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Fast Track: ‘American Idol’ hopefuls talk; Kate Gosselin booted off ‘Dancing With the Stars’; and, hey, wasn’t Tuesday night’s all-Madonna ‘Glee’ great?

A roundup of this morning’s arts and entertainment headlines:

“American Idol” contestants answer burning questions after Tuesday night’s show. Find out what’s up with Siobhan’s butterflies... (Idol Tracker)

Susan Boyle is writing an autobiography. ( BBC)

Sam Mendes to direct, Robert Downey Jr. to play the wizard in the planned sequel “Oz The Great and Powerful.” (Playlist, 24 Frames)

Such a tease: “True Blood” will release six mini-episodes online before its June premiere. (Technorati)

“Top Gear” is coming Stateside on History Channel. Woo! (The Hollywood Reporter)

Kate Gosselin is voted off “Dancing With the Stars.” (Show Tracker)

Leonard Nimoy has announced he will retire from acting. (Toronto Sun)

We’d listen to (or read about) Anthony Bourdain talk about anything. ( Chicago Tribune)

That goes double for Rufus Wainwright. (New York Magazine)

Someone is trying to give Tori Spelling her own talk show. (Company Town)

Michael Jackson’s estate and Cirque du Soleil will collaborate on a reality TV show tied to a concert-style touring production and Vegas show. ( Los Angeles Times)

A handy link to the full all-Madonna episode of “Glee.” You’re welcome. ( Hulu)

The countdown begins for Lady Gaga’s next album. (Vibe)

New Jersey is reality TV central. (Los Angeles Times)

Courtney Love news du jour: She’s changing her name back to Courtney Michelle. ( Australia’s EOnline)

The third “Men in Black” film will be shot in 3D and come out on Memorial Day 2011. (Slashfilm)

Sony’s moving ahead with a movie version of “I Dream of Jeannie.” (24 Frames)

-- Denise Martin

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