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Posted at 8:00 AM ET, 09/25/2007

Morning Mix: Rosie O'Donnell Sabotages Her Own Book Release

By Liz Kelly

Morning MIx: Rosie O'Donnell cancels all book promo interviews... Jon Stewart to interview Bolivian leader... Bruce Springsteen playing two Asbury Park boardwalk shows... Inquest into death of Daniel Smith to begin next month... Britney Spears kind of dyes her hair, y'all... Charlie Sheen accuses ex Denise Richards of "abuse and harassment"... "Dancing With the Stars" co-host Samantha Harris welcomes baby girl... "Family Ties'" Tina Yothers delivers baby boy... Miley Cyrus ("Hannah Montana") victim of pregnancy rumor Internet hoax... Kevin Spacey meets with Venezuelan president Hugo Chavez... Richard Gere calls Iraq invasion "big lie"... Larry Birkhead's former lawyer sues him for defamation... $7 million may be missing from James Brown's estate... Mike Tyson pleads guilty to cocaine possession and DUI charges in Arizona... David Hasselhoff's ex-wife booked on hit-and-run charges... Hulk Hogan's son fined $1,000 for speeding.

Rumor MIll: Lindsay Lohan to leave rehab this weekend? (second item)... Victoria Beckham homesick, wasting away to (even more) nothing... Mariah Carey's entourage includes breast tape assistant... Justin Timberlake cancels gigs because of hangover... Rep denies reports that Mel Gibson has fallen off the wagon... Maya Rudolph leaving "Saturday Night Live"?... Extra spills "Indiana Jones" plot points (spoiler warning).

Say What?
"I WANT a fatwa. I used to see Salman Rushdie in the Sky Bar in L.A. He wasn't in hiding; he became world-renowned for his fatwa. So why can't I get a fatwa? Don't they read my stuff?" -- Conservative commentator/author Ann Coulter, who I'm sure can be easily obliged

By Liz Kelly  | September 25, 2007; 8:00 AM ET
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