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Posted at 7:54 AM ET, 05/ 1/2007

Morning Mix: Heather Mills Compares McCartney to Alec Baldwin

By Liz Kelly

Headlines: British Army chief says Prince Harry will go to Iraq... "The View's" Elizabeth Hasselbeck expecting second child... Rosie O'Donnell says she'll announce her next move soon... Injured Ellen DeGeneres to host show from hospital bed... Dannielynn Birkhead issued passport, could arrive in U.S. with dad Larry today... Sting plans to anthologize his lyrics in book form... British fashion critics praise Kate Moss's new line of clothing... Danny DeVito introducing his own brand of limoncello... Phil Spector trial temporarily halted... Bruce Willis says being famous is "weird" (I think his fame is weird, too)... What is Britney Spears wearing?... The Beckhams new L.A. home clocks in at 13,000 square feet... Kim Kardashian reaches settlement in sex tape case.

Rumor Mill: Heather Mills likens Paul McCartney to Alec Baldwin... Baldwin relaunching Web site to promote upcoming book... Gisele Bundchen walks away from Victoria's Secret over contract dispute... Debra Messing refused to wear falsies for "Will & Grace" (second item)... Jude Law not dating Lindsay Lohan... Barbra Streisand charging $1,000 a ticket for European concerts... Mel Gibson planning "Maverick" sequel?

Dude: Get your own "Big Lebowski" action figures. (via PopCandy)

Say What?
"A sweater, a guitar and the lyrics to '(Smells Like) Teen Spirit' -- that's what my daughter gets. And the rest of it we'll just... sell." -- Courtney Love on her decision to auction off the bulk of late husband Kurt Cobain's belongings

By Liz Kelly  | May 1, 2007; 7:54 AM ET
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