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Fast Track: Charlie Sheen will get roasted

July 05, 2011
  • Charlie Sheen waves to fans as he leaves the Chicago Theatre in April.
Charlie Sheen waves to fans as he leaves the Chicago Theatre in April. (Brian Kersey / Associated…)

A roundup of entertainment headlines for Tuesday.

Charlie Sheen will get his own Comedy Central roast. (Los Angeles Times)

Demi Lovato reveals the cover art for her upcoming post-rehab single. (Huffington Post)

Kate's and William's Canada tour includes food, fashion and foosball. (Too Fab)

"Harry Potter" author J.K. Rowling splits with her longtime book agent. (BBC)

"Harry Potter" star Daniel Radcliffe splits with the bottle. He admits he had a drinking problem -- and it wasn't butter beer. (Los Angeles Times)

Here's a sneak peek of Brad Pitt on the set of "World War Z." (Daily Mail)

Bono invites a blind fan onstage to perform "All I Want is You" at U2's Nashville show. (Rolling Stone)

Justin Bieber's "Vanity Fair" issue is the lowest-selling in 12 years. (THR)

"Transformers" demolishes the competition at the domestic box office and hits even bigger abroad. (Los Angeles Times)

The new opera by the writer of "Billy Elliot" is canceled after he refuses to remove gay references. (BBC)

Chord Overstreet is out of "Glee." The recurring guest star wasn't asked back as a series regular. (Los Angeles Times)

Raven-Symoné is not a little girl anymore in her new show "State of Georgia." (Los Angeles Times)

Studio Ghibli releases a new trailer for "Arrietty," based on the classic children's series "The Borrowers." (Slash Film)

R. Kelly remixes himself into Britney Spears' "Till The World Ends." (Idolator)

Ann Coulter calls Princess Di an "anorexic, bulimic narcissist." (Wall Street Journal)

Netflix is coming to Latin America later this year. (Los Angeles Times)

Competitive speed-eater Takeru Kobayashi eats 69 hot dogs in 10 minutes. (TMZ)

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