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Top Celebrity News Stories for Thursday, January 10 2008

Sugar Bits — Michelle Rodriguez Out of Jail After 18 Days

  • Michelle Rodriguez has been released from jail after serving 18 days, one tenth of her 180 day sentence. The lucky actress was released due to the usual jail overcrowding. I'm starting to think we need more jails in LA. Besides, tough girl Michelle must be very disappointed, considering how much she likes jail. — TMZ
  • The California Department of Health has ruled that Cedars-Sinai failed to adhere to procedure when Dennis Quaid's newborn twins received a nearly fatal overdose of blood thinner, and has yet to determine whether or not to fine the hospital. Fortunately, the babies are at home now and are doing well. — The LA Times

  • New mother Salma Hayek is fronting a campaign to vaccinate Asian and African babies in need against tetanus. We're sure little Valentina is proud of her do-gooder mom. — LilSugar
  • Johnny Grant, the honorary mayor of Hollywood, passed away yesterday in his suite at the Roosevelt Hotel at the age of 84. Our thoughts are with his friends and family. — AP
  • After responding to reports of her pregnancy on her blog with a simple, "no", Pamela Anderson's rep has confirmed that she is not pregnant. That's one less thing to complicate her messy on-again off-again divorce. — People
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