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Posted at 09:41 AM ET, 04/06/2011

Ryan Seacrest has the most reality power; Taylor Swift on a date with Garrett Hedlund?; Charlie Sheen hits Cleveland

Ryan Seacrest is No. 1 on The Hollywood Reporter’s Reality Power List, making him the most powerful man in the reality TV sphere ... at least according to one publication. Simon Cowell, meanwhile, drops from the top spot he held in 2009 and 2010 to No. 6 this year. (The Hollywood Reporter)

Taylor Swift reportedly went on dinner date with Garrett Hedlund (“Tron,” “Country Strong”). I smell a duet in the near future. (Us)

Reaction to Charlie Sheen’s tour stop in Cleveland is mixed, at least according to the newscast below. Some fans say it was worth the money, others say it was a waste and, for reasons that are unclear, one guy appears to be wearing lip gloss. Apparently Sheen still got another standing ovation — probably helped that he was smart enough to play up his Cleveland Indians connection, courtesy of “Major League.” (WEWS)

Miley Cyrus and Liam Hemsworth might be back together. Just so you know. (Popeater)

Meredith Vieira reportedly pondering an exit from “Today” when her contract expires in September. (LA Times)

Three more stars set to appear in “The Office” season finale: Ray Romano, James Spader and British comic actress Catherine Tate. (TV Line)

“King’s Speech” costumes sadly go up in flames, and a “Lost”-related feud continues, after the jump.

Netflix paid nearly $1 million per episode for the right to begin streaming “Mad Men” this summer. Of course, watching those streaming episodes will make you forget that the next season won’t start until 2012. (Reuters)

A massive costume collection, including some uniforms worn in “The King’s Speech,” were destroyed in a fire set by an arsonist. (Movie Line)

Craig Gillespie (“Lars and the Real Girl”) looks set to direct “Pride and Prejudice and Zombies.” (Deadline)

Game of Geeks: The feud between “Game of Thrones” author George R.R. Martin — who used “Lost” as an example of how to screw up an ending in a New Yorker profile — and “Lost’s” Damon Lindelof continues. Sort of. (Entertainment Weekly)

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