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Phil Stacey

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Kris Allen, the ultimate underdog, has made one of the biggest comebacks in television history! After 620 million votes, 19 weeks, 100,000 auditions, an extra judge and a bikini girl, Kris Allen is your new “American Idol.” The all-American, married boy next door defeated the glammed-out, leather-clad rocker and now is the 8th reigning champ in the Idol kingdom.

The last songs have been sung, and tomorrow either Adam Lambert or Kris Allen will be our new “American Idol.”

Adam Lambert and Kris Allen will face off next week during the eighth season of “American Idol.”

Tonight’s “American Idol” gave us Danny, Kris and Adam battling it out for a spot in the final with an Idol and judge song choice. The guys took the gloves off and gave it their all. Tomorrow’s result show is going to be a nail biter!

T-minus three weeks until the “American Idol” finale and we are now on the hunt for who will go head to head with Adam for the crown.

The judges have saved Matt Giraud, and no one was booted off “American Idol” tonight. Matt Giraud received the least amount of votes, just as I predicted in my blog Tuesday night, but the dueling piano man from Kalamazoo, Mich., will get a second chance to win over America. I believe he can do it, but as Simon said, it will be hard since next week is disco week.

American Idol’s Top 10 grooved to 50 years worth of Motown hits with Smokey Robison mentoring tonight’s show.

Alexis Grace is the latest axed from “American Idol.” The judges told the pink-and-blonde-haired mom from Memphis that if she impressed while singing her farewell song, they would use their new power to save only one contestant the entire season.

American Idol has gone country, choosing tonight’s songs from the catalogues of the Grand Ole Opry’s members. I have had the honor of singing on the Grand Ole Opry stage several times, a highlight of my career! The Opry has been very good to us Idol alumni. Carrie Underwood was inducted into this exclusive club last year and many of my peers, including Kellie Pickler, Bucky Covington and Josh Gracin, are regular guests.

I can almost feel the fingers across America stretching for the voting marathon.

Hello. My name is Phil Stacey and I would like to welcome you to my blog.

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