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Fast Track: Christina Aguilera arrested, released over alleged public intoxication

March 01, 2011
  • The singer was picked up by officials in West Hollywood early Tuesday morning.
The singer was picked up by officials in West Hollywood early Tuesday morning. (Kevork Djansezian / Getty…)

Christina Aguilera has been released after being arrested on suspicion of public drunkenness; officials say they don't plan to seek criminal charges against her. (Los Angeles Times)

Natalie Portman will follow up her Oscar win with ... a stoner comedy and "Thor." (Los Angeles Times)

Hollywood star and World War II pinup girl Jane Russell has died. (Los Angeles Times)

Charlie Sheen's life is looking less like "Two and a Half Men" and more like "Big Love." (Los Angeles Times)

Meanwhile, "Two and a Half Men" co-creator Chuck Lorre has responded to Sheen's rants on another of his shows, "Mike & Molly." (Hollywood Reporter)

And the cast and crew of "Two and a Half Men" will get paid for four episodes. (E! Online)

The new lineup for "Dancing With the Stars" includes the Karate Kid, a former Playmate, Wendy Williams and Kirstie Alley. (Los Angeles Times)

Report: Oscars co-hosts Anne Hathaway and James Franco now hate each other, but their reps don't see it that way. (Us magazine)

"Lost's" Josh Holloway will return to TV on the season finale of "Community." (Entertainment Weekly)

Josh Brolin and Tim Burton are looking to remake "The Hunchback of Notre Dame." (Hollywood Reporter)

Justin Bieber is 17 today! (Perez Hilton)

The formerly trapped Chilean miners have signed with a Hollywood talent agency. Will CBS announce "33 and a Half Men" any day now? (Deadline)

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