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Posted at 8:07 AM ET, 06/17/2008

Morning Mix: Amy Winehouse Hospitalized After Fainting

By Liz Kelly

Headlines: Amy Winehouse hospitalized after fainting... Jennifer Aniston and John Mayer head south of the border... Billy Bob Thornton says Angelina Jolie will tire of Brad Pitt... Alec Baldwin says he's tired of acting... Heidi Klum sports a new tattoo... R. Kelly's lawyer apologizes for using Miley Cyrus's name in closing arguments... Kate Hudson celebrates Father's Day with ex Chris Robinson and new flame Lance Armstrong... Construction of Celine Dion's Florida dream home plagued by problems... Producer says Lindsay Lohan "amazing" and "professional" on set... Emma Watson ("Harry Potter's" Hermione) named new face of Chanel's Coco Mademoiselle... Mark Wahlberg sued by ex bodyguard (for back pay, not the price of a "The Happening" ticket)... Special effects guru Stan Winston dead at 62.

Crime Watch: Britney Spears cleared in paparazzo accident... Singer Taylor Dayne gets probation in DUI case.

Rumor Mill: Jennifer Aniston has co-star Jennifer Connelly cut from magazine cover... Paris Hilton denied puppy impulse buy... Engagement off for Brian Austin Green and Megan Fox?... Heather Mills buys $5 million New York condo... Jessica Simpson disses Tony Romo ex Carrie Underwood with message t-shirt.

Say What?
"When I'm in really good shape, I like my butt. It's juicy." -- Actress Ali Larter ("Heroes") on self-acceptance.

"CBS felt that the name Bruce sounded too gayish, and they wanted David. I thought it was the most absurd, ridiculous thing I'd ever heard." -- Lou Ferrigno on why the name of "Hulk" alter-ego Bruce Banner was changed to "David" for the '70s TV series.

By Liz Kelly  | June 17, 2008; 8:07 AM ET
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