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Fast Track: Ex-Alice in Chains bassist Mike Starr is dead

March 09, 2011
  • Former Alice in Chains bassist Mike Starr was found dead in Salt Lake City at age 44.
Former Alice in Chains bassist Mike Starr was found dead in Salt Lake City… (Reuters )

Former Alice in Chains bassist and "Celebrity Rehab" alumnus Mike Starr has been found dead at age 44. (Los Angeles Times)

Yes, Charlie Sheen is still ranting. (Los Angeles Times)

And he has challenged Dr. Drew to a boxing match. (Radar Online)

Could Rob Lowe replace Sheen on "Two and a Half Men"? (TMZ)

How did MTV's "The Real World" go from an earnest look at contemporary social issues to drunken hot tub threesomes? (Los Angeles Times)

Nintendo's Pokemon franchise is continuing to shatter sales records in the U.S. (Hollywood Reporter)

Onetime White House party crasher and Real Housewife of Washington, D.C., Michele Salahi has been booted from the "Celebrity Rehab" house for not having an addiction. (Entertainment Weekly)

Attention, out-of-work '80s action heroes: "Expendables 2" is in the works! (Los Angeles Times)

Lady Gaga has put an end to her deal with Target, according to a source. (Advocate)

Steven Tyler and Joe Perry have "smoked the peace pipe," and a new Aerosmith album may be in the works soon. (Entertainment Weekly)

Tina Fey says the male comedy writers at "Saturday Night Live" urinated into cups and jars. (Entertainment Weekly)

The head of NPR has resigned in the wake of a hidden camera video involving an outgoing NPR executive. (Los Angeles Times)

Fourteen years after the Notorious B.I.G. was killed, Shaquille O'Neal wonders what might have been. (NESN)

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