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Posted at 6:48 AM ET, 03/13/2007

Morning Mix: Pam and Tommy Lee, Together Again?

By Liz Kelly

Headlines: Britney Spears's ex Isaac Cohen says she's in his prayers... Van Halen, R.E.M., Grandmaster Flash inducted into Rock Hall of Fame... Tori Spelling reconciles with her mom... Regis Philbin to have bypass surgery... Angelina Jolie expected to pick up Vietnamese son in a few weeks... Designer Marc Jacobs checks into rehab... Some parents say Oprah Winfrey's South African school is "too strict"... Whitney Houston beginning work on new album... Sylvester Stallone charged with importing steroids to Australia... Ashley Judd mobbed by fans in Mumbai's red light district... Kristy Swanson to play Anna Nicole Smith on "Law & Order"... Snoop Dogg held overnight in Sweden on suspicion of drug use... Former "American Idol" employee says contestant Mario Vazquez sexually harassed him... Leonardo DiCaprio's bodyguards held after scuffle with paparazzi in Israel... Eric Carmen charged with DUI... Laila Ali to marry... Group aims to debunk celebrity science claims.

Rumor Mill: Pamela Anderson and Tommy Lee together again?... Lindsay Lohan's late night dates with Jude Law... Madonna planning a move to Manhattan?... Burger King gives Jennifer Hudson free burgers for life... Gerard Butler may star in "Escape from New York" remake... Catherine Zeta-Jones poised to launch her own perfume... Beckhams give $1 million to kids' charities.

Idol Chatter: Join season 5 "Idol" runner-up Katharine McPhee today at 3 p.m. ET to talk about life since the show, including her new album and single and her upcoming appearances. Plus, get her thoughts on the current crop of "Idol" hopefuls.

By Liz Kelly  | March 13, 2007; 6:48 AM ET
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