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Posted at 8:45 AM ET, 08/23/2006

Morning Mix: Cruise's Business Too Risky for Paramount

By Liz Kelly

Cruise Update: Paramount and Tom Cruise both claim to have ended relationship. For more details, review last night's reports.

Headlines: Jake Gyllenhaal beats out Matthew McConaughey to play Lance Armstrong in biopic... Lindsay Lohan's dad draws (bizarre) editorial cartoon... "Superman" Brandon Routh engaged... Brittany Murphy ends engagement to fiance of eight months... James Gandolfini to star as Ernest Hemingway... Joey Lawrence rocks a bald head on "Dancing With the Stars" (video)... Ricky Gervais launches third season of Internet audio show... Trey Parker, Matt Stone to make two new live-action movies... Willie Nelson speaks out against wild horse slaughter... DMX to entertain troops in Persian Gulf... Hilary Duff to serve school lunches on Katrina anniversary trip... Ozzy Osbourne voted Britain's "silliest celeb."

Rumor Mill: Paris Hilton shacks up with "firecrotch" spewing Brandon Davis... Beyoncé planning $3 million November wedding to Jay-Z (second item)... Did Pete Doherty miss wedding to Kate Moss or did he attack a nurse while in rehab or both?

Celebrity Yearbook Photos: Minutes of priceless entertainment busting on the stars when they looked awkward and geeky or, to put it another way, just like us at 17.

By Liz Kelly  | August 23, 2006; 8:45 AM ET
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Liz, can't we spend the day gossiping about Tom Cruise, and hoping that something might increase his SQ (Sanity Quotient?)

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