Earlier today I thought for sure I would be declaring Lee DeWyze the winner at this point.
But now I am not so sure.
Crystal "MamaSox" Bowersox seems to have edged him, especially with that last song.
8:48 p.m. -So MamaSox gets a cover tune, too, with "Up to the Mountain."
This song seems made for her, and she sang the mess out of it. I got chills when she sang "It's been a long time coming." You could tell she almost broke down and started bawling.
She actually had a moment there. Wow.
Let the rumble begin!
Crystal "MamaSox" Bowersox and Lee DeWyze better bring their total "A" game tonight because Lord knows we have been waiting for it all season.
The show just began and even though this is the finale we all knew was going to happen, I am still excited to see how the two Midwesterners are going to fare.
We’ve finally made it to the Top 2 on “American Idol” ... and I am divided.
My heart says Crystal “MamaSox” Bowersox deserves to win, but my mind is telling me Lee DeWyze will take the title. Let’s be honest here: Inevitably, Lee will appeal to the tweens and teens that seem to make up the majority of the voting body.
The pair take to the stage Tuesday night for their last shot to impress “Idol” voters.
Even if you’re not interested in seeing what shenanigans Carrie, Charlotte, Miranda and Samantha can get into in Abu Dhabi, odds are that someone you know is, and they've already got a ticket.
Ticket sales for the sequel to “Sex and the City” are currently 81 percent of ticket sales happening on Fandango.com, according to a statement from the website. The movie opens in theaters Thursday at midnight.
According to a survey Fandango issued Monday of more than 2,000 ticket buyers – of which 94 percent were women, the statement noted – nearly 80 percent of the moviegoers are going in groups with other women, while only 7 percent are going to bring a date.
Whether she’s searching for her true love - astronaut Mike Dexter - on “30 Rock,” or impersonating Sarah Palin on “Saturday Night Live,” Tina Fey always knows how to make us laugh.
That’s why Fey, who recently starred in “Date Night” with Steve Carell, will be presented with the most prestigious award a funny person could ask for: The Mark Twain Prize for American Humor.
The award has previously been given to influential humorists like Bill Cosby, Billy Crystal, Steve Martin and George Carlin.
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