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Posted at 09:03 AM ET, 09/28/2011

Leisha Hailey, girlfriend kicked off plane for swearing; Andy Rooney says farewell to ‘60 Minutes’

A mix of the morning’s entertainment headlines...


Leisha Hailey. (AP)
Leisha Hailey maintains that she and her girlfriend were unfairly approached by a Southwest Airlines flight attendant for a “modest kiss.” However, the “L Word” actress will “take full responsibility for getting verbally upset with the flight attendant after being told it was a ‘family airline.’”

Indeed, Southwest has issued a statement saying that swearing was the real issue: “Additional reports ... now confirm profane language was being used loudly by two passengers. ... Ultimately their aggressive reaction led to their removal from the aircraft.” (TMZ; Southwest Blog)

Andy Rooney will no longer make regular appearances on “60 Minutes” after this Sunday. Farewell, “Andy Rooney Game.” (TV Column)

Stephen King announced that “Dr. Sleep,” the sequel to “The Shining,” is in the works.(Deadline)

Michelle Obama apparently watches “The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills,” according to castmember Kyle Richards. (Jezebel)

Stacy Keibler walked the “Ides of March” red carpet near George Clooney. (Daily Mail)

Kevin Federline, the man who will not stop procreating, showed off his latest addition, Jordan Kay. (Daily Mail)

Want to know who went home on last night’s “Dancing With the Stars”? Find out at the link. (TV Column)

Find out which Hollywood A-lister convinced Charlie Rose to skinny dip, after the jump.

Behold: Amy Poehler dressed as 30 alter egos (Vulture)

“Saturday Night Live” cast members Fred Armisen and Abby Elliot have split. (HuffPost)

Watch Marisa Tomei explain how George Clooney got Charlie Rose to skinny dip by telling them Walter Cronkite had done it.

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