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Well, now for the depressing news. According to the AP: "Critics suggested that Dior had been looking for a way to part with the extraordinary yet temperamental Galliano for some time, and the restaurant spat provided a reason for a break-up." Is this bye-bye Galliano? Stay tuned. [AP]