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It's a wonderful night for Oscar! Oscar, Oscar! Who will win!
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"American Idol" had its most encouraging night of the season on Wednesday. The judges were entertaining and almost uniformly substantive. Of the 10 girls who performed, three or four of them were very good and an additional two or three were reasonably strong. And when the judges made their five selections to advance, at least four of the picks were absolutely on-the-mark.
That doesn't mean, though, that I'm not approaching Thursday's show with some trepidation. Regardless of how consistently the men have dominated "American Idol" for the past five seasons, I certainly haven't seen a guy capable of winning through auditions and Hollywood. So... Prove me wrong!
Wednesday (Feb. 20) night's "American Idol" represents an all-new format the long-running series. And, as a result, I don't actually have a clue what's coming tonight. Depending on which press release you read, this is either the "Semifinals" or the "Sudden Death Round." It appears that 10 people -- Girls if you trust FOX's press site, but Boys if you trust my Time-Warner cable listings -- will be singing and five will be going home. How were the groups split? What happens if one group or one gender ends up much better than the other?
I have no idea.
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