Morning Links: Charlie Sheen’s Got a New Sitcom, Shia LaBeouf & Michael Bay Fight Over Feist

● Jennifer Aniston was caught wearing a ring. It’s (probably not) happening. [Jezebel] ● Now that people have mostly lost interest his crazy show, Charlie Sheen is edging back towards the less lucrative but more stable sitcom business. He’s apparently signed a deal with Lionsgate to star in a new show as a character “very similar to the one he played on Two And a Half Men, however the show will be a lot racier.” [Radar] ● If all goes according to plan, Beyoncé will be joined by Leonardo DiCaprio in Clint Eastwood’s upcoming A Star Is Born remake. Two true stars, indeed. [DeadLine]

● After bowling a sad 97 at his manager’s birthday part, Jim Carrey blamed his lousy score on chicken grease. He sounds like bad bowler and a worse liar. [Page Six] ● Shia LaBeouf tried to play Feist’s “Brandy Alexander” before filming an emotional Transformers scene at Florida’s Kennedy Space Center, but director Michael Bay wasn’t having any of that sappy sweet stuff on his set. “I feel something when I hear it,” said Shia of his man faux-pas. “But Mike doesn’t want to listen to ‘Brandy Alexander’ under the rocket with 50 military dudes around.”[LAT] ● Nick Carter says he would love to do an episode of Glee. Sadly, most of Glee‘s audience is far too young to remember the Backstreet Boys. [HollyScoop]

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