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Posted at 7:49 AM ET, 01/11/2008

Morning Mix: Hanks Urges End to Writers' Strike

By Liz Kelly

Gravity-loving actress Jennifer Love Hewitt visits the 7th Annual awards season Diamond Fashion Show Preview in Beverly Hills. The fashion industry could take a big financial hit if more shows go the way of the canceled Golden Globes. (Reuters)

Headlines: Potential Academy Award nominee Tom Hanks anxious to end writers' strike... Pam Anderson denies pregnancy reports... Rosie O'Donnell sends former "View" nemesis Elisabeth Hasselbeck baby gifts... Donda West died of heart disease following surgery... Stella McCartney welcomes third child, Beckett Robert Lee Willis... RCA dumps former "Idol" runner-up Katharine McPhee... Winemakers say Paris Hilton is too "sensational" for their image... James Gandolfini engaged to model girlfriend.

Crime Watch: Former "Lost"-ie Michelle Rodriguez freed from jail after serving 18 days of a 180-day sentence... Government says Wesley Snipes didn't pay taxes on $38 million... Would-be Tom Cruise extortionist sentenced to two years probation... Nicolas Cage's naked intruder sentenced to rehab.

Brit Watch: Brit surfaces in Mexico with married photog pal Adnan Ghalib, then Ghalib returns to Beverly Hills less than 24 hours later... K-Fed back in the studio, but not behind the mike.

Rumor Mill: Oprah leaves longtime companion Stedman Graham out of her will... Nicole Richie may deliver baby next week... Jamie Lynn Spears's baby daddy demanding paternity test... Tracy Morgan's wife reportedly files for divorce... Janice Dickinson claims Sly Stallone juiced her... Ryan O'Neal delivers knock out punch to 22-year-old son.

By Liz Kelly  | January 11, 2008; 7:49 AM ET
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