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'Teen Mom' released from short mental stay

AMBER ALERT. Purportedly suicidal Amber Portwood of "Teen Mom" was released from an Indiana hospital Friday after a 72-hour psychiatric hold, according to RadarOnline.com. Her child's father, Gary Shirley, has set up an email account for well-wishers: thinkingofamber@gmail.com.

RECAPS.Floyd Cardoz won "Top Chef Masters" season three . . . West Lee was cut from "The Bachelorette" . . . Lily Elise, Raquel Castro, Jared Blake and Patrick Thomas were eliminated from "The Voice" . . . and though the top 20 was set to become the top 18, no one was dropped from "So You Think You Can Dance."

PREMIERES. A&E'S "Hoarders" and "Intervention" return tonight at 9 and 10 p.m. . . . WE's new show "Staten Island Cakes" premieres Tuesday night at 9, followed at 10 by the return of "The Cupcake Girls" . . . MTV's "The Challenge: Rivals" bows Wednesday at 10 p.m. . . . Thursday at 9 p.m. brings ABC's new exotic-locale race "Expedition Impossible" . . . and on Sunday it's season two of "The Marriage Ref" (NBC, 10 p.m.) and season five of "Celebrity Rehab With Dr. Drew" (VH1, 9 p.m.), with Long Islanders Michael Lohan and Amy Fisher, plus Dwight Gooden, who lived in Port Washington while with the Mets.

CASTING. Applications for "The Voice" season two are at nbcthevoice.com . . . and Bravo wants New York-area people for a new matchmaking show: Details at bravotv.com/

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