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Posted at 3:50 PM ET, 12/ 1/2010

This just in...: Joe Lockhart and Ed Henry to teach GW journalism class; Jennifer Grey needs surgery; Kate Gosselin's kid woes

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Henry (William B. Plowman/AP); Lockhart (Rick Bowmer/AP)

  • Joe Lockhart and Ed Henry are teaming up for an undergraduate course at George Washington University next spring, the school announced Tuesday. The former White House press secretary and CNN's senior White House correspondent will co-teach "Both Sides of the Podium" -- a look at the relationship between the press and the White House.

  • Jennifer Grey danced through the pain and won the mirror-ball trophy last week on "Dancing with the Stars," but now's she's paying the price. The actress, 50, will undergo surgery for a ruptured disk in her lower back, reports Access Hollywood.

  • Reality mom Kate Gosselin is denying two of her eight kids were expelled from school for bad behavior. "The school would never use that word," she told People. Whatever -- but Collin and Alexis, 6, were asked to leave and are being taught by a private tutor until they stop acting out in the classroom. Gosselin said the kids miss their dad and suffer from "divorce anger."


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