The Buzz: LeAnn and Eddie: TV stars?

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LeAnn and Eddie: TV stars?

Singer LeAnn Rimes and her husband, Eddie Cibrian, want to star in their own TV series, according to Us Weekly. Um, what?!

A source told Us that the couple has "been shopping around a scripted comedy based on their lives together. They would play versions of themselves, kind of like on 'Curb Your Enthusiasm.' "

Although the show would be based on LeAnn's and Eddie's real lives, Eddie's two children with ex-wife Brandi Glanville, Mason and Jake, would not be a part of it.

The source explained, "Mason and Jake are not involved. If kids end up being on it, they would be played by actors -- not Eddie's children."

We're not sure where this is coming from -- maybe it has something to do with the fact that Brandi, with whom LeAnn is bitterly feuding, has her own show. LeAnn, she's on "The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills." That doesn't count.

Miranda no longer an Angel

Miranda Kerr, the sexy but sweet Victoria's Secret model, will no longer be a VS Angel, according to industry insiders, Us Weekly reports.

One source told Us that the 29-year-old Australian beauty, who's married to actor Orlando Bloom, "has a difficult reputation" -- whatever that means.

Maybe she's being let go because she's "not a big seller for VS," according to another source.

Although the mother of adorable 2-year-old Flynn didn't get her $1 million, three-year contract renewed, Miranda won't be dropping off the face of the Earth. Phew!

"They can still use her for catalogue, where she will get a day rate, but she doesn't have to be an Angel to do that," the first source told Us.

And Victoria's Secret Chief Marketing Officer Ed Razek told Us that he has already invited Miranda to walk in the 2013 show.

"We have no plans to stop working with her," Ed said.

Say what?

"[E]very time you do a film it's like the first day of school. You don't know what the kids are going to be like; you don't know what your environment is going to be like. The first-day jitters that everyone gets last a little longer for me." - Christina Hendricks, to Flare magazine about starring in Ryan Gosling's directorial debut, "How to Catch a Monster"

Happy birthday for April 11

Actress-model Morgan Lily ("Flipped") is 13.

Actress Dakota Blue Richards ("The Golden Compass") is 19.

Actress Kaitlyn Jenkins ("Bunheads") is 21.

Singer Joss Stone is 26.

Reality TV personality Stephanie Pratt ("The Hills") is 27.

Actress Monica May ("Power Rangers: S.P.D.") is 29.

Actress Joanna Douglas ("Being Erica") is 30.

Model Jessica Burciaga is 30.

Drummer Chris Gaylor of All-American Rejects is 34.

Rapper David Banner is 39.

Bassist Dylan Keefe of Marcy Playground is 43.

Singer Lisa Stansfield is 47.

Country singer Steve Azar is 49.

Guitarist Nigel Pulsford of Bush is 52.

Country singer-songwriter Jim Lauderdale is 56.

Actor Bill Irwin ("Lady in the Water," "How the Grinch Stole Christmas") is 63.

Actor Meshach Taylor ("Designing Women," "Dave's World") is 66.

Actor Peter Riegert ("Animal House," "The Sopranos")

is 66.

Actress Louise Lasser ("Mary Hartman, Mary Hartman") is 74.

Actor Joel Grey ("Cabaret," "George M!")

is 81.

- Elizabeth Larner

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