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Posted at 10:55 AM ET, 04/18/2011

Brooke Mueller reportedly in rehab; Christina Aguilera’s boyfriend avoids DUI charge

Charlie Sheen’s ex, Brooke Mueller , has reportedly reentered rehab, which will prompt another round in court on Tuesday regarding custody of the couple’s twin boys. (TMZ)
Charlie Sheen and Brooke Mueller , in happier days back in 2008. (Frederick M. Brown - Getty Images)

Christina Aguilera’s boyfriend, Matt Rutler, will not be charged with DUI, as he was under California’s legal limit when he was pulled over and arrested last month. (Popeater)

Chris Klein has signed on to join other “American Pie” alums — including Jason Biggs, Seann William Scott, Eugene Levy and Alyson Hannigan — in the movie “American Reunion.” (Us)

Ryan Gosling could become the Lone Ranger to Johnny Depp’s Tonto. (Deadline)

Can Gwyneth Paltrow pull off an Adele cover? Listen to a clip, or just wait until tomorrow’s episode of “Glee” to find out. (Just Jared)

See the cover of Lady Gaga’s “Born This Way” and read one of the first reviews of “Thor,” after the jump.

Lady Gaga reveals the cover of her soon-to-be-released “Born This Way” CD as well as the special edition version. In related news, Gaga will soon spearhead an awareness campaign that urges Americans to demonstrate greater acceptance of people who are half-human, half-motorcycle. (Lady Gaga’s Twitter feed)


(Photo via Lady Gaga’s Twitter feed)

The Hollywood Reporter weighs in with an early review of “Thor,” and it’s a positive one: “The ultimate accessibility of Thor’s fantastical world is due in no small measure to the good-humored direction of Kenneth Branagh , a man with a highbrow history who knows his way around an epic tale, and a star-making turn from Chris Hemsworth,” writes Megan Lehmann. (The Hollywood Reporter)

HBO has picked up the political satire “VEEP,” starring Julia Louis-Dreyfuss and Tony Hale and produced by Armando Ianucci of “In the Loop” fame. (44)

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