The summer heat appears to be taking its toll on Ashlee Simpson and her fans. The disappointment of a slew of Ashlee advocates in Ohio will soon seem like nothing compared to the thousands of pissed of Marie Claire readers.

It all started two months ago, when Jessica's little sister gave an interview to the women's magazine, championing natural beauty and self-acceptance (while stifling laugther, we're sure).

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As Jessica Simpson magazine sales cool off, the aspiring actress has an idea of how to boost her image: go to work! As a girl!

Simpson is rumored to be reprising the role Melanie Griffith made famous in Working Girl. Don't you love when they remake movies that are a whole 15 years old?

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Sorry guys... this offer is just for the ladies. The Pussycat Dolls are looking for another pussycat... and are taking their search to live TV.

According to Variety, the CV has ordered eight episodes of The Search for the Next Pussycat Doll, which is shaping up like a raunchy, titillating hybrid of America's Next Top Model and American Idol. The show's purpose, in addition to drawing millions of ogling males, will be to help the crew recruit a new member.

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In the 1999 film Magnolia, Tom Cruise's character, Frank T.J. Mackey, an author of a self-help guide for men, tells his audience that before any women will sleep with them, they must "respect the cock!"

Someone should have told Tom that back in high school.

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Many things can be said about Lindsay Lohan - and most of them involve her propensity for sucking and/or lack of eating. But the skeletal skank knows how to remain in the news.

With help from her mom, Dina, who knows how long American can go on talking about this desperate diva. The latest from Lohan land? Lindsay has been summoned to be questioned in her mother's court battle over a music deal.

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Fans already know two characters will die, but a pair of famous authors pray one of them won't be Harry Potter himself.

John Irving and Stephen King made a plea to J.K. Rowling on Tuesday not to kill the fictional boy wizard in the final book of the series, but Rowling made no promises.

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