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Crystal Bowersox outperforms Lee DeWyze but is it enough?

By Greg Hernandez

HollywoodNews.com: Whoever does not win American Idol tonight will join such distinguished company as Adam Lambert, Clay Aiken, Jennifer Hudson and Chris Daughtry who managed to do all right for themselves without the crown.

It must be awfully nice to win but both Crystal Bowersox and Lee DeWyze have an excellent opportunity to become big stars.

Based on last night’s performances, Crystal deserves to win, hands down. She soared when she needed to the most and really stepped up – especially on that glorious final number Up to the Mountain. God, I just loved that! Also wonderful was her opening Me and Bobby McGee the second song, Black Velvet.

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