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Fast Track: 'Twilight: Breaking Dawn' stars walk the black carpet

November 15, 2011
  • Robert Pattinson, left, Kristen Stewart and Taylor Lautner arrive at the world premiere of "The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn -- Part 1" at the Nokia Theatre in downtown Los Angeles on Monday night.
Robert Pattinson, left, Kristen Stewart and Taylor Lautner arrive at the… (Matt Sayles / Associated…)

A roundup of entertainment headlines for Tuesday:

The stars of "The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn -- Part 1" strut their stuff on the black carpet at the film's premiere. (Los Angeles Times)

"Twilight: Breaking Dawn" director Bill Condon describes how the filmmakers gave the vampires their ethereal look. (Los Angeles Times)

David Yates is developing a "Doctor Who" feature film. (Variety)

Was Justin Timberlake a gentleman at the Marine Corps Ball? His date, combat instructor Kelsey De Santis, tells her side of the story. (People)

Chelsea Clinton is NBC News' newest correspondent. (Los Angeles Times)

Former Penn State assistant coach Jerry Sandusky tells NBC's Bob Costas he is innocent in his first interview since being indicted on child molestation charges. (Los Angeles Times)

The Parents Television Council is up in arms at the prospect of Howard Stern taking Piers Morgan's vacated judge's seat in "America's Got Talent." (Los Angeles Times)

NBC benches "Community" and "Prime Suspect." (Los Angeles Times)

Jerry Seinfeld interviews Regis Philbin as he signs off this week after more than 17,000 hours on air. (Daily Beast)

Anna Kournikova is leaving "The Biggest Loser" after just one season that was reportedly rough for the tennis champ both on and off camera. (Los Angeles Times)

"Bachelor" stars Vienna Girardi and Kasey Kahl have split. (Us Weekly)

Kat Von D says her ex-fiance, Jesse James, cheated on her with 19 women while they were together. (Los Angeles Times)

R&B diva Patti LaBelle is accused in a lawsuit of throwing water and punches at a mother and her toddler in an apartment building squabble over parenting. (New York Daily News)

Author Salman Rushdie runs afoul of Facebook's real-name policy, but wins the battle with backup from the Twitterverse. (New York Times)

Google is launching its own music store in an attempt to rival iTunes. (Los Angeles Times)

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