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Messing Publicity Comes Full Circle

Oct. 27 2008, Published 7:07 a.m. ET

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MESSING AROUND Debra

Debra Messing: The Will and Grace star complains to Scotland's Daily Record about how difficult it is to be a funny lady in Hollywood. "I'm like, 'Okay, who's going to give me a job?'" Messing tells the paper. "There are 100 scripts out there, and there are only two roles, and one is for Cameron Diaz and one is for Julia Roberts." Maybe she wouldn't have so much trouble getting work if she got some new material; Messing said the exact same thing at a Tribeca Film Festival panel two weeks ago: "I'm like, 'Okay, who's going to give me a job?' And there are 100 scripts out there, and there're only two roles, and one is for Cameron Diaz and one is for Julia Roberts."

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Marilyn Manson: The Prince of Darkness blames the demise of his marriage on ex-wife Dita von Teese's inability to understand his depression. "Dita didn't understand the amount of pain I went through." Manson tells the UK Observer. When you regularly bathe in giant martini glasses in front of a crowd, it's probably hard to comprehend suicidal ideation.

Jenna Fischer: The Office sweetheart slipped on the marble steps of NYC's Buddakan on Monday night and fractured four bones in her back. Get better soon, Jenna! Team Pam all the way!

Mick Jagger: Is the Rolling Stones frontman a cheapskate? Ex Jerry Hall says the $430 million man Mick never paid for any day-to-day expenses when she was raising his four children. Mick shoots back in London's Times, "I find her remarks absurd. I have always paid all expenses for the children as well as the lion's share of the costs relating to her lifestyle."

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