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Fast Track: Posthumous Amy Winehouse album will have 12 new songs

October 31, 2011
  • British singer Amy Winehouse in 2007.
British singer Amy Winehouse in 2007. (Matt Dunham / Associated…)

A roundup of entertainment headlines for Monday:

Months after Amy Winehouse's untimely death, a new album "Lioness: Hidden Treasures" will feature 12 previously unreleased songs. (The Sun)

Ali Williams, the actress who shares a smooch with Justin Bieber in his "Mistletoe" video, says the kissing was "just a job." (MTV)

Michael Lohan, Lindsay Lohan's dad, is denied bail after allegedly contacting his former fiancee Kate Major, violating a no-contact order. (Los Angeles Times)

Uh-oh. Kim Kardashian and Julianne Hough picked the same intoxicating Halloween costume. (Celebuzz)

Meanwhile, Heidi Klum's creepy costume is a different kind of bare. (Us Weekly)

Here's a look at some of the ghosts that have haunted the small screen. (Los Angeles Times)

"Twilight: Breaking Dawn" stars are premiering a clip from the film and answering questions in a Nov. 3 MTV special. (MTV)

"Puss in Boots" pounced on the box office competition this weekend. (Los Angeles Times)

Spielberg's "Tintin" movie is on its way to becoming a hit overseas. (Los Angeles Times)

Actress Eva Amurri, Susan Sarandon's daughter, ties the knot with former soccer pro Kyle Martino. (People)

Eva Longoria says she's not dating Los Angeles Lakers forward Matt Barnes. (AceShowBiz)

Singer Adele will have throat surgery and has canceled her 2011 tour dates. (Los Angeles Times)

Brian Williams is revving up for "Rock Center." (Los Angeles Times)

Elmo's puppeteer talks about his fluffy red friend. (Los Angeles Times)

-- Noelene Clark

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