Fast Track: 'Harry Potter,' Emma Stone win People's Choice Awards.

January 12, 2012
  • Actress Emma Stone poses with her People's Choice Award for favorite movie actress backstage at the awards Wednesday night in Los Angeles, Calif.
Actress Emma Stone poses with her People's Choice Award for favorite… (Christopher Polk / Getty…)

A roundup of entertainment headlines for Thursday

"Harry Potter," Emma Stone and Katy Perry take multiple trophies at the People's Choice Awards.  (Los Angeles Times)

In case you missed the telecast, here's the best and worst of the People's Choice Awards. (Los Angeles Times)

Nicki Minaj, Taylor Swift and the Foo Fighters are slated to play the Grammy Awards. (MTV)

Meanwhile, rumors are swirling that Adele might join the Grammy lineup too. (Los Angeles Times)

Blue Ivy Carter makes Billboard history as the youngest person ever to appear on the charts. (Billboard)

Khloe Kardashian relies on Twitter and mom Kris Jenner to dispel rumors that she is not the biological daughter of Robert Kardashian, but the product of an affair. (Los Angeles Times)

Lindsay Lohan is in trouble with the IRS for nearly $94,000 she allegedly owes in unpaid taxes. (TMZ)

"Two Broke Girls" faces controversy over its portrayal of the diner owner, the show's lone Asian character. (Los Angeles Times)

Don't expect a "Desperate Housewives" movie, the show's creator Marc Cherry said. He also dissed "Sex and the City," igniting a feud with the creator of the HBO series. (Us Weekly and Perez Hilton)

Fans are weighing in on the last-ever "One Tree Hill" premiere, which aired last night. (E!)

Ashton Kutcher says he wants to keep working on "Two and a Half Men." (Los Angeles Times)

Melissa McCarthy says she has no desire to replace Kristen Wiig in a "Bridesmaids" sequel. (The Hollywood Reporter)

"Magic Mike" producer Channing Tatum says he knows he's "not the best actor." (Details)

Actor Terrence Howard is watching his new movie "Red Tails," about the Tuskegee Airmen, with President Obama at the White House on Thursday. (New York Daily News)

Entertainment Weekly's cover for "The Dark Knight Rises" is out. (Entertainment Weekly)

As Hostess seeks bankruptcy protection, here's a look at the Twinkie's best moments on screen. (Los Angeles Times)

-- Noelene Clark

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