Afternoon Links: Chris Brown and Rihanna Could Perform on American Idol, R.I.P. Outkast

● Rumor has it that American Idol producers are angling to host the now inevitable Chris Brown/Rihanna reunion on their show this season. Do they too want to become "victims" of this mess? [E!]

● With opening night still a month away, the odds seem already to be ever in The Hunger Games‘s favor, as Katniss and company are already besting Twiglight in advanced ticket sales. [Deadline]

● That deconstructed Maybach from Jay and ‘Ye’s "Otis" video could be yours. The now iconic car is being put up for auction as part of Phillips de Pury’s contemporary evening sale in New York on March 8, and all proceeds will go towards the Save the Children fund. [NYO]

● Residents of the Slovakian border town, Bratislava, have voted overwhelmingly to name their new cycle bridge to Austria "Chuck Norris." [NYP]

● With hashtags, mobile apps, and Facebook pages all ready to go, the Academy has made it almost impossible not to live-tweet your Oscar viewing party. [WSJ]

● This pains us so, but: Andre 3000 went ahead and dashed all hope of a future Outkast album in an interview with GQ. "I started this in high school—with Outkast—those were like high school dreams. I’m 36 now, so I have grown-man dreams," he explains, hinting at a new round of collaborations and a possible solo album. [GQ]

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