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V-Day in Celebland

Spike Jonze and Drew Barrymore spent Valentine's Day together. Nicole Kidman and Keith Urban spent Valentine's Day apart. Sarah Jessica Parker and Matthew Broderick spent Valentine's Day together, but seemed "distant." Mike Myers, Hugh Jackman, and Joan Collins all spent Valentine's Day at the Waverly Inn, though, presumably, not together. Mike Bloomberg's favorite singer is Aretha Franklin. Liz Smith says Steve Schwarzman's birthday blowout could have cost as much as $15 million.

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If You Spun It, Here's How It Would Have Happened

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Now that we know Judith Regan was fired from HarperCollins over a volley of anti-Semitic remarks, it strikes us that with the recent bumper crop of Great Moments in Racism — Michael Richards–gate, Rosie-gate, Mel Gibson Über alles — our culture has found a new cottage industry: Awesome excuses for Great Moments in Racism. And nearly all of them have shown up already in the Regan affair. After the jump, a cheat sheet for spinning your next ching chong.

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Baby Deutsch, Baby Trump

Lindsay Lohan flipped out at a GQ-sponsored dinner because she was seated next to Jessica Biel's assistant — who used to work for Lindsay. (Related: Lohan has merely been in three car accidents, not four). Russell Crowe was dumped by his publicist, may have done something to warrant a late-night trip to a Santa Fe emergency room. Jay McInerney and Anne Hearst eloped, to honeymoon in the same spot that TomKat did. 60 Minutes to run more stories from other reporters (including A-Coop) to fill Ed Bradley's slots. Bill O'Reilly will host an anti-immigration fund-raiser in Soho. Donny Deutsch will have a baby Deutsch. Michael Richards isn't technically a member of the tribe, though he does like to think of himself as one. (Actually, he's a Freemason!) Tony Parker and Eva Longoria got engaged. D'you hear? The founders of Spy have a book out. The chairman of Walt Disney Studios got a cheap laugh at a media conference making a joke about the Post, the Post reports. The Bachelor took the woman who won his heart for burgers at P.J. Clarke's. Sheryl Crow is the new face of Revlon. Chazz Palminteri, of A Bronx Tale fame, is trying to bring his cabaret show to Broadway. Donald Trump Jr. spent more than $3,000 on a crib.

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