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Originally posted 01/22/2016 09:00PM
When Colton Dixon and his new wife Annie arrived at the Polynesian resort where they stayed for their honeymoon, they remembered something that made it feel even more like paradise.
All the Details on Colton Dixon and Annie Coggeshall's Gilded Wedding Cake and Fairy Tale Touches (PHOTOS)
Originally posted 01/15/2016 10:55AM
Superhero Groomsmen and a Horse-Drawn Carriage! All the Details from Colton Dixon's Fairytale Wedding
Originally posted 01/14/2016 11:45AM
Holy happily ever after, Batman!
Colton Dixon and Annie Coggeshall Wedding: The Exclusive Style Scoop on the Dress(es), Rings and More!
Originally posted 01/13/2016 01:20PM
The bride and groom rock modern takes on tradition
Originally posted 01/07/2016 12:15PM
When American Idol alum Colton Dixon marries girlfriend Annie Coggeshall this weekend, the wedding will be fairy-tale inspired – but Prince Charming might have to pack some tissues.
Originally posted 09/11/2015 11:00PM
What better place to pop the question than the happiest place on earth!
Originally posted 04/20/2012 12:05PM
For Colton Dixon, "Bad Romance" turned out to be a bad idea.
The American Idol singer, who was shockingly eliminated Thursday, admitted that his two song choices – and particularly the first one – were what let him down.
"I regret my first song last night," he said of the Lady Gaga tune, after he was sent packing. "My take on it was me, and I didn't veer stylistically from me at all. But I think I could have chosen a better song that I could connect with that had a better message for me and for my audience."
He added: "I think that's what turned a lot of people off last night."
Originally posted 04/19/2012 09:25PM
The save is gone. So, one of American Idol's talented top seven has to go home.
After performing two songs each the night before, the remaining contestants faced elimination once again – and if they learned anything from last week's shocking results show, it's that no one is safe.
Keep reading to find out who was sent home on Thursday's show ...
Originally posted 04/18/2012 10:30PM
Dick Clark, known as "America's Oldest Teenager," would have approved of American Idol's theme on Wednesday, which had contestants performing two songs: a No. 1 hit from 2000-2012, and a soul song from "back in the day."
But the theme was actually intended to honor another television pioneer: Soul Train creator Don Cornelius, who also passed away this year.
Ryan Seacrest recognized his hero, saying Idol wouldn't exist with Clark, who died of a massive heart attack Wednesday. But, he acknowledged, the show must go on: "The theme is based around a show similar to American Bandstand," he said, "Soul Train."
So how did the top seven contestants do? Keep reading for a full recap of Wednesday's show ...
Originally posted 04/12/2012 09:30PM
American Idol's lucky seven had a mostly fantastic night on Wednesday. But when everyone does well, it only makes elimination night harder.
"I'm always worried, Ryan, when it gets to this point in the competition," Randy Jackson told host Seacrest at the beginning of Thursday's results show. "I got to be honest with you – I said it last night – nobody's safe."
It's true that top contenders at this point in the competition have been eliminated. It happened to Jennifer Hudson, who performed "Think Like a Man" with Ne-Yo on Thursday. Then again, it also happened to Sanjaya Malakar.
So who's still in the competition and whose fate was put into the hands of the judges, who have yet to use their one save of the season? Keep reading to find out ...
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