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Molly Sims: Someone Give Britney Spears a Makeover!

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— Former supermodel Molly Sims slams pop star Britney Spears' style in the September issue of Health magazine. "I mean, that girl is so cute," Sims, 37, complains. "I would take away the boots, the tank tops. She's so pretty — she just needs help with dressing. She gets too many trends going at once." [Just Jared]

— Actress Laura Linney tells the September issue of More that unlike some actresses, she's excited about the prospect of aging naturally. "I feel like I'm getting better looking as I get older. It's true," the Big C star, 46, says. Now that she's older, the actress says she appreciates her looks more than she did in her youth. "I'm sort of trying to be friends with it and say, "Look, there's a bit of my grandmother there.'" [Style List]

— Former Hills star Stephanie Pratt sure is a fast-talker! In an upcoming episode of When I Was 17, the 24-year-old reality star recalls sneaking into L.A. clubs — while she was still in high school! "When I was 17, all of my friends were 21 and going out to clubs on school nights, and I obviously wanted to go with them. So, I'd get to clubs, and I had such a baby face at 17, and [bouncers would] be like, 'There's no way you're 27.' I had borrowed my mom's cocktail ring and I used to wear it on my wedding finger and say to the doorman, 'You are just such an angel, I'm actually married!'" Pratt says. "And they'd be like, 'Oh, well…in that case, come right in.'" [MTV]

— The search for the lead role in The Girl With the Dragon Tattoo is finally over! Rooney Mara — who beat out Harry Potter's Emma Watson for the part — will play Lisbeth Salander in the big screen adaptation of the bestselling novel. The young actress will star opposite Daniel Craig and Robin Wright in the film, due out in December 2011. [Huffington Post]

Oprah Winfrey better protect her fortune! One of her former employees filed a lawsuit in L.A. Friday alleging that she was "subjected to a hostile work environment" while working on Winfrey's OWN network. Catherine Dunn — who started as an assistant with the network in 2008 — also claims that while she was on stress-related leave, she was replace by "a non-disabled and younger employee." [Wonder Wall]

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