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Vaughn Well Aware He's 'Money'

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

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Vince Vaughn: The frat pack bruiser was spotted getting his swerve on at Teddy's in Los Angeles. After being cut off by the bartender, Vince chats up the other dudes in the men's room before ducking out with a "pretty brunette."

Liz Phair: You know you've gone mainstream when your old lyrics are being quoted by mega-producer Jerry Bruckheimer. When asked how he feels about Pirates of the Caribbean's lack of critical acclaim, Bruckheimer quotes the Phair song "Shitloads of Money" from the former indie darling's third album, whitechocolatespaceegg: "It's nice to be liked," Bruckheimer says, "But it's better by far to get paid." Only thing missing is the irony.

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Dina Lohan: White Oprah is trying to earn some ducats of her own. Dina is in talks with E! to star in her own reality show, tentatively titled Mom-ager, where she tries to pimp out Lindsay's younger sibs, Ali and Cody, to the Hollywood machine. An "insider" is quoted as saying, "Can you believe that? She totally messed up Lindsay by making her a 'star' and living vicariously through her—and now she's going to do the same to the other two?" We didn't know people were allowed to give interviews from Promises.

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Victoria Beckham: Tongues are wagging across the pond at a plan to knight the Spice Girl's husband, David. Many are opposed to the plan, not because the pair is tackiness incarnate, but because Posh 'n' Becks just moved to the U.S. and will no longer be calling England their primary home.

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