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American Idol Twist: The Final Four Are Safe

On Wednesday night, Ryan Seacrest hinted that this week's American Idol results show would feature a twist.  However, as WBKR's Idol expert Steve Thompson explains . . . it wasn't must of a "twist' at all.

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(from AmericanIdol.com/Fox)
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Idol: Candice Glover and Kree Harrison Win the Night on American Idol [Video]

Though ratings for American Idol continue to drop, the talent on the show continues to carry the weight of the series and rise above it.  And, last night, Candice Glover gave one of the best performances in the history of the show and reminded viewers how good Idol CAN be when it does what it's supposed to . . . turn everyday singers into international superstars. As Steve Thompson explains, Candice's performance was one for the Idol history books!

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(from AmericanIdol.com)
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Review: Rock ‘n’ Roll Night on American Idol [Video]

No ballads!  That was the order from the producers of American Idol last night as the Top 7 too the stage and belted out some of the biggest songs of rock and roll.  Who raised the roof and who was pulling up the rear?  WBKR's Idol expert Steve Thompson was tuned in and shares his weekly rankings!

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(from AmericanIdol.com/Kelly Clarkson's Facebook page)
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American Idol: Kelly Clarkson vs. Kree Harrison [Video]

Seven contestants remain on American Idol and odds are looking more and more like this is most definitely a girl's year to win.  Of the seven contestants remaining, five of them are female and just two are male.  And, let's be honest, Idol has had far more success with its female winners than it has its male champs anyway.  Is any Idol out there putting up the sales numbers and topping the charts like Carrie Underwood and Kelly Clarkson.  The answer is a resounding, "No!"  And, last Wednesday, during Motown Week, I was reminded of just how different Idol is these days.  It seems the true standouts, the true phenoms, have already been on the show and won it.  And it was never more apparent than when Kree Harrison, one of this year's frontrunners, took on Aretha Franklin's "Don't Play That Song."  It was the same song Kelly Clarkson sang in the same theme week way back in Season One.  And, if you ask me, there is just no comparison.  WATCH!

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Paul Jolley, Janelle Arthur and Kree Harrison Make American Idol’s Top Ten [Video]

The field is set and three country singers have found themselves in American Idol's Top Ten.  Last night, the finalists were revealed and WBKR's Idol expert, Steve Thompson, was tuned in to rate and handicap the field!

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American Idol: The Top Ten Girls Battle for the Finals [Video]

Ten girls.  Only five spaces available for them in the American Idol Top Ten.  Last night in Las Vegas, our final ten girls stepped to the mic and sang for survival.  How did they do?  Well, as WBKR's Idol expert Steve Thompson explains, some rose to the occasion and some assured themselves plane rides home.  Check our Steve's full review of last night's show, watch video highlights and see how he ranked the Idol wannabes.

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