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Posted at 7:01 AM ET, 11/ 7/2007

Morning Mix: George Clooney vs. Fabio?

By Liz Kelly

Headlines: Britney Spears ordered to pay K-Fed's legal fees... Eagles top Spears on Billboard charts... Jane Seymour cut from "Dancing with the Stars"... Paul McCartney snapped canoodling in Hamptons... Vince Vaughn claims he doesn't own a cell phone. (I guess this one belongs to someone else?)... Paris and Nicky Hilton judge Tokyo beauty pageant... Russell Crowe loves shopping, plans baptism... Michael Lohan says he's not up for a reality show... Rihanna opens up about romance with Josh Hartnett... Ethiopian students protest Beyonce's meeting with church leaders... Meat Loaf scraps European tour after developing cyst on vocal cords... Rebecca De Mornay arrested on DUI suspicion... Diddy won't face charges in nightclub dispute... Osmond family patriarch dead at 90.

Rumor Mill: George Clooney and Fabio nearly come to blows over restaurant pix... Mel Gibson's son in rehab... Michael Jackson's Neverland ranch in foreclosure? (And is Jacko living in D.C.?)... Britney Spears parks in disabled driver space... Former assistant says Spears had shrine to K-Fed... Mandy Moore dating Matthew Perry?... "Lost" lovers Evangeline Lilly and Dominic Monaghan split?

Say What?
"It will be nice to step into Samantha's skin again but I'm only doing the film for the money." -- Kim Cattrall distances herself from her "Sex and the City" co-stars Sarah Jessica Parker, Cynthia Nixon and Kristin Davis, who are clearly in it for the Oscar buzz

Watch It: Gwen Stefani brings 17-month-old son Kingston on stage for final stop of her Sweet Escape tour...

Note: no main post today. But we'll be back to full strength tomorrow. -- Liz

By Liz Kelly  | November 7, 2007; 7:01 AM ET
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