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Catherine Zeta Jones: Stress brought on mental problems

 
 
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Stress helped land Catherine Zeta-Jones in a mental facility twice, the bipolar actress told The Sunday Telegraph. Husband Michael Douglas’ battle with throat cancer was the “trigger.”

So what’s Geraldo Rivera’s excuse for Tweeting half-naked photos of himself (“70 is the new 50.”) A couple of late-night drinks, said the Fox News contributor.

Euro baby

Someone cute got overshadowed by the royal baby: A girl born to Penelope Cruz and Javier Bardem in Madrid. La senorita joins brother Leonardo, 2. Mom and dad are super private so probably pleased.

Dropping Mercury

Queen’s not mad about Sacha Baron Cohen. The actor is out of an upcoming Freddie Mercury biopic due to creative differences with the band, says Deadline.com.

Not welcome

Some residents of a Jersey Shore town who don’t want their 15 minutes are trying to keep Snooki and JWoww from filming there. The Star-Ledger of Newark reports that dozens of Berkeley Township peeps attended a council meeting Monday in protest. Snooki’s Instagram response: “Grow up, get over yourself and move on.”

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