BREAKING NEWS!...That was some messy week Bachelorette reject Greg Todtman had. First Trista Rehn gives the 28-year-old importer the heave-ho on national television after she pays a visit to his sloppy Manhattan bachelor pad. Then he goes and gets himself arrested and charged with trying to sneak a bit of cocaine onto a N.Y.-to-L.A. flight Jan. Valentino Sale 31. Todtman denied any wrong-doing and told reporters it was just codeine tablets wrapped in foil. "Learn a lesson from me," he said. "Have a prescription, and don't have a piece of aluminum foil next to something that doesn't have a label on it." Noted!...Sorry, girls, you'll have to take your long legs elsewhere. Starting Feb. 19 Season 2 of CBS's Star Search is nixing the "Model" category and slotting in "Dance."...

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IT'S OVERFairy-tale endings? Not for The Bachelor. The ABC series ended Nov. 20 with a romantic clinch as 28-year-old Springfield, Valentino Shoes Mo., banker Aaron Buerge proposed to Gloucester City, N.J., school psychologist Helene Eksterowicz, 27. Buerge now confirms that their engagement was over by New Year's. "There has not been any dagger throwing," says Buerge, who denies any unfaithfulness by either party. The ex-couple keep in touch by e-mail but will reunite and explain all for an upcoming ABC special. He, for one, has likely been too busy for love. He's opening a restaurant in Springfield and getting ready to speak at a convention-fittingly?on dealing with the media.