Battle Of The Davids Should Mean Big Ratings For Idol

May 19, 2008

This coming Tuesday night, it will be the battle of the Davids in the American Idol finale, with David Archuleta going up against David Cook.  The general feeling seems to be that this should draw bigger ratings than any other combination could have in the finale this season....Hollywood (ChattahBox) – This coming Tuesday night, it will be the battle of the Davids in the American Idol finale, with David Archuleta going up against David Cook. The general feeling seems to be that this should draw bigger ratings than any other combination could have in the finale this season.

Things definitely went according to plan for Fox and the producers of American Idol, as they now have a finale that the public really wants to see.

You get to see the pretty-boy David Archuleta going up against the rocker David Cook. It is a clash between two different types of musicians which should prove to be a highly-entertaining sight to say the least.

This should prove to appease a wider array of demographics, as Cook will draw in the more adult-oriented crowd, while Cook will draw in all of those crazed teenage fans who love to hear him sing about his “boo.”

All jokes aside though, these two were the standouts all season-long in Idol, and America certainly hit the nail on the head with the voting to put these two in the finale.

Fox has had a rough time this season with American Idol, as the show has not been able to match its popularity it once had in the past.

That could all change though as the show drew huge numbers once it got to the final three, and those numbers are only going to increase this week.


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