Idol: in 58 minutes we’ll find out who is going home

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The final four showdown has sometimes offered up a shocker. No one seems to be expecting one tonight.

51 million votes (the highest this season). The top three had one million votes separating each from the other. Ryan Seacrest thinks that’s close (pick up a paper, Ryan. Indiana was close. One million votes does not a close race make).

The Davids (Archuleta and Cook) are paired off for the group sing. Ladies and gentlemen: your top two (if I have to speculate).

Thoughts guys?

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