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The Phil Spector murder trial is starting today and the first question we'd like to ask the jury is how you liking the makeover?

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Sassy, yet modern. The whole ensemble is saying, "insane but in a wacky - but not spontaneously murderous - way."

One can be an eccentric without being dangerous. Fatally dangerous, at least.

OK with that out of the way, bring on the witchhunt!