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Posted at 8:38 AM ET, 05/25/2006

Morning Mix: Cate Blanchett Cast as Bob Dylan

By Liz Kelly

Headlines: Cate Blanchett to play Bob Dylan in new biopic... Katie Holmes and baby Suri fly to Ohio to meet grandparents... Janet Jackson says she gained weight (now lost again) for passed up acting role (Mariah Carey, who recently told People she's on a strict fish and soup diet, got the job) ... Mischa Barton planning a move to London... Victoria Principal ("Dallas") splits from plastic surgeon husband... 50 Cent gets free manicure at Cannes... John Lennon letter sells for $22,000... Meryl Streep to narrate childrens' classics for Starbucks... Howard Stern settles contract dispute with CBS... Hasbro ditches plans for line of Pussycat Doll dolls... Rapper The Game arrested on weapons charges... Joan Baez joins tree-top protest to save community garden.

American Idol Redux: I am probably one of the few people in the country who did not watch this season of "American Idol", though I can flub my way through a conversation with references to "McPheever" and I'm pretty well-versed on any gossip surrounding the contestants. But, for a chance to talk to a real pro about this season, join Post TV columnist Lisa de Moraes online today at 11 a.m. ET to talk about the finale.

Gratuitous Pix

Which is more chilling? Four waxwork Beatle heads (left) or ZZ Top's Billy Gibbons at the Academy of Country Music Awards. (AP)

By Liz Kelly  | May 25, 2006; 8:38 AM ET
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you're not the only one that didn't watch this season...

Posted by: schiquita | May 25, 2006 12:25 PM | Report abuse

Do tell what the charities were, so I can be sure NOT to direct my money to them.

Posted by: abigail | May 25, 2006 3:55 PM | Report abuse

Yea, you don't watch AI either!

Posted by: chatter | May 25, 2006 4:58 PM | Report abuse

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