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Fast Track: Chelsea Handler brings salty humor to network TV

January 11, 2012
  • Laura Prepon, left, portrays Chelsea, and Chelsea Handler, right, plays Sloan in "Are You There, Chelsea?"
Laura Prepon, left, portrays Chelsea, and Chelsea Handler, right, plays… (Michael Desmond / NBC )

A roundup of entertainment headlines for Wednesday

Chelsea Handler brings her salty brand of humor to network TV. (Los Angeles Times)

Former Roxy Music frontman Bryan Ferry marries his girlfriend Amanda Sheppard. (Los Angeles Times)

Halle Berry is tying the knot with French actor Olivier Martinez. (Us Weekly)

Stacy Keibler says her beau George Clooney is "the best date in the whole world." And who are we to argue? (People)

Scarlett Johansson denies reports of a rift with her mom, Melanie Sloan, over money. (New York Post)

"Las Vegas" actress Molly Sims is pregnant with her first child, a "honeymoon baby." (Washington Post)

"Teen Mom" Jenelle Evans is arrested (again) for allegedly making harassing phone calls to her former roommate Hannah Inman. (E!)

Model Amber Rose launches her singing career with rapper Wiz Khalifa, releasing her first single, "Fame." She also says she forgives her ex-boyfriend Kanye West for hooking up with Kim Kardashian. (Daily Mail)

Coachella's 2012 lineup reveals a rebellious spirit. (Los Angeles Times)

"Joyful Noise" star Dolly Parton compares her new movie to "Sister Act." (Los Angeles Times)

Lily, the toddler in the Golden Globe-nominated comedy "Modern Family," drops the F-bomb in an upcoming episode. (Entertainment Weekly)

Emma Stone, Nick Cannon and Andy Samberg are guest-starring on "30 Rock." (Entertainment Weekly)

ESPN's sports commentator Jim Rome is moving to CBS Sports Network and Showtime. (Variety)

A "Goodfellas" TV series is in the works at AMC, the network that's home to "Mad Men" and "Breaking Bad." (Deadline)

Woody Harrelson talks about avoiding "Barfly" cliches in his "Hunger Games" role as alcoholic Haymitch Abernathy. (Los Angeles Times)

The Supreme Court is considering whether the FCC's indecency rules for broadcast TV networks are still necessary. (Los Angeles Times)

-- Noelene Clark

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