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Who Is Going to the American Idol Season 12 Finale?

We’ve made our prediction as to who was kicked off American Idol Season 12 by the voters and, sadly, we think it’s Kree Harrison. Many (including us!) were hoping for a Hunger Games-ian twist for a three-way finale, as these three girls are oh-so-talented.

Alas, we don’t think the powers that be at Ameircan
Idol 2013 have something that big up their sleeves, so we think it will be Angie Miller and Candice Glover who head to the American Idol finale.

While Kree Harrison is amazing, the other girls proved they are on a whole other level on American Idol last night. In looking at the pairings of some seasons past, like Lauren Alaina vs. Scotty McCreery and Jessica Sanchez vs. Phillip Phillips, the Angie/Candice matchup could be one of the most competitive we’ve seen in the show’s history.

Angie stole the hearts of viewers from that very first moment when she sat down at the piano to sing her original song, “You Set Me Free,” during Hollywood Week. Candice didn’t really show up on anyone’s radar as a serious contender until she knocked it out of the park with Adele’s “Lovesong” a few weeks ago.

However, since then, Candice has been an unstoppable force. She’s taken on older songs, like last night’s “Somewhere,” and newer songs, like last week’s “When I Was Your Man,” and shown us her voice is unparalleled this season (and possibly all seasons).

We can’t count Angie Miller out all together, though, especially when she’s at the piano. She braved two songs without it this week and still did amazing, so she’s a fierce competitor. If she sticks close to the piano during the finale performances, she could easily be the last girl standing.

What do you think of our Angie/Candice prediction for the finale? Who will win American Idol 2013 in your opinion?

05.10.2013 / 12:30 AM EDT by Marnie Brodersen
Related: American Idol, American Idol Season 12

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