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March 4, 2009 8:23 PM

scott macintyre advances

After the break, we return to the five standing contestants: Taylor, Arianna, Alex, Kendall and Scott.   Arianna says her song "didn't work out." Thanks, Captain Obvious. Seacrest says she's not in the Top 12.   Next, it's Taylor, another no-go for the Top 12. Time for Alex, who also gets a no.   Down to Kendall and Scott.   It's Scott!   Wow, I am 2 for 2 right now.

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