'American Idol': Colton Dixon on singing Lifehouse, his faith and that elusive standing ovation


On a night where the "American Idol" judges were giving out standing ovations like Halloween candy (they stood up no fewer than five separate times), it seems a little strange that Colton Dixon, the competition's so-called third dark horse, still hasn't seen the judges leap to their feet after one of his many solid performances."I'm working on it," he tells Zap2it after his emotional performance of Lifehouse's "Everything" on Top 9 night. "I'll get one!"Dixon's fellow finalist Elise Testone totally thinks he was robbed of that elusive standing O. "I still think you should've gotten one too," she says.But Testone has a theory. "Here's what it is: Colton comes on 'American Idol' all perfect and ready to go. There's never been a problem. I've never heard a bad comment. Really, not a bad comment. Steven said he didn't like the song, but that was because of the song. That's the only thing ever that anyone's...



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