilian babies... Russell Crowe drives into concrete pylon outside hospital... Natalie Portman may play Indiana Jones' daughter.

Suri Watch: Scientology may be keeping baby out of public eye. Tom Cruise also increasingly influenced by beliefs:

"While on his worldwide promotion of 'Mission Impossible III,' I am told, his behavior was, in a word, paranoid," says Ross. "He was obsessed about the purity of the air and at one point, he was convinced he was being followed and insisted on taking longer routes to places. He was also quite concerned about whether locks worked and had them checked. -- The Scoop

Hasselhoff Watch: I don't know what the most upsetting thing about this David Hasselhoff music video is: the awful singing, the paunchy spastic dancing, the use of Kitt to further the Hoff's music career, the bad production values, the totally overt use of the American flag or the actual "plot" of the video. Gouging eyes out now.

By Liz Kelly  | July 11, 2006; 8:35 AM ET
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I don't think that anything Mickey Rourke does deserves mention.

Posted by: Mike | July 14, 2006 8:35 AM | Report abuse

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