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Posted at 7:33 AM ET, 03/26/2007

Morning Mix: Britney Tries Hip-Hop, Visits Hospital

By Liz Kelly

Update: Officials say Anna Nicole Smith's died of overdose. -- 10:49 a.m. ET

Headlines: Anna Nicole Smith autopsy reports expected at 10:30 a.m. ET (also see Rumor Mill below)... Britney Spears emerges from post-rehab seclusion to attend hip-hop class, go to the hospital for toothache... K-Fed celebrates birthday with kids and ex Shar Jackson... Mel Gibson drops the F-bomb on heckler... 90-year-old Kirk Douglas sets up MySpace page (but only has one friend so far, and it's Tom!)... Oprah Winfrey to name new book club pick... New Miss USA crowned, bringing Tara Conner's news-making reign to an end... Elton John celebrates 60th birthday at Madison Square Garden... Emma Watson signs on for final "Harry Potter" movies... Naomi Campbell wraps up community service in evening gown... Roseanne Barr buys Hawaiian macadamia nut farm... Snoop Dogg denied visa for U.K. concert dates... Photographers sue Denise Richards and Pamela Anderson in alleged assault incident... Royals deny Prince Harry's involvement in scuffle with photog, though the pix look awfully convincing.

Rumor Mill: If you can't wait for official word, tabloid says Anna Nicole Smith died from toxic level of sleep medication and blood infection... Lindsay Lohan dating James Blunt?... Bruce Willis and Courtney Love spotted in liplock... Hotel pressing charges against Scott Weiland and wife for trashed hotel room... Michael Jackson wants to build 50-foot robot of himself in Vegas... Will Angelina Jolie have trouble with Pax's birth mom?... Singer Amy Winehouse demands champagne, vodka and pizza backstage.

By Liz Kelly  | March 26, 2007; 7:33 AM ET
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