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REALITY CHECK: 3 LIers on 'MasterChef'

ISLAND CUISINE. Will YOU be the next MasterChef? We're speaking to you, stock broker Frank Mirando of Holtsville, teaching assistant Al Matousek of Levittown and sales manager Alessio Vella of Long Beach -- three of many hopefuls chosen from what the producers say were 30,000 applicants for Season Three of Gordon Ramsay's "MasterChef" cook-off, premiering June 4.

FINALE.Kara Laricks, Ronnie Escalante and Nzimiro Oputa are the last designers standing on NBC's "Fashion Star," concluding its first season Tuesday at 10 p.m.

PREMIERES. "America's Got Talent" returns for Season Seven with Roosevelt's own Howard Stern joining as a judge in the two-hour premiere Monday night at 8 on NBC . . . on ABC Monday night, the eighth edition of "The Bachelorette" bows at 9:31 . . . it's a twofer on E! this Sunday: the Season Seven premiere of "Keeping Up With the Kardashians" at 9 followed at 10 by "Mrs. Eastwood & Company," starring Clint Eastwood's wife, Dina Ruiz, their daughter Morgan, and his daughter with Frances Fisher, Francesca . . . and at 10:30 that night, Food's new "Mystery Diners" sends undercover eaters to expose bad restaurant employees.

RECAPS.Kim Spradlin became the Season 24 winner Sunday night, beating fellow finalists Chelsea Meissner and Sabrina Thompson . . . Jermaine Paul won Season Two of "The Voice" . . . there were two eliminations on "Dancing with the Stars": Roshon Fegan and dance partner Chelsie Hightower, and Melissa Gilbert and partner Maksim Chmerkovskiy . . . Hollie Cavanagh was voted off "American Idol" . . . American Eboni Davis was cut from "America's Next Top Model: British Invasion" while Briton Alisha White quit . . . and Collizion Crew will not be "America's Best Dance Crew."

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