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buns in the oven? Anna Nicole Smith, who just had the Supreme Court side with her (sort of) against her nasty stepson, is rumored to be pregnant — with twins. Our favorite part of the story is the name of her lawyer, who issued a non-denial of the pregnancy yesterday: he's Howard K. Stern.

Disney hottie While we're talking about centerfolds, Kara Monaco, a former staff cast member of Walt Disney World, who used to dress up as Snow White and Cinderella, has been named Playmate of the Year by Hugh Hefner and his Playboy enterprises.

sonogram ban? Ted Lieu, Assemblyman from Torrance, has introduced legislation that would regulate the sale of ultrasound machines — it's being called the TomKat bill. Is it an easy sell, or will passage be (brace for it) mission impossible?

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Sharpton, uniter? Outspoken Reverend Al Sharpton has been many things — including candidate for mayor, senate and president — but a uniter? Not so much. Maybe that'll change as he joins Christine Chavez (candidate for the 45th Assembly district) leading a national conference on relations between Latinos and African-Americans on June 3rd.