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When Clay Aiken's infant son, Parker Foster Aiken, was just four weeks old, the former American Idol singer was thrust into panic mode.

The baby, who had been vomiting with increasing frequency, had to undergo emergency surgery for an intestinal condition that complicates digestion.

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Natalie Portman and Devendra Banhart have reportedly split up. Please, breathe. Try to contain your shock over this devastating piece of celebrity news.

Things apparently just weren't working out between the pair, who started dating in April. Portman appeared in the video for Banhart’s song "Carmensita."

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Not sure what she's thinking - but boy is she cute!

It was take your child to work day for Katie Holmes yesterday, as the actress headed to Gerald Schoenfeld Theatre for a performance of All My Sons.

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Heidi Montag was pleased to hear former roommate and BFF, Lauren Conrad, say she misses her on a recent episode of MTV's hit series, The Hills.

"I was glad to hear it... I thought it was really sweet," Montag said in an interview with Extra. "That really brought a big smile to my face."

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The Hills star and aspiring fashion designer Whitney Port - who's poised to star in her own reality show called The City - was seen enjoying a romantic outdoor patio dinner with her hipster boyfriend while filming her new spin-off series on Wednesday.

Whitney's shaggy, smiling beau is Jay Lyon, who plays in a band called Tamarama and used to date Miranda Kerr. Some guys have all the luck ...

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Oh yes. Though not in the involuntary-psychiatric-hold kinda way.

Still, when Britney Spears emerged from the Takami Sushi & Robata Restauarant in L.A. wearing a short black wig on Wednesday, one couldn't help but think back to the good ol' days of the pink wig and British accent.

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Yesterday, Republican presidential candidate John McCain was supposed to appear on The Late Show with David Letterman, but he bailed at the last second to head to Washington and deal with the country's mounting economic crisis.

Far from pleased by this charade, Letterman went off on some serious rants - even by his standards - against McCain and vice presidential candidate Sarah Palin. No Brad Hanson jokes were made, but just about everything else was fair game:

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