‘American Idol’ poll: What was your favorite Dexter Roberts performance?

Country crooner Dexter Roberts is gone on “American Idol,” but not forgotten. Vote in our poll below for your favorite Dexter performance.

Dexter’s farwell song was “Lucky Man” and he explained to our own Tom O’Neil during Friday’s webchat, the contestants get to choose their own exit song. “They give us a few songs and we have to pick from that list what song we would want to sing on the show. Sometimes they’re good songs and sometimes they’re bad songs.”

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On “American Idol,” Dexter sang close to two dozen hits throughout the competition, beginning with his audition song “Drive” and ending with the song that got him booted “Muckalee Creek Water.”

He also got to perform two duets during the live rounds — “Alright” with C.J. Harris during Top 8 Week and “Islands in the Stream” with Jessica Meuse during Top 8 Week, Part 2 — as well as this week’s trio “Compass” with C.J. and Jessica.

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Now that Dexter is out, what singer do you think will win Season 13 now?

To cast your votes, simply log into your predictions, click on the “American Idol” button and answer our weekly questions. Or you can vote now by scrolling down to the TV Derby Predictions menu below.

Will you miss Dexter Roberts on the show? Be sure to sound off in the comments section below regarding the likeable country singer’s ouster.

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The winner of our “American Idol” contest at season’s end will earn a $100 Amazon gift card and two tickets to a live taping of one of next season’s episodes. So what are you waiting for? Start voting now!

One thought on “‘American Idol’ poll: What was your favorite Dexter Roberts performance?

  1. We are gonna miss seeing him on the AI, hear him sing. Looking forward to see him on tour. He is never forgotten..think this is just beginning for him!

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