Thursday, May 27, 2010

Lee DeWyze wins 'American Idol' 9

The Season 9 of the Fox TV show “American Idol” has ended and Lee DeWyze emerged as the winner. Dewyze beat out the season’s frontrunner, dreadlocked single mom Crystal Bowersox to bag the “Idol” crown.

DeWyze used to work at a paint shop in Chicago before he followed his dream to be a professional singer and joined the Fox TV singing competition.

The two-hour finale of the show included performances of Janet Jackson, Joe Cocker, Hall and Oats, Michael McDonald and Chicago. Kris Allen, Christina Aguilera, Carrie Underwood, Alanis Morrisette and Bret Michaels also performed in the star-studded final episode.

One of the show’s highlights featured former judge Paula Abdul who led the send-off for feisty judge Simon Cowell. Cowell is leaving “Idol” to host his own show “The X-Factor” next year.

Photo Courtesy of AP


betchai said...

am glad the comment section has a new format now Leomar, I always had hard time before leaving a comment since sometimes they did not work. How are you? Hope all is well, I am a fan of Lee, I find him humble and talented as well, so I am very happy with the result.

Melissa said...

No offense to Lee but this is the second year in a row I didn't think the one who deserved to win won. I wish them both the best.

femmepower said...

I was watching the finals but after Christina Aguillera's performance, i dozed off,aaargh! I didn't finish it. I guess even if Crystal just landed 2nd best to Lee, she'll have a great career like what happened to Adam Lambert.

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