Gossip Roundup: He Likes it Ruff Edition

Names & Faces: Dozens of children lip-sync to "Heal the World" as Michael Jackson receives a humanitarian award from the Ethiopian Embassy. Jackson: "This is beautiful. This is a wonderful time. I've been going to Africa since I was 12. I love it very much.". . . Melissa Etheridge and Rumsfeld come within shouting range at Walter Reed. [WP]

In the Loop: Eric Ruff, a top Pentagon public affairs official, was responsible for the Starbucks papers. [WP]

Inside the Beltway: "We try to hire the best, smartest people available. If, as John Stuart Mill said, stupid people are generally conservative, then there are lots of conservatives we will never hire," says the chairman of the philosophy department at Duke. . . Ed Henry joins CNN. [WT]

Inside Politics: Sen. Jim Bunning's campaign apologizes after he says an opponent resembles one of Saddam's sons. "We're sorry if this joke, which got a lot of laughs, offended anyone," said manager. [WT]

Paul Colford's Hot Copy: Clarke's book to debut at #1 on The NYT list; 650,000 now in print. [NYDN]

Lloyd Grove's Lowdown: Kerrey on Kerry-Kerrey: "The chances of that happening - of him asking or of me accepting - are slim to none. The only way I'm going to run is if I'm willing to tolerate the consequences of having two ex-wives. And I'm not!" [NYDN]

Page Six: Diane Sawyer lunches with Kissinger [NYP]

Cindy Adams: Bush may visit Ireland. [NYP]


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