This just in: Whitney Houston disappoints in Australia, Charlie Sheen enters rehab, Placido Domingo to undergo surgery
- Plácido Domingo has canceled six weeks of performances because of what his doctors called "preventative surgery," our colleague Anne Midgette reports. The tenor and Washington National Opera general director, 69, suffered severe abdominal pain while performing in Tokyo. His rep says he will likely return to the stage in late March, when he's scheduled to appear as "Simon Boccanegra" in Berlin -- and should be fit to conduct the WNO's "Hamlet" in May.
- Some Whitney Houston fans were demanding their money back after a concert Monday in Sydney, AFP reports. The diva took a long break after only two songs, forgot her band members' names and, worst of all, paused to towel down before hitting the high note of "I Will Always Love You."
- Charlie Sheen is taking downtime from CBS's "Two and a Half Men" to go into rehab. A "preventative" thing, his rep told reporters.
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February 24, 2010; 1:00 AM ET
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