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Tori Spelling ailing From Us: "Tori Spelling is hospitalized with an unknown stomach ailment, her rep confirms to Usmagazine.com. "Tori went to the hospital last night for abdominal pain," her rep tells Us. "They released her last night." But Spelling, 36, was readmitted Tuesday. "She wasn't feeling better today so she returned to the hospital for more tests," the rep continues. Husband Dean McDermott wrote on Twitter Monday night: "T is in the hospital now with severe stomach pains. We're trying to get her comfortable." Later that evening, he wrote: "Just out of the hospital. After a battery of tests, no conclusive answers. She still feels terrible. Hope it passes soon. She's in a lot of pain."
Kathy Ireland kicked off Dancing With The Stars The voters rightly decided that her perma-smile was too boring for words or music and let her go. More here.
Restraining order against Edward Furlong "Actor Eddie Furlong has recently threatened suicide and was placed under psychiatric lockdown, his estranged wife alleges in a restraining order she obtained against him in Los Angeles. Rachael Kneeland, who is in the midst of divorcing the actor, claims Furlong's "drug use has escalated along with attacking me and threatening my life," according to the Superior Court papers. Furlong's rep, R.J. Rousso, tells People the allegations are false. The rep adds: "Eddie has been sober for more than five years and is preparing to begin production on a new film." In her court papers, Kneeland alleges that on Sept. 23 Furlong "grabbed me, bruised me, pushed me ... left messages saying he would hire people to come and beat me with chains and bats. He is smoking cocaine and doing other various drugs. He is very unpredictable."
Too much Clooney The Hollywood Reporter reports, "The always-crowded holiday movie season has its first controversy, with rival studios each slotting a George Clooney movie within a week of one another and nobody happy about the situation. At this point, Overture has "The Men Who Stare at Goats" -- a war-themed dark comedy -- set for wide release on Nov. 6. One week later, Paramount has a limited opening penciled in for "Up in the Air," a dramatic comedy that generated big positive buzz at the recent Toronto International Film Festival. Clooney numbers among producers on "Goats," directed by multihyphenate Grant Heslov. Perhaps for that reason, it appears its release date is sticking, while "Air" is almost certain to move from its Nov. 13 slot."