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Dear Ted:
Congrats on the quitting smoking (I did it seven years ago). Anyway, your thoughts on Universal moving up Snow White and the Huntsman? Is this necessarily a good thing? I would have thought being released weeks after Breaking Dawn, Part 2 would have helped this film. The new release date is neither a Memorial Day or Fourth of July holiday weekends—which are historically huge box-office weekends. You are plugged into these things and might be able to shed some light on things.

Dear Burning Question:
This is much more about being the first Snow White flick out there, much less about capitalizing (or not) on Kristen Stewart's Breaking Dawn box-office muscle, which, let's face it, is going to help bolster ticket sales no matter when the damn movie comes out! And thanks for the congrats, but trying to take this nicotine monkey off my back one day at a time. Only way it'll ever happen.

Dear Ted:
Help a girl out! John Krasinski and Emily Blunt have got a bit of the crazy eyes, no? I suspect those two aren't all coffee dates and dog-walking. Any Vicey surprises there?

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Dear I Hear Ya:
If ever I smelled a Vice couple made in heaven, it's these two. Though, so far, they've been incredibly discreet. Who knows, maybe Emily and John are forever blissfully happy (and Vice-free)? No way. As you said, it's in the eyes.

Dear Ted:
I've been wondering about Carmelita Salami-Climber lately. Do you think she'll marry her latest sports hunk du jour?

Dear Whomever Do You Mean?
You just think you're so smart, don't you? (You are.)

Dear Ted:
What's the deal with Ian Somerhalder and Nina Dobrev? Lately we've seen them at Coachella, the White House Correspondents' Dinner...Is it all PR?

Dear Uh, No:
That is not just PR, babe. That is far more charisma, sex appeal and mystery than John and Emily (above) ever showed, so let's brace ourselves for the eventual eventual, which you so know is coming down with these two.

Dear Ted:
Love your blolumn and I know you're busy so I'll keep it short. Hayden Panettiere for Shellack Attack—it would fit as she just broke up with her older man recently.  Thoughts?

Dear Great Guess:
So close, yet not quite there, sweets...yet. Think of an older, less traditional celebrity.

Dear Ted:
So after completely falling in love with your Blind Vices, I have a question. A lot of times you will mention the Vicers engaging in their risqué behavior at hotels and often, the source of the information is a hotel employee. What is keeping these employees from revealing the identities of these celebs to anyone and everyone? I'm assuming they're under confidentiality agreements?

Dear Don't Get It:
Hmmm. I don't recall mentioning an inordinate number of hotel employees blabbing in Vices lately, but then, again, I am 10 days off the cigs, so who the hell knows what's going on in my brain right now. But know this: Confidentiality agreements are everywhere in town, not just for hotel workers. Almost everybody in T-town uses these today. But don't worry, everybody blabs, anyway!

Dear Ted:
I'm thinking do Hayden, ditch Ashley and marry Dianna, but I'm more curious about these ladies' Vices (because surely one or all of them has one!). Care to spill anything, pretty please? Oh, and hugs and kisses from me and my rescued pup Bailey!

Dear Smart Stuff:
Honey, they all have Vices! Hmmm. What can I say? Perhaps just that if you knew what they were, you'd totally reverse your choices for Hayden and Ashley!

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