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She’s still Dave’s uncover girl

Drew Barrymore grew up with pictures of models such as Cheryl Tiegs, Rachel Hunter and Christie Brinkley plastered on her bedroom wall like wallpaper. Come January, another young girl can do the same with Barrymore's photo.

A copycat candle in the wind?

Even before Tuesday's announcement that Larry Birkhead – not Howard K. Stern – was the daddy of the late Anna Nicole Smith's baby, Hugh Hefner wanted one thing understood: "I can make clear at this time that I am not the father of the child." Hef was joking, but the Playboy magazine magnate is serious about his tributes to the former centerfold: a 10-page pictorial in the May issue, an hourlong retrospective on Playboy TV and an online memorial on Playboy.com.

Imus, Sharpton go head to head

Don Imus issued another apology on the Rev. Al Sharpton's radio show Monday for calling members of the Rutgers women's basketball team "nappy-headed hos," while Sharpton called the comments "abominable" and "racist" and repeated his demand that Imus be fired. "Our agenda is to be funny and sometimes we go too far. And this time we went way too far," Imus said of his own radio show last week.

The real Bassett is no hound

There has been a tradition, in the post-"Little Mermaid" era of Disney animation, to style characters after the actors who voice them. The teacup in "Beauty and the Beast," for example, has the features of Angela Lansbury, and Genie in "Aladdin" zaps around with the franticness of Robin Williams.

How long can she carry the torch?

The wife of Velvet Revolver singer Scott Weiland was arrested for burning his clothes hours after the couple brawled at a luxury hotel, police said Monday. Mary Weiland, 31, was booked for investigation of felony arson vandalism after officers responded to a call Saturday night and found a trash can at their Toluca Lake home full of smoldering clothes.

He’s ready to cut to the chase

Chris Gardner is still pursuing happiness. Despite being a best-selling author, a sought-after motivational speaker and having a bank account as big as his beaming smile, Gardner says he's unhappy – fed up, actually – with how the poor, homeless and veterans are treated in America.

Steaming up the small screen

It's official: Evangeline Lilly (Kate on "Lost") and Patrick Dempsey (Derek, aka Dr. McDreamy on "Grey's Anatomy") are the sexiest stars on TV. At least, that's according to TV Guide's first-ever list of tube hotties.