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Chatting with Billy V: David Arquette PLUS Charlie Sheen Update March 7, 2011

HONOLULU (HawaiiNewsNow) - See below for the Charlie Sheen update.

David Arquette was injured in a head-on collision Friday afternoon. A witness says David, driving a silver Cadillac, was behind a car that stopped suddenly. He swerved to the left to avoid hitting the car and went into oncoming traffic, slamming into a car coming in the opposite direction. The actor was on his way to Las Vegas, for the grand opening of Sugar Factor, a candy store at the Paris Hotel. He was also supposed to attend a party hosted by Kim Kardashian. 

Cyndi Lauper was one of many airline travelers caught at the airport in Buenos Aires by delays in flights during the long weekend in Argentina and decided to improvise a concert with the microphone from an airline to entertain the waiting passengers. With a crowd around her at the gate counter, Cyndi grabbed a PA mic and began singing her classic "Girls Just Wanna Have Fun."

CHARLIE SHEEN UPDATE: For about an hour Saturday night Charlie Sheen was on UStream on his webshow called "Sheen's Korner." But it seems his audience on the live vidcast wasn't putting up with his buddies and him rambling on and making unfunny jokes. At its peak Sheen's Korner had 100,000 viewers but as the broadcast ground on it shed thousands of users by the minute.

Meanwhile, on the Twitter front, Charlie Sheen hit the two million followers mark on Twitter Sunday night.

Dallas Mavericks owner Mark Cuban is in talks with Charlie Sheen about a new show on Cuban's HDNet channel. Cuban told Radar Online: "It would be a great show. Can't really say anything beyond that at this point." HBO is also apparently in the running for a Sheen show.

On the home front: Former adult film actress Rachel Oberlin has reportedly returned to Charlie Sheen's 'Sober Valley Lodge' home in Hollywood, only hours after she was believed to have walked out on the troubled star. Saturday, Sheen sparked speculation that Oberlin had left their three-way relationship with Natalie Kenly by tweeting: "Rachel has left the building... we're sad... Over it... Applications now being accepted!" After Oberlin returned Sheen tweeted: "She came back, my bad, all good. Love her with the three parts of my heart."

Relationship(s): Charlie Sheen is reportedly planning to marry both of his live-in girlfriends. The actor apparently wants a commitment marriage to porn star Rachel Oberlin and model Natalie Kenly. A commitment marriage is a non-legally binding ceremony popular with polygamous families in America. A source told a British newspaper: "Charlie has strong feelings for both Rachel and Natalie and thinks their relationship is much more healthy and loving than most marriages. He would love to make both of them his wives. He thinks they are going to be very happy together for a long time. Despite having two women living with him, life in Charlie's house is surprisingly normal."

You know you're in serious trouble if Gary Busey starts worrying about you. Busey told People magazine: "Charlie is in a tailspin. ... I want Charlie to get up out of the mud and reclaim his life and I'm praying for him. The advice I have for him is to look at himself and the truth in his heart, because what he's doing is not true to his heart." I'm not sure I agree with I agree with Gary's viewpoint. I think Charlie Sheen maybe letting his true colors show.

However Charlie Sheen may want watch his mouth now. Warner Bros. has hired a couple of big-time lawyers (Ron Olsen and John Spiegel) to deal with Charlie and his future with Two and a Half Men. The two lawyers have been in contact with Charlie's lawyer, who sent a letter to Warner Bros. and CBS threatening a lawsuit if they didn't restart production on the sitcom. He also accused the network and studio of turning a blind eye to Charlie's notorious partying, but then overreacted when he lashed out against show creator Chuck Lorre.

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