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Top Celebrity News Stories For Wednesday, Jan. 23, 2008

Sugar Bits — Writers Won't Picket Grammys; Show Goes On

  • The Writers Guild has ruled that their striking writers will not picket the Grammy Awards on Feb. 10, which means that celebrities are free to attend and perform at the show. This is a good sign for the Oscars! — BuzzSugar
  • Police in London yesterday received the video of Amy Winehouse smoking crack from a UK newspaper in order to determine whether or not her behavior warrants an investigation. Maybe she'll join her husband in jail. — People
  • Always the romantic, Lenny Kravitz said he's been celibate for three years, as he's waiting to marry a woman who has more than just a great body, but also a mind and spirit. Let love rule, Lenny! — Page Six
  • An LA judge decided that Denise Richards may continue to film her reality show with the participation of her two daughters, despite the protests of their father, Charlie Sheen. What about our protests that she's even making a reality show? — TMZ
  • After Mad Money tanked at the box office last weekend, Diane Keaton received another blow in the form of a Moldy Tomato award for her stinker Because I Said So, which was the worst-reviewed movie of the year on the Rotten Tomatoes website. We'll always have Annie Hall. — Page Six


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