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Colton Dixon Proves Talent Alone Won't Win American Idol

Colton Dixon certainly has talent, but that wasn’t enough to save him on “American Idol” last night. Was it his cockiness, or his nonchalant attitude that did him in. Quite possibly this late in the contest. Dixon proves the rule that the singing show morphs into a popularity contest in the later rounds as the talent near equals itself out and no one is a truly bad singer....
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Jessica Sanchez Gets a Big Scare on American Idol

Jessica Sanchez got the scare of her life on "American Idol" last night. Fans booted her from the contest, but the judges used their only save to bring her back. That's how close the competition is among the finalists. While Jessica has one of the best voices on the show and is poised on stage, she may be lacking the necessary pop idol presence to stay much longer. As always, the best singer doesn't always win on this show and she wouldn't be the first to go, despite her voice. Remember Jennifer Hudson?...
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Jessica Sanchez Wows With Another Whitney Houston Tune

Jessica Sanchez transcended “American Idol” last night and virtually assured she’ll have a major singing career whether she wins or loses the competition. Her performance of “How Will I Know?” was that good. Sanchez picked the Whitney Houston song for the themed ’80s night and sang it with such poise and maturity it belied the fact that she is only 16 years old....
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Joshua Ledet Shines on American Idol; Jones Booted (video)

Jessica Sanchez left the door open to the “American Idol” crown last night (Mar. 14) after she failed to overwhelm the judges with their performances on a so-so night that saw Joshua Ledet and Phillip Phillips rise to the top. The show was overshadowed, somewhat, by the departure of contestant Jermaine Jones, who failed to reveal he had four outstanding arrest warrants pending against him....
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Jessica Sanchez Perfect on Whitney Houston Classic (listen!)

Jessica Sanchez, a 16-year-old “American Idol” contestant, shocked judges and the show’s audience with a stirring rendition of Whitney Houston’s classic “I Will Alaways Love You.” It was pitch perfect and she didn’t miss note. The performance was gutsy in more ways than none. Not only was Houston’s a singular talent with a soaring vocal range, the song is one of the most difficult to sing in popular music....
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American Idol Finalists to Perform Whitney Houston Tribute

Phillip Phillips, Jessica Sanchez and the newest crop of “American Idol” finalists will get down to business on Wednesday (Mar 7). They group will pay tribute to the late Whitney Houston, whose songs are soaring up the charts since her death. More than 33 million votes were cast, according to host Ryan Seacrest to whittle the 25 semi-finalists down to the latest round of contenders....
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