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Posted at 11:00 AM ET, 11/22/2010

Read this: Wages of fame edition (Bieber, Bristol, Bambi, Fran)

By The Reliable Source

(Chris Pizzello/AP)



"I've been singing Eminem since I was 3!"


-- Justin Bieber, on beating the grizzled 38-year-old for an American Music Award, one of four trophies the tween idol won last night...



Meanwhile, bring your Bristol Palin conspiracy theories over to Lisa de Moraes, where, just in time for tonight's final, she breaks down "Dancing with the Stars: Decision 2010: America at a Crossroads: The Final Countdown...


Bembenek in 1982. (Milwaukee Journal)



Our obit of the day: Bambi Bembenek, the infamous Playboy Club waitress turned convicted murderer turned jailbreak turned Dr. Phil casualty, who packed a lot of living into her 52 years...


All apt backdrop for an observation by elitists' elitist/underachieving lady of letters Fran Lebowitz, who says Andy Warhol never meant for everyone to try to be famous for 15 minutes: "This is what ruined the world," says Lebowitz in a new HBO doc. "This is what happens when an inside joke gets into the water supply."

By The Reliable Source  | November 22, 2010; 11:00 AM ET
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