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Kyra Sedgwick

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    Kevin Bacon Is Ten Degrees of Separation Away From … His WifeThey’re relatives!
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    Jeremy Piven Is Becoming HystericalA ribbing by Chris Kattan over his supposed mercury poisoning sent the ‘Entourage’ star into a tizzy.
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    Kyra Sedgwick and Kevin Bacon Are Going to Be OkayMadoff aside, they have a “lot of things to be thankful for.”
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    Jesus Is SufferingMadonna’s boyfriend is getting “straight-up dissed” by the other male models. And more, in your daily gossip roundup.
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    Mayor Bloomberg Wants to ‘Retrain’ Wall StreetersThat sounds dark.
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    Kevin Bacon Needs WorkDamn you, Madoff!!!
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    Really, Nobody on Mustique Will Miss the NoelsNot the first one, the second one … the whole gaggle! Plus, Caroline Kennedy sassed the press even when she was 6. In the gossip roundup.
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    Madoff’s Latest Victims: Kevin Bacon and Kyra SedgwickMadoff’s claws reach into the pockets of even Hollywood stars.
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    Crap Economy Is ‘the Cool Hot Topic to Talk About at Fancy Parties’Heiress Margherita Missoni reflects on the recession.
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    Changing in Public Bathrooms: Indie Film Stars, They’re Just Like Us! The Independent Feature Project’s seventeenth annual Gotham Awards were at Steiner Studios last night, and Jada Yuan took a video crew all the way to the Brooklyn Navy Yards to chat up the indie elite on camera. Kyra Sedgwick was impressed by how fancy the event had become, while Jeffrey Wright extolled the virtues of Brooklyn. Maggie Gyllenhaal talked real estate, Emile Hirsch discussed survival techniques, and Juno star Ellen Page revealed a onetime Brooklyn job that will be familiar to many. Oh, and see Jason Reitman threaten Judd Apatow! Video Party Lines: IFP Gotham Awards
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    Gore 2008!At an Air America relaunch, Bill Clinton said Al Gore has the money to run for president. Rudy Giuliani is raising money in Jerusalem. Paul McCartney is playing new songs at a free Highline Ballroom show tonight. Tom Wolfe is worried Gus Van Sant’s adaptation of The Electric Kool-Aid Acid Test won’t do the LSD trips justice. Mel Brooks thinks Cloris Leachmen is too old to reprise her role in Young Frankenstein. Paris Hilton is naked online again. At the Apollo’s spring benefit, David Dinkins said he likes Kyra Sedgwick. Dumbo developer David Walentas will play polo with Adolpho Cambiaso, the world’s best player, in Bridgehampton this summer. Beyoncé wouldn’t sign a British fan’s painting. Britney Spears exposed herself again, and snuggled with gal pal, at a Hollywood club.