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Byline: - Compiled by Valerie Kuklenski

'ROSWELL' WRAPS: They gave it their best shot, but apparently the teen-age aliens of ``Roswell'' could not survive Earth's atmosphere. Or maybe it was because they could not reproduce in large numbers on planet Nielsen. Whatever the reason, the series ends tonight, with their young earthling friends learning about the government's mission to kill the aliens during the high school graduation ceremony. There goes the college-based spinoff.

ROSWELL, 9 p.m. UPN (Channel 13).

MAKEUP MAVEN: When Vanity Fair magazine gathered 10 top film actresses for a cover shoot last year, they all wanted to be powdered and preened by makeup artist Kevyn Aucoin, prompting photographer Annie Leibovitz to wonder: What is it with Kevyn? Cable network Style attempts to answer that with a special, ``Kevyn Aucoin: A Style Tribute,'' created following Aucoin's death May 7 at age 40. It includes interviews with Gwyneth Paltrow, Jennifer Lopez, Sharon Stone and other women who have been glammed up by him.

KEVYN AUCOIN: A STYLE TRIBUTE, 10 p.m., Style.

WATCH THIS: Fox is cleaning out its wardrobe department with an eBay auction of a few items from ``Ally McBeal'' and ``24.'' ``Ally,'' which quits May 20 after five seasons, is offering an 18-karat-gold necklace with diamonds and sapphires worn in the finale by Calista Flockhart. Proceeds of that sale will go to the World Trade Center School Relief Fund. While there has been no formal announcement on the future of ``24,'' it seems that next season Kiefer Sutherland gets a new watch. The watch he wore in each episode as Jack Bauer is up for sale, as is Dennis Haysbert's tie worn from the pilot through episode 6 and Elisha Cuthbert's red shirt (pilot through episode 13). Bidding closes Friday. Direct links to the auctions are www.allymcbealauction.com and www.24-auction.com. In the meantime, ``24'' ticks down to its last two hours.

24, 9 p.m., Fox (Channel 11).

COUNTRY GROUPIES WANTED: Country Music Television is looking for Los Angeles-based country fans for a contest that will send the winner to the Academy of Country Music Awards on May 21 with nominee Sara Evans. The adventure will be taped for an upcoming episode of the series ``CMT Got Me in With the Band.'' Details for applying are on www.cmt.com.

SURVEY SEZ: Richard Karn, best-known as Tim Allen's tool-show sidekick on ``Home Improvement,'' will be the host of the syndicated game show ``Family Feud'' when new shows start airing next fall. He replaces Louie Anderson, who is leaving after three seasons in that job. The show airs on KCAL (Channel 9).

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