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Judge shake up on "American Idol"; Spiritualized discuss "Floating in Space"; Sleater Kinney guitarist talks favorite songs

Degeneres will not return to "American Idol" next season. (Michael Becker-AP)

By Aaron Leitko

-Ellen DeGeneres will not be returning for the next season of American Idol. Not to fear, though, Jennifer Lopez is going to jump on board.

-The Village Voice talks to Spiritualized about its 1997 album "Ladies & Gentlemen We Are Floating in Space." Apparently Dr. John played some piano on the twenty-minute closing freak-out, "Cop Shoot Cop." Yeah, that Dr. John.

-Sleater Kinney's Corin Tucker on Bikini Kill, "I never didn't cry at their shows."

-British composer Max Richter lists a few of his favorite film scores for "Dusted."

By Aaron Leitko  |  July 30, 2010; 9:00 AM ET
Categories:  Morning click  | Tags: American Idol, Bikini Kill, Corin Tucker, Ellen DeGeneres, Jennifer Lopez, Max Richter, Sleater Kinney, Spiritualized  
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