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Posted at 7:52 AM ET, 05/25/2007

Morning Mix: George Clooney's $350K Kiss

By Liz Kelly

Angelina Jolie and Brad Pitt walk the 'Oceans 13' red carpet at Cannes. (AP)

Headlines: George Clooney sells a kiss for $350,000 (but did he have an eye lift?)... Barbara Walters says O'Donnell/Hasselbeck feud was not a ratings stunt, Rosie sad, show staffer defaces Hasselbeck pix; Donald Trump sides with Rosie... Howard Stern says he tried to kill himself twice... Lindsay Lohan recording new "urban pop" album... Britney Spears takes her boys sailing... Mini Britney Terra Jole signs on to Las Vegas show... Orlando Bloom taking a break from acting... Marilyn Manson says Dita Von Teese destroyed his soul... Dr. Martens apologizes for Kurt Cobain ad... Jordin Sparks wears Badgley Mischka for "Idol" win... Prince planning seven Hollywood shows... Janice Dickinson shows off her panties at restaurant (Warning: Not safe for work)... Paul McCartney debuts video on YouTube... Osmond family planning reunion... Prosecutors say Tom Sizemore should go to prison... Anne Heche calls estranged husband a ping-pong playing liar.

Rumor Mill: Reps deny Britney Spears/Ryan Phillippe hook up (fourth item)... Rose McGowan and Robert Rodriguez come out as couple at Cannes... Victoria Beckham pulled over for traffic violation.

Say What?
"In my life, I ignore my fears too often, but then I'm left with nothing to challenge the best of me. I just remain cowering from my true identity. There is no discovery." -- Taking a page from Britney Spears's playbook, Jessica Simpson posts a Michelangelo-inspired message on her Web site

Bonus: If you thought yesterday's Rosie O'Donnell video was painful, try this on for size...

By Liz Kelly  | May 25, 2007; 7:52 AM ET
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