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DISBANDED

Spiritually-inclined rockers Creed have called it quits. Frontman Scott Stapp will pursue a solo career, while bandmates Mark Tremonti and Scott Phillips form a new group called Alter Bridge with former Creed bassist Brian Marshall. Singer-songwriter Myles Kennedy (of Mayfield Four fame) rounds out the new quartet. read more

FAMILY CRISIS

Remember little Andy Keaton from Family Ties? No? Well, listen up anyway. His now 22-year-old portrayer, Brian Bonsall, was busted by cops in Boulder, Colo., last week on suspicion of DUI. I blame Mallory. read more

CELLING OUT

Oscar winner Catherine Zeta-Jones is making no apologies for hawking cell phones for T-Mobile or selling wedding photos of her marriage to Michael Douglas to OK! for $1.6 million. "I've worked really bloody hard," she harrumphs in the new issue of W magazine, "and I don't get why people don't go, 'Oh, good for her!'" In related news, Zeta-Jones invites bargain hunters to stop by the stoop sale she's having this weekend outside her Manhattan co-op! read more

THE ELLE WORD

MGM is developing an hourlong syndicated TV series based on the Legally Blonde film franchise. There's no word on who would replace Reese Witherspoon as lovable ditz Elle Woods, but here's a thought: Someone needs to kill this project now. read more

FUNGUS FLAP

Former NYPD Blue star Nicholas Turturro has settled a lawsuit against a man who sold him a home in Tarzana, Calif., that was allegedly infested with toxic mold. Terms of the settlement were not disclosed, but rumor has it Turturro walked away with six bottles of Tilex and a scrub brush. read more

LORD STILL KING

The Lord of the Rings: The Return of the King was named best film at the 2004 MTV Movie Awards, which were doled out Saturday in Los Angeles. Kill Bill: Vol. 1 picked up three popcorn buckets, including best female performance for Uma Thurman and best villain for Lucy Liu. The night's top honor — best kiss — went to Amy Smart, Carmen Electra and Owen Wilson for their three-way smooch in Starsky & Hutch. Electra, who accepted solo, celebrated her big win by planting wet ones on presenters Snoop Dogg and Paris Hilton — and I'm not talking about moist towelettes. See for yourself Thursday night when MTV airs the ceremony at 9 pm/ET. read more

LIFE AFTER SEX

The exec producer of Sex and the City is speaking out for the first time about Kim Cattrall's decision to pull out of the show's big-screen spinoff — a stunt that killed the project for good. "The thing that's saddest for me," Michael Patrick King tells USA Today, "is that the whole movie was for the audience. The series ended with pathos and deep emotion, but this would have been big laughs. Now it will never happen." King says the movie would have picked up where the series left off and also feature a flashback to the girls' first meeting in the '80s. "It would have been screamingly funny," he says. "A lot of '80s clothes." Damn you, Kim Cattrall! Damn you! read more

HAS HE FOUND THE KILLERS YET?

Today's Katie Couric has nabbed what NBC is calling an "exclusive" interview with O.J. Simpson for tonight's Dateline NBC. That's odd, because I could have sworn Fox News Channel's Greta Van Susteren just scored her own O.J. sit-down, during which the Naked Gun star teased his straight-to-DVD prank show, Juiced. "It's a takeoff on something called Punk'd," he said. "It's me... 'juicing' people." And then denying it. read more

THE CRITICS SPEAK!

The Television Critics Association (of which you-know-who is a member) announced the nominees for its annual tube awards Thursday and Fox's Arrested Development, Comedy Central's The Daily Show, NBC's The Apprentice, and HBO's The Sopranos and Angels in America will duke it out for Program of the Year. Arrested was also singled out in the Best New Series slot, along with HBO's Deadwood, CBS's Joan of Arcadia, Fox's The O.C. and the late, great Wonderfalls. I voted for HBO's Carnivale, which shows you how much pull I have in this club. The winners, meanwhile, will be announced July 17. read more

HAS HE FOUND THE KILLERS YET?

Today's Katie Couric has nabbed what NBC is calling an "exclusive" interview with O.J. Simpson for tonight's Dateline NBC. That's odd, because I could have sworn Fox News Channel's Greta Van Susteren just scored her own O.J. sit-down, during which the Naked Gun star teased his straight-to-DVD prank show, Juiced. "It's a takeoff on something called Punk'd," he said. "It's me... 'juicing' people." And then denying it. read more

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