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Billy McKnight says ex-girlfriend Mindy McCready's suicide 'not a major shock' ... 'Survivor' winners Ethan Zohn and Jenna Morasca break up ... Actress Lindsay Lohan's father, Michael, penning memoir ... Sarah Michelle Gellar and Robin Williams set for sitcom pilot ... News from United Press International.
Royal funeral at last for Richard III? ... Mindy McCready in rehab after her kids are taken away ... Anchor Robin Roberts to return to 'GMA' Feb. 20 ... 'Thrift Shop' tops U.S. record chart for a third week ... News from United Press International.
Mindy McCready says she didn't kill boyfriend David Wilson ... David Muir replaces Chris Cuomo, who leaves ABC for CNN ... Actress Jamie-Lynn Sigler engaged to baseball player Cutter Dykstra ... Dior: Lawrence did not have a wardrobe malfunction at the SAG Awards ... News from United Press International.
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