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“The Human Jukebox” Terry Fator has won the second season of NBC’s America’s Got Talent edging out reggae crooner Cas Haley, beatboxer Antoinette “Butterscotch” Clinton and country singer Julienne Irwin for the $1 million prize.

It’s down to ten. After a massive three million votes were received following Monday and Tuesday’s performance episodes, the Canadian Idol Top 10 was revealed tonight on CTV.

Unfortunately, it was the end of the road for four others: Liam Styles Chang 17, Victoria, BC; Montana Martin Iles, 16, Sainte-Julienne, QC; Tyler Mullendore, 19, Lake Ainslie, NS; and Annika Odegard, 16, Calgary, AB, received the fewest votes and were eliminated from the competition. They now go home while 10 others begin rehearsals for next Tuesday’s first Canadian Idol Top 10 show, an expanded 90-minute broadcast live from Toronto’s John Bassett Theatre.

Dedicated to “No. 1 Hits,” Tuesday’s show will feature each of the Top 10 competitors performing a No. 1 hit that they’ve selected. Then, on Wednesday’s episode, international superstar Rihanna will perform her own No. 1 hit, “Umbrella,” live on the Canadian Idol stage in the first Top 10 elimination episode. Tuesday’s episode airs at a special time, July 17 at 8 p.m. ET/PT on CTV.

The Canadian Idol Top 10 is comprised of five women and five men, ranging in age from 16 to 28 and hailing from Mission, BC to Hare Bay, NL. From Canada’s largest city to a small Acadian fishing village, the 10 finalists represent Canada’s diverse musical talent, regional distinctions and rich history of musical excellence. There are three competitors from Ontario, two from British Columbia and one each from Alberta, Saskatchewan, Quebec, Nova Scotia and Newfoundland. They have survived 10 elimination rounds and outlasted almost 10,000 others. All will be household names before the summer is over.

Meet the Canadian Idol Top 10:

* Jaydee Bixby, 16, Drumheller, AB, Student
* Dwight d’Eon, 28, West Pubnico, NS, Lobster Fisherman
* Khalila G, 23, Dorval, QC, Day Care Worker
* Carly Rae Jepsen, 21, Mission, BC, Waitress
* Martha Joy, 16, Toronto, ON, Student
* Brian Melo, 24, Hamilton, ON, Construction Worker
* Mila Miller, 17, Toronto, ON, Student
* Greg Neufeld, 23, Abbotsford, BC, House Framer
* Tara Oram, 23, Hare Bay, NL, Singer
* Matt Rapley, 18, Regina, SK, Student

Backed by a live, five-piece band, the Top 10 will perform in front of an audience of 1,000 screaming fans at Toronto’s John Bassett Theatre in the first of nine, Top 10 performance shows next week. Dedicated to “No. 1 Hits,” the first Top 10 show is an expanded 90-minute special, airing Tuesday, July 17 from 8 – 9:30 p.m. ET/PT on CTV.

If there’s an artist who knows what it feels like to be at the top of the charts, it’s 19-year-old Rihanna. The Barbados-born singer and SRP/Def Jam/Universal Music Canada recording artist has landed in the No. 1 position with various singles from each of her three albums. Her current hit “Umbrella” is sitting in the No. 1 spot of Billboard’s Hot 100 list. The winner of four, 2006 Billboard Music Awards, Rihanna has had seven singles reach No. 1 on the Billboard charts. She currently tops the Nielsen Soundscan R&B chart in Canada with her third release, Good Girl Gone Bad, which is already platinum in Canada. The CD features 11 new tracks and includes collaborations with Ne-Yo, StarGate, Timbaland and Grammy-award winners Jay-Z and Justin Timberlake.

18 year old Scarlett Burke has been called up for the Canadian Idol Top 22 round after 16 year old Ritchea Hodge from Toronto bowed out of the competition for personal reasons.

Monday, July 16 at 8pm ET
Canadians will get an exclusive look inside the life of international superstar Victoria Beckham as she moves from posh London to Los Angeles in the one hour special.

By slipping inside Victoria’s larger-than-life world, viewers will discover the woman behind the fashion icon – including her sense of humour. Some of the most insightful and hilarious moments of the show comes from Victoria herself as she pokes fun at her public image.

Victoria exploded into the public consciousness world-wide as a member of the hit 90’s all-girl supergroup “The Spice Girls.” Victoria was known as “Posh Spice,” the elegant and confident member of the ensemble. The group sold millions of albums around the globe before disbanding in 2001.

She later moved on to a solo career, and had a couple of hits including “Not Such an Innocent Girl” and “This Groove/Let Your Head Go On.”

In 1999, Victoria married soccer superstar David Beckham and quickly became one of the world’s most celebrated couples.

Victoria has now turned her attention to fashion, designing “VB Rocks,” a line of high-end jeans for “Rock” and “Republic.” She’s now launched her own jeans label called dVb, as well as her own line of sunglasses and perfume. Victoria also penned a best selling style bible “That Extra Half an Inch.”

With a rule change allowing instrument-playing competitors to accompany themselves in their auditions, the show welcomed a vast new crop of undiscovered talent.

Canadian Idol returns to our screens for the summer tonight at 8:00pm on CTV.

The Next Epic Adventure Series From Emmy Award-Winning Producer Mark Burnett Premieres Thursday, May 31 at 8:00pm on CTV.

PIRATE MASTER will send 16 modern-day pirates on a high seas adventure where they will live as buccaneers and travel around the Caribbean island of Dominica in search of hidden treasure that will total $1 million.

Over the course of 33 days, these pirates will live aboard a massive 179 foot, square-rigged barque which carries 12,500 square feet of sail.

Each week, the pirates will embark on extraordinary expeditions where they will decipher clues along the way in search of missing treasure. Gold coins — real money which the pirates may take with them beyond the show — will be awarded after each expedition, but only to some. The gold will play a key role as pirates strike deals with each other or plead for long-term security. In addition to claiming the lion’s share of the week’s riches, one pirate will become the captain of the ship and will assign roles and chores to the remaining crew members, setting the tone for either law and order or betrayal and sabotage, which could lead to mutiny by the crew.

Each episode will conclude on the ship at Pirate’s Court, a lively gathering of public speaking and judgment where one individual will be eliminated and “cut adrift.” In the end, one will be the first to find the largest booty, worth $500,000, and claim the title of “Pirate Master.”

Series creator and executive producer Mark Burnett explains, “Pirate Master breaks new ground in that it’s the collision of fantasy and reality. This is a show where, in true pirate fashion, anything can happen with a group of people that live by their own set of rules and usually break them. It’s adventure, excitement and loads of treasure. Anyone who ever wanted to be a pirate will love this show!”

PIRATE MASTER is produced by Mark Burnett Productions. Mark Burnett and Lisa Hennessy are the executive producers. Eden Gaha and Page Feldman are the co-executive producers.