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Friday, 2 January 2009

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Matt Dillon was taken into custody for driving his car at over 100 MPH in Vermont last week. Dillon admitted to the charge and insisted that arresting officer, Festus Haggen, send a copy of the arrest to his publicity agent. Dillon has a new movie coming out later this year.

Alaskan Governor Sarah Palin hasn't had much to say about her new grandson but told the press Monday, "Now that this VP and baby thing is over, I'm taking a vacation to go shoot some animals."

Dallas football star Tony "Romeo" Romo collapsed in the shower after his team took a terrible beating from the Philadelphia Eagles, 44-6 in an NFL Playoff game. Romo, apparently not seriously hurt, told the press that he was exhausted.

"From the Eagles defense?"

"That, plus Jessica!"

Britney Spears big brother got married to Graciella Sanchez on New Year's Eve according to a cousin of the family who told us, "Britney was there. She wore a beautiful Goddiva dress, 6-inch heels and no underwear."

Paula Abdul is planning on doing a TV Talk Show later in the year according to a Hollywood source. The show will contain some top names in the entertainment field. Rumor is that the 46-year-old Abdul announced her plans after purchasing some wire tap tapes from a former FBI agent.

And finally, the new Broadway Musical "Senator Craig, Shakes A Leg" will make it's way to the stage in April.

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