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LIers represent on 'Bad Girls,' 'Fat Chef'

BAD GIRLS, FAT CHEF. Two Long Islanders get real this week. Jenna, "a feisty Italian/Hungarian-American" from Wantagh, is among the seven cast-members of Oxygen's "Bad Girls Club: Las Vegas," premiering tonight at 9. Then Thursday at 10 p.m., pastry chef Michael Mignano, owner of Main Street Bakery & Café in Port Washington, is one of the dozen subjects of "Fat Chef," a new Food Network series tracing their four-month weight-loss regimens.

OMAROSA'S BACK! And dating Academy Award nominee Michael Clarke Duncan ("The Green Mile"), as the couple recently told "Good Day New York" -- where "The Apprentice" villainess said she's been named West Coast Editor of the new tabloid Reality Weekly Magazine.

PREMIERES. "Cake Boss" returns for season five, tonight at 10 . . . Discovery bows two new series, the sports-memorabilia show "All Star Dealers," tomorrow at 8 p.m., and "Bering Sea Gold," about ocean prospecting, Friday at 10 p.m. . . . Joan Rivers and her daughter are back for a second season of "Joan & Melissa: Joan Knows Best?" tomorrow at 9 p.m. on WE . . . and "The Challenge," part of MTV's "Real World / Road Rules" franchise, starts its 22nd edition Wednesday at 10 p.m.

RECAPS.Brittney Schreiner willingly left Ben Flajnik, as he released Jaclyn Swartz and Erika Uhlig from "The Bachelor" -- Flajnik also rebuffed an attempt by season 15's Shawntel Newton from joining this edition . . . "Top Chef: Texas" cut Beverly Kim, but she's hanging on via the Last Chance Kitchen challenge . . . Lauren Lee was eliminated and Joe Messina quit on "The Biggest Loser" . . . and neither Megan Hart nor Carmelo Oquendo will be the "Next Great Baker."

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