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Friday, December 10, 2004

People in the News: Catherine tells Brad: Love her like a rock

Picture this: You're Brad Pitt. You don't know what to get your wifey, who happens to be Jennifer Aniston, for your fourth wedding anniversary. Who you gonna call? Why Catherine Zeta-Jones, of course. MSNBC.com reports that while filming "Ocean's Twelve" last summer, Pitt asked co-star Zeta-Jones for advice. She recommended a ruby.

"Don't girls ever get bored with jewels?" asked Pitt. "No," replied Zeta-Jones. "Call me old-fashioned, but nothing says 'I love you' like a big, old rock." So did she marry Michael Douglas for all the "love" he can give her?

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  • Could this be the first time in 33 years that America will usher in the new year without Dick Clark?

    The Associated Press reports that the "American Bandstand" icon was hospitalized this week after suffering a mild stroke. His publicist would only say that Clark, who turned 75 on Nov. 30, suffered the stroke this week and that he'd been hospitalized in the Los Angeles area. The entertainer, who went from hosting "American Bandstand" to game shows and producing awards ceremonies, is scheduled to host ABC's "Dick Clark's Primetime New Year's Rockin' Eve 2005" and "Dick Clark's New Year's Rockin' Eve 2005" on Dec. 31.

    "The doctors tell me I should be back in the swing of things before too long so I'm hopeful to be able to make it to Times Square to help lead the country in ringing in the new year once again," Clark said in a statement Wednesday.

  • Here's the thing about becoming too famous too young: You lose your sense of humor.

    Star.com reports that at the Nov. 19 wrap party for Disney's "Herbie: Fully Loaded," star Lindsay Lohan wigged out when she saw the 12-minute gag reel put together by the crew as a surprise for her. "The reel included clips of Lindsay flubbing her lines, giggling in the middle of takes and screeching, 'I suck,' " reads the story. Lindsay didn't think it was so funny. She bolted. Then she came back, screaming and pointing fingers until she was escorted out by her own bodyguards. Very un-Disney-like behavior. Maybe it's that crazy diet the Star reports Lindsay's on that's making her so crabby ...

  • The New York Post reports that yet again, "Saturday Night Live" alum Tracy Morgan was drunk and misbehavin' in a New York club.

    This time, he got hammered at the Coral Room, took his shirt off (he does that when he gets loaded) and got fresh with a waitress. When she didn't scream, "Oh my God! You're the drunk, shirtless, vulgar comedian I've been waiting for all my life!" Morgan called her something we can't print.

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    In October, the paper reported that Morgan (who is banned from another club, Madam X, for failing to keep his shiznit together) got drunk at yet another club, Suede, took his shirt off and crawled around on all fours vomiting.

    Dude, get help, now.

    -- P-I reporter D. Parvaz


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