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Lauren Alaina Gave Jennifer Lopez 'Goosies' on 'American Idol' (VIDEO)

by Jason Hughes, posted May 19th 2011 1:12AM
Lauren Alaina, 'American Idol'When Lauren Alaina performed 'I Hope You Dance' by Lee Ann Womack on 'American Idol' (Wed., 8PM ET on FOX) this week, she got a critique that could only be genuine praise. And it came from Jennifer Lopez's body.

"You cannot buy those," Lopez said, stroking her arm. "Those are not for sale. Those only come out when somebody makes them come out. You gave me just goosies from head to toe."

Clearly, Lopez had an emotional connection with Lauren's song, and from it made a bold prediction that Lauren had won that round of the competition, before Haley and Scotty had even sung. It proved to be a prediction she stuck by even after the other two finalists performed.

'American Idol' airs Wednesdays and Thursdays at 8PM ET on FOX.

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'American Idol:' Top 3 Perform for a Shot at the Finale Recap

by Hilary Rothing, posted May 19th 2011 12:30AM
Baby, lock them damn doors already and turn the lights down low! It was time to get down to business tonight as the Top 3 tackled a trio of songs, including their own picks as well as selections from the judges and mega-producer Jimmy Iovine.

On the heels of an inspiring hometown visit, yet with two-thirds of the night out of their hands, how did Scotty McCreery, Lauren Alaina and Haley Reinhart handle the pressure?

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American Idol: Hollywood Round #3

by Kona Gallagher, posted Feb 11th 2009 1:24AM

(S08E09) Seacrest begins the show with some cold, sexy numbers. We started this season with over 103,000 American Idol hopefuls, and now, going into the last night of Hollywood week, we're down to 72. Now that we're under the century mark, we get to be fancy: the contestants have backup singers, bands, and can play instruments if they want.

The way they're doing this is pretty hardcore: Each singer takes the stage, but receives no feedback afterward. Since this is their last chance, it kind of doesn't matter if Simon makes them cry, or Randy calls them Dawg. Either they're good enough or they're not. After they're finished singing, they have to wait until the end of the day, when the entire group is broken up into two groups: those who are going forward, and those who are not. Or, those who are immediately fading into obscurity and those who will fade more slowly, singing some goofy songs while hamming it up in some sort of Ford vehicle on the way.

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