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Nine years we've put up with Star Jones on "The View". Now that Elizabeth Hasselbeck has assumed the role of The Annoying One, Star and her fat salary are expendable. Barbara Walters tells everyone who will listen that ABC did not renew Jones-Reynolds' contract at the begining of this year. However, that contradicts what Walters said just two months ago: "Rosie will be there. And if Star wants to continue to be there, she is welcome."

Yesterday Star called Seacrest and revealed that she wasn't fired personally: the network called her agent and the agent delivered the bad news. What we want to know is, why on Earth would you pass up an opportunity to fire Star Jones? We don't know one group that she reaches -- young people, old people, men, women, everyone universally despises the woman. "The Surreal Life" is cracking its knuckles.

Nine months Sean Preston Federline has been in his mother's care and he's not only still kickin, but he's pretty cute, damnit. After nearly dropping him, not using a car seat, and still being married to KFed, Britney realizes that she probably could have made better choices with her son. So she is planning on moving to Louisiana just as hurricane season starts to warm up real nice.

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Nine candid pictures of Eva Longoria in a bikini at the pool, clearly unaware that someone with a camera would be interested in such photographs of the nimble actress.

Thirteen tracks on the new Dr. Dre greatest hits package, including a longer version of "California Love".

41 year-old David Spade is still somehow hanging out with Heather Locklear. Proof that any man can get any woman with the right amount of luck, timing, and more luck, Jordan Bratman.

Track One Brooke Hogan's new video doesn't suck, but if you don't have her to look at and have to rely on her singing you probably won't like it. That's the only reasoning we can think explains why track one of her official site's "radio" is an instrumental version of her new single. Just what we were waiting for, the new song by Hulk's daughter, minus her singing.