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Tuesday, March 10, 2009

Kris Allen is too dreamy to lose tonight

Posted By on Tue, Mar 10, 2009 at 12:46 PM

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From this week's Entertainment Weekly.

So clearly Entertainment Weekly is right, Kris Allen has too much support from nimble-fingered tween girls who text, moms who can't get over his doe-eyes and don't mind hitting redial over and over and gay men who aren't mad at his sartorial choices or haircut. And that's not evening factoring in the fervent support he's bound to get from the religious community. There's no way he's going anywhere this week or any other week in the near future.

The show starts at 7 p.m. on Fox.

Nonetheless, here are some power rankings to consider, and a spot, where you can vote who you think'll be vote off this week. There are prizes to be won, apparently. And you can see a state-by-state breakdown of votes. So far Arkansas hates Jasmine Murray.

More tidbits:

As regular "Idol" viewers know, there are usually 12 toll-free numbers used for voting for contestants, 1-866-436-5701 through 1-866-436-5712. But because of last week's twist, there are 13 contestants on this week, and as Idolator learned yesterday, 1-866-436-5713 is a phone sex number.

All 13 contestants can rest easy knowing there'll be at least one person who's a poorer singer. Kanye West is singing "Heartless" on the results show on Wednesday. And Kelly Clarkson's singing "My Life Would Suck Without You," too.

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