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Posted at 11:38 AM ET, 04/ 1/2008

Morning Mix: Katie Holmes Headed to Broadway?

By Liz Kelly

Apologies for the late posting. Our blog software was down all morning, so we're running a bit behind. Expect the main post a little later than usual, too.


Headlines: Daniel Craig still best dressed, says GQ... Kathie Lee Gifford joins "Today"... In more breaking news, NKOTB will perform as part of "Today's" concert series... Dane Cook named "Unfunniest Comic"... PETA offers Britney Spears a job... Reese Witherspoon volunteers at New Orleans school... R&B singer Sean Levert dies in jail... Paris Hilton takes a tumble in Prague... Jessica Simpson released from hospital... Adam Sandler breaks his ankle playing basketball... Jury says Daniel Smith died of accidental overdose... Woody Allen sues over ads using his image... David Schwimmer says no chance of "Friends" reunion... Tarzan sidekick Cheeta pens memoir.

Crime Watch: Alleged stalker arrested near John Cusack's home (no boombox found at scene).

Rumor Mill: Katie Holmes headed to Broadway?... Tom Cruise plotting fourth "Mission:Impossible" movie?... Was Ashton Kutcher behind the Brangelina wedding rumors?... And is Angelina Jolie really expecting twins?... Kate Hudson and Owen Wilson shopping for New York roost?... Christian Bale and Brandon Routh sign on to "Justice League" movie... Michael Jackson offered $35 million to perform 10-night gig... Amy Winehouse to appear in "Dr. Who" TV series... Johnny Depp not hawking condoms... Mary-Kate and Ashley Olsen feuding?

Say What?
"He's full of piss; someone has to extract it." -- Keith Richards on bandmate Mick Jagger's ego and how he keeps it in check

By Liz Kelly  | April 1, 2008; 11:38 AM ET
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