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Kanye West tweets his soul; Kara DioGuardi abandons "Idol"; T.I. may be headed back to jail

ralph stanleyThis man has a lot on his mind. (REUTERS/Lucas Jackson)

By Chris Richards

- Kanye West bared his soul at 140-characters-a-minute on Saturday morning, tweeting a link to his new song, tweeting birthday wishes to Beyonce, tweeting reflections on his struggles with fame, tweeting his beef with the media and (drum roll) tweeting an apology to Taylor Swift. Check it out.

- Kara DioGuardi is following in the footsteps of Simon Cowell and Ellen DeGeneres by leaving "American Idol." We say either let Randy go it alone or cancel this nine-year pox on popular music, outright.

- After last week's arrest, T.I. may be headed back to prison.

By Chris Richards  |  September 6, 2010; 9:00 AM ET
Categories:  Morning click  | Tags: Kanye West, Kara DioGuardi, T.I., Taylor Swift  
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