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Posted at 11:15 AM ET, 04/25/2011

Morning mix: Buckingham Palace guard relieved of wedding day duties after dissing Kate Middleton

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Lesson learned by Buckingham Palace guard: Don’t say mean things about Kate Middleton on Facebook. (Chris Jackson - GETTY IMAGES)
Buckingham Palace guard has been relieved of royal wedding day duties after calling Kate Middleton nasty names on Facebook. He also reportedly posted some racist and anti-Semitic comments that were unrelated to Middleton; a source says the guard is “not what you’d call a thinker.” (Huffington Post)

Catty wedding news item of the day, not related to the royals: LeAnn Rimes’s wedding to Eddie Cibrian, held on Good Friday, was reportedly similar to the nuptials between Cibrian and his first wife, Brandi Glanville. (Us)

Non-catty wedding news item of the day: Nicolas Cage attended the wedding of his son Weston over the weekend. Actually, you can probably find a way to make a catty comment about that. (TMZ)

Should Simon Cowell ask Paula Abdul to be a judge on “The X Factor”? Why not just call the show “American Idol” and be done with it? (The TV Column)

David Arquette sports a dandy look while celebrating Easter with estranged wife Courteney Cox. (Daily Mail)

As John C. Reilly looks poised to play Haymitch Abernathy in “The Hunger Games.” (Popeater)

An actor and ex-husband of an Oscar winner says he’s ready to give up acting and a cast member exits “The Hobbit,” after the jump.

Ryan Phillippe says he’s tired of being famous and is considering ending his acting career. (NY Post)

Sam Raimi really wants to cast Hilary Swank as a witch in “Oz, the Great and Powerful.” Like, in a big way. (Vulture)

“Glee” extra Nicole Crowther, who was reportedly terminated after tweeting spoilers online, speaks out. She says she hasn’t been on set since October and did not violate any contract or code of ethics by sharing the info, which she says she overheard at a dinner party. (The Hollywood Reporter)

Actor Rob Kazinsky (“Brothers and Sisters”) has left the production of “The Hobbit”; he was to play the Fili, one of the dwarves who embarks on an epic journey with Bilbo Baggins. (Entertainment Weekly)

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