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• Remember when Bethenny Frankel announced a few weeks ago that she was engaged to "a real estate bigwig" named Jason Hoppy? According to one "insider," the engagement may be a big publicity stunt, and Hoppy may be a "medical sales rep/personal trainer," not some property-owning master of the universe. [Fox News]
• A treasure trove of Madonna memorabilia, collected by one of her long lost ex-boyfriends, is going up for auction. Yes, 17 minutes of "erotic phone messages" could soon be yours. [P6, NYDN]
• Kim Kardashian and Reggie Bush have broken up. Tragic! [People]
• It looks like Dr. Conrad Murray gave Michael Jackson a dose of the powerful anesthetic propofol right before his death and that was what killed him. And it looks like Murray could face manslaughter charges because of it. [TMZ, NYDN]
• Mischa Baron says she's feeling better and is ready to go back to work. [Us]

• A movie adaptation of Lauren Conrad's novel may be in the works. [NYDN]
• Jon Gosselin says he'll tone things down with the ladies because he doesn't want his kids Googling him and finding out anything embarrassing about him. We're pretty sure that ship has sailed, but whatever. [Us]
• Sean Combs positioned himself at dinner the other night so he could eat while gazing at a giant image of him on a "Sean John-I am King" poster. [P6]
• According to Amy Winehouse's druggie ex-husband, Amy once stole cocaine out of Kate Moss's handbag. [Daily Mail]
• Despite the reports in British tabloids over the weekend that John Travolta was thinking of ditching Scientology, he says he's sticking with it. [People]
• Tobey Maguire's mom and younger brother may star in a reality show. [P6]
• Tony Romo instructed his security to keep Jessica Simpson at bay. [Us]
• MSNBC's David Shuster is a wee bit sensitive about his thinning hair. After a cameraman accidentally shot him from behind and exposed his bald spot, he "went crazy" and got so upset, he's now "thinking about getting a rug." [P6]
Sex and the City's Kristin Davis has a new man: He's celebrity photographer Russell James. [People]