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Fast Track: Is a tell-all Kardashian book coming?

A roundup of entertainment headlines for Thursday.

A former nanny for the Kardashians is reportedly shopping a tell-all book. (TMZ)

Adam Sandler and Jennifer Aniston’s “Just Go With It” was the top-rented movie in the ubiquitous Redbox DVD kiosks in 2011. (Los Angeles Times)

U2 had the top-grossing concert tour of 2011 with over $100 million. (Los Angeles Times)

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Christmas troubles in the Katy Perry-Russell Brand marriage? Not those two!!! (Los Angeles Times)

“The O’Reilly Factor” was the top-rated cable news program of the year. (Huffington Post)

Debra Messing split from her husband and is now reportedly dating her “Smash” co-star Will Chase. Scandal, and the series hasn’t even premiered yet. (Us)

USA is the top-rated basic cable channel for 2011. And History had a surge in viewers. (Deadline)

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Justin Bieber and Lady Gaga are on top of DoSomething.org’s list of the most charitable celebrities. (Celebuzz)

Alicia Silverstone was voted as having bestowed the worst baby name of 2011: Bear Blu Jarecki. (New York Daily News)

Mitt Romney wants to put ads on PBS -- including “Sesame Street.” (ABC News)

A Bay Area tech writer is being sued by his former employer for taking his Twitter followers with him when he left the company. (WSJ)

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Investigation Discovery’s “On the Case With Paula Zahn” has hired the news producer who attempted to blackmail David Letterman. (TV Newser)

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