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Fast Track: Holly Madison insures her breasts for $1 million

September 30, 2011
  • Models Holly Madison, left, and Bridget Marquardt attend a "'Girls Next Door'' event in Los Angeles in 2006.
Models Holly Madison, left, and Bridget Marquardt attend a "'Girls… (Frazer Harrison / Getty…)

A roundup of entertainment headlines for Friday:

Reality star and Playmate Holly Madison insures her breasts for $1 million. (Los Angeles Times)

And she's not the only celebrity to insure body parts. (The Hollywood Reporter)

In other playmate news, Crystal Harris is auctioning off the $90,000 engagement ring Hugh Hefner gave her. (Us Weekly)

Ashton Kutcher tells his Twitter followers, "Don't believe the hype." Does this mean he and Demi Moore aren't in splitsville? (Los Angeles Times)

Paramedics are testifying today in the trial of Michael Jackson's doctor, Conrad Murray. (Los Angeles Times)

Michael Moore and Susan Sarandon were among the protesters taking part in "Occupy Wall Street," the "leaderless resistance movement." (Los Angeles Times)

"Jersey Shore's" Snooki says she slimmed down using diet pills. (USA Today)

"The X Factor" finds some special talent in the final round of auditions. (Los Angeles Times)

"X Factor" judge Simon Cowell says he never called Lady Gaga and Beyonce "boring." (Radar)

Jack Osbourne, Ozzy's 25-year-old son, is engaged to actress Lisa Stelly. (Us Weekly)

"Clueless" star Stacey Dash divorces actor Emmanuel Xuereb after domestic abuse accusations. (TMZ)

Commercials featuring scantily-clad Gisele Bundchen are drawing the ire of Brazil's Ministry for Women. (Boston Herald)

Sylvia Robinson, the producer of "Rapper's Delight," hip-hop's first mainstream success, has died. (Los Angeles Times)

The Disney musical "Newsies" may be headed to Broadway. (Playbill)

Michael Shannon talks about playing General Zod in the upcoming Superman film, "Man of Steel." (Los Angeles Times)

-- Noelene Clark

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