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Posted at 09:30 AM ET, 04/22/2011

Morning mix: Mel Gibson speaks in first post-audio-tape interview

Mel Gibson has spoken in his first lengthy interview since the audio tape debacle. He told Allison Hope Weiner at Deadline that he doesn’t care if he continues acting. And of the tapes recorded by his ex, Oksana Grigorieva, he said: “It’s one terribly, awful moment in time, said to one person, in the span of one day and doesn’t represent what I truly believe or how I’ve treated people my entire life.” (Deadline)
Mel Gibson finally speaks in first interview since his very public feud with Oksana Grigorieva. (Mario Anzuoni - Reuters)

Lindsay Lohan heads back to court today for a preliminary hearing in her felony theft case. (ABC News)

Why did Charlie Sheen get a police escort in D.C. that allowed him to speed to Constitution Hall? The alleged investigation continues. (Washington Post)

LeAnn Rimes addresses her romance with Eddie Cibrian, which began while both were still married to other people, in a new TV special for the Great American Country channel. “I know I didn’t do it the right way,” she says. (Popeater)

News about Susan Lucci’s potential next gig and another high-profile guest star on “The Office” finale, after the jump.

Could Susan Lucci be headed to “Desperate Housewives”? (New York Post)

Actress Amy Smart (“Varsity Blues,” “Crank”) engaged to home improvement expert Carter Oosterhouse. (People)

Masi Oka, otherwise known as time traveler Hiro Nakamura from “Heroes,” is writing a pilot script for Syfy. And yes, it is about time travel. (Hollywood Reporter)

Jim Carrey will also be in “The Office” finale, along with Ricky Gervais, Will Arnett, James Spader, Ray Romano and Catherine Tate. (Vulture)

Speaking of “The Office,” in case you missed it last night, here’s the cast making Michael Scott (Steve Carell) cry by singing a “Rent” song.

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