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Minneapolis 'Idol' contestants found on MySpace

by Liz Finn-Arnold, posted Jan 17th 2007 7:46PM
Jessical RhodeAmerican Idol always provides some interesting and inspiring back-stories on some of the more unusual and/or "unique" contestants during the audition episodes. But if you're like me, you might also hunger for more information on some of those who don't merit an individual AI spotlight. Don't you wonder, "Who are these people? And what rock did they crawl out from under?"

Folks you're in luck, because Eric over at Death by Camera has done a little legwork and compiled a list of links to the MySpace pages for last night's rejected and accepted Minneapolis contestants. Dying to know more about The Juggler, The Jewel-Wannabe, or The Cowardly Lion Girl? Then check it out.

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American Idol: Minneapolis Auditions (season premiere)

by Liz Finn-Arnold, posted Jan 17th 2007 1:20AM
American Idol(S06E01) At 8:00 PM, I sat down with my Diet Coke, set the DVR, and got ready to take notes for my first ever American Idol Reviewcap. At 10:00 PM, I realized that my DVR didn't record one fricking minute. Not a good start. Good thing I took extensive notes during the show.

Season Six began with a stirring intro by Ryan Seacrest, making me realize that AI employs some pretty good writers. After highlighting past Idol successes and reviewing last year's Grand Finale show with Prince (Minneapolis was chosen because it's Prince's hometown), we were ready for the auditions.

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American Idol: Four days until season six begins

by Liz Finn-Arnold, posted Jan 12th 2007 9:21AM
American Idol JudgesOnce upon a time, January was just a long cold month that filled me with regret and longing. I regretted the holiday over-eating and over-spending. And longed for warmer weather and something (anything) to distract me from the bleakness of winter.

In 2003, that all changed. Season 2 of American Idol appeared on the horizon giving me -- and the rest of America -- HOPE. Now, every January, American Idol triumphantly returns with blaring trumpets and great spectacle to awaken the American viewing public out of our winter stupor.

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