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Celebrity update

Compiled from wire reports

There's something different about Enrique Iglesias these days. Something missing. . . . It's that trademark mole he sported on his cheek. The singer told Access Hollywood it took the doctor five minutes to remove it, and that the threat of cancer was the motivation.

"Some of my friends I've known my whole life, they're in front of me and they won't even notice," he says of his de-moling. Iglesias also denied on the show he had married tennis player Anna Kournikova.

  • Concerts featuring Justin Timberlake and Christina Aguilera that were scrapped after equipment collapsed before their Aug. 9 show in Atlantic City, N.J., have been rescheduled -- except the show in Atlantic City, which has conflicts with the Miss America proceedings.
  • Ricky Martin, Alexandre Pires with Kelly Clarkson, Thalia, Bacilos and Molotov will perform at the fourth annual Latin Grammy Awards on Sept. 3 in Miami. The awards will be broadcast on CBS at 9 p.m. Additional performers and presenters will be announced later.
  • ABC has canceled Roseanne Barr's The Real Roseanne Show. The reality show about the production of her cable cooking/talk show (Domestic Goddess) drew low ratings. ABC Family canned Goddess before it ever aired.
  • Corbin Bernsen will appear in five episodes of CBS' The Young and the Restless. He will portray a priest, beginning Sept. 25. Bernsen's real-life mother, Jeanne Cooper, has starred on Y&R since 1974.
  • The West Wing has a new vice president. Gary Cole will premiere as VP Robert Russell -- a former Congressman with tricks up his sleeve -- in the third episode. Tim Matheson's Vice President John Hoynes resigned last season.
  • The Fab Five of Queer Eye for the Straight Guy fame will play themselves on an episode of NBC's Good Morning, Miami.
  • Johnny Depp may play Willy Wonka in a new film, Variety reports. Tim Burton is set to direct.
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