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Mummified body believed to be that of Yvette Vickers, former Playboy playmate; Rosie Huntington-Whitely tops hot list

What is believed to be the mummified body of onetime Playboy playmate and B-movie actress Yvette Vickers was discovered in a rundown Beverly Hills home. (Reuters)

Rosie Huntington-Whitely is at the top of Maxim’s Hot 100 list (just in time to start promoting, “Transformers: Dark of the Moon”!) Kate Middleton , on the other hand, landed in the No. 26 slot. (People)

As reported yesterday, Rick Springfield was arrested Sunday on suspicion of DUI. He’s due in court July 5. His now-released teary mug shot might make you cry. (Associated Press)

(L.A. County Sheriff/Via Associated Press)

Us Magazine isn’t saying who the father of January Jones’s baby is. But they don’t seem to think it’s Jason Sudeikis. As I previously established, Sudeikis will not say one way or the other. (Us)

Here’s a sentence that back in the ’90s I never thought I’d write: The guys from “South Park” lead the Tony nominations. “The Book of Mormon”received 14 nods. In non-shocking news, “Spider-Man: Turn Off the Dark” was shut out. Correction: As colleague Michael Cavna points out, “Spider-Man” technically was not eligible for this year’s Tonys due to all those production delays. So there’s always next year. (Associated Press)

Funny or Die, Zach Galifianakis, Conan O’Brien, Lisa Kudrow and Justin Bieber were among this year’s celebrity winners of Webby Awards. (The Hollywood Reporter)

Will Ferrell says “Anchorman 2” may not be entirely dead. But probably. (Entertainment Weekly)

Barry Levinson is replacing Nick Cassavetes as director of “Gotti: Three Generations” — you know, that movie with John Travolta and Lindsay Lohan. (Vulture)

From the department of weird TV coincidences: An image of Osama bin Laden with targets on his head and chest — the same two places where he was ultimately shot and killed by U.S. forces — appeared on last night’s episode of “Chuck.” Freaky. (Deadline)

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