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Deback (talk|edits) said:

February 17, 2007
I know this is way off-topic, but what the heck, it's a general chat area. No, it's not about Anna Nicole.

I started watching American Idol around the week before Fantasia won and have watched every show since then. Besides Keno machines, I've always loved music. During the auditions in the last two seasons, I predicted that Carrie Underwood and Katherine McPhee would win.

I just caught up with this week's Idol. This season is a little harder to predict, since I think the clips they showed were shorter than usual. But my first choices so far are Lakisha Jones and Brendan Rogers, and my next choices are Melinda Doolittle, Stephanie Edwards, and possibly Amy Krebs. I'll know better next week, after I hear them all sing longer. So, stay tuned, and feel free to chime in.  :)

Deback (talk|edits) said:

March 1, 2007
Melinda Doolittle, no doubt about it. She was my first choice during the auditions, and somehow, I had the names listed backwards above.

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13 May 2007
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