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Salman Rushdie on Team ‘Medina’

Sherry Jones's publisher was firebombed over her new novel; Salman Rushdie has some idea how this must feel.

By Jessica Coen

Diddy Will Taxi, But Mariah Won’t Scoop

He's much more mature than Mariah, who left her dog poop in front of Cavalli. Learn which other celebs can act like grown-ups in today's gossip roundup!

By Tim Murphy

Salman Rushdie Is on the Prowl in Midtown

Also, Barry Diller gets sued, Michelle Trachtenberg shows off her carb-eating skills, and Jade Jagger gets picky for Belvedere in our daily gossip roundup.

Salman Rushdie Spotted With Girlie Drink!

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Cindy Adams, columnist for the masculine organ known as the New York Post, apparently looked at Salman Rushdie askance when she saw the author and bon vivant "chugging a pink drink" at a party the other night, even though the party was, in her own words, "serving pre-prepared Cosmopolitans." What's next?, we imagine Cindy squawking to Salman. Hanging out with Elton John? "Look, it's what they've got," Salman said. "I'm easy." Let's hope not too easy, Salman. Cindy wouldn't want to have to write about you waking up in the back of Lance Bass's space shuttle some day. Not Running Back, Tiki Offers Advice [NYP]

Cancer Has Not Impaired Patrick Swayze’s Judgement

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Patrick Swayze passed on playing a gay cheerleading coach in Fired Up for "creative reasons," not because he's sick. The script for Saturday's Inner Circle show at the Hilton had to be overhauled in light of Spitzergate. Tom Brady made a rare post–Super Bowl public appearance with Gisele at the opening of the Zegna store on Fifth Avenue. Anne Hathaway bought five bottles of absinthe and borrowed an absinthe fountain from a restaurant for a party she was hosting with her boyfriend Raffaello Folllieri. ABC may cancel Rachael Ray's show because of poor ratings. Padma Lakshmi and Salman Rushdie shared an "uncomfortable silence" after being seated six feet apart from one another at a Cinema Society screening.