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Fast Track: Christine O'Donnell walks off Piers Morgan's show

August 18, 2011
  • Delaware Republican Christine O'Donnell speaks at the Family Research Council's Values Voters Summit in Washington.
Delaware Republican Christine O'Donnell speaks at the Family Research… (Jonathan Ernst, Reuters )

A roundup of entertainment headlines for Thursday.

Former Delaware Senate candidate and current not-witch Christine O'Donnell walked off Piers Morgan's CNN show over gay marriage questions. (Los Angeles Times)

"The Lone Ranger" may still go before the cameras. (Los Angeles Times)

An autopsy confirms that "Real Housewives' " Russell Armstrong did indeed commit suicide. (Los Angeles Times)

A "Man of Steel" casting call has revealed the first hints of the top secret film's plot. (Huffington Post)

Anne Hathaway channeled her inner Lil Wayne to talk about the paparazzi swirling around the set of "The Dark Knight Rises." (Los Angeles Times)

Anderson Cooper couldn't keep it together Wednesday while talking about Gerard Depardieu's airplane bathroom incident. Potty humor, Anderson? Oui, oui! (Los Angeles Times)

A gallery owner has filed a lawsuit against the former lead artist for "SpongeBob SquarePants," accusing him of hiring some people to beat up the owner. (New York Times)

Charlie Sheen's upcoming Comedy Central roast will be more of an intervention than a celebrity yuk-a-thon. (Entertainment Weekly)

An online jihadist has called for violence against David Letterman. (Entertainment Weekly)

Abercrombie & Fitch's stock dropped 9% after it dissed The Situation. Insert "Jersey Shore"-style catchphrase here. (TMZ)

The Game has apologized to the Compton Sheriff's office for the Tweet that was sent from his Twitter account that included the office's phone number. (Los Angeles Times)

--Patrick Kevin Day

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