Fast Track: Cheryl Cole loses a job, gains a job?
A roundup of entertainment headlines for Tuesday.
Cheryl Cole lost her “X Factor” job to Pussycat Doll Nicole Scherzinger. (Los Angeles Times)
But Cole isn’t on the dole. She may become the new host of the British version of “The Voice.” (The Hollywood Reporter)
Dark days at Disney: The film studio plans to lay off up to 250 people as early as next week. (Los Angeles Times)
“The Human Centipede II” has been banned in the United Kingdom for being “sexually violent and potentially obscene.” Of course, we’ll all get to see it here in the States. (Movieline)
Glenn Beck, whose Fox show is ending, will charge $5 a month for an Internet show featuring his talker and other programs. (The Hollywood Reporter)
Dwayne Johnson may be swapping out his police blues for fatigues. The “Fast Five” star is reportedly in talks for “G.I. Joe 2.” (Deadline)
In his debut anchoring “CBS Evening News,” Scott Pelley got straight to the news. (Los Angeles Times)
Does ABC’s deal with Katie Couric spell the end of “General Hospital”? Couric’s talk show will usurp the soap’s time slot. (Los Angeles Times)
Duff beer, Homer Simpson’s brew of choice, is bringing in the “doh” in Latin America. (Los Angeles Times)
-- Noelene Clark
1. dash diet
3. mlb draft
5. os x lion
6. lenny dykstra
7. human centipede
8. apple cloud
9. congressman weiner
10. piper perabo
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