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#Egypt leads Twitter’s top hashtags of 2011

From Charlie Sheen to the Arab Spring, Twitter has revealed the most talked about #hashtag topics for 2011, with events in Egypt leading the pack.

Winning words

"Royal wedding" and "winning" were the two most popular words on TV last year, a poll has revealed.

Sheen’s ‘Torpedo’ show debut bombs

Critics, fans and the Twittersphere lashed troubled actor Charlie Sheen on Sunday after he was booed off stage in a chaotic start to a live show tour.

One and a Half Men? How Sheen sitcom can go on

Charlie Sheen is gone, but his sitcom <em>Two and a Half Men</em> is likely to stick around.

Charlie Sheen fired from Two and a Half Men

Charlie Sheen wanted his employers to apologise "while licking my feet" -- but instead the actor is licking his own wounds.

Charlie Sheen says he’s Jewish, plans trip to Haiti

Troubled US actor Charlie Sheen rounded off a rollercoaster week on Friday by claiming that he couldn't be anti-Semitic because he is Jewish.

Charlie Sheen — not so funny after all

Think Charlie Sheen's mad ranting is hilarious? A sufferer of bipolar disorder doesn't think so.

Charlie Sheen becomes a Twitter sensation

Hollywood actor Charlie Sheen has gone from Twitter virgin to one million followers in under two and a half days.

Schadenfreude and Charlie Sheen

Actor Charlie Sheen's public meltdown has made international headlines. Better yet, it provided cannon fodder for the idle minds on the internet.

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