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  • ADVANCE FOR THE WEEKEND OF FEB. 1-2 AND THEREAFTER - In a Jan. 23, 2014 photo, Ariana Green chases a soccer ball through the flowers made by Minneapolis-based artist David Cook on the beach in front of Ron Jons Cape Caribe Resort in Brevard, Fla. Cook spends hours and days designing and creating large colorful butterflies, flowers and whatever he thinks of, to surprise passersby at different locations. (AP Photo/Florida Today, Malcolm Denemark)  NO SALES

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  • Cook surprises as 'American Idol' of 7th season

    LOS ANGELES (AP) — The grown-up rocker triumphed over the smooth-voiced boy as David Cook claimed the "American Idol" title yesterday, and it wasn't as much of a surprise as it seemed.

  • Associated Press David Cook performs during the opening act in yesterday's season finale of "American Idol," which he won by 12 million votes. A record 97.5 million were cast.

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  • Viewers make Cook the latest 'Idol'

    LOS ANGELES (AP) — The grown-up rocker triumphed over the smooth-voiced kid as David Cook claimed the "American Idol" title tonight, and it wasn't as much of a surprise as it seemed.

  • Viewers tuning out 'Idol'

    LOS ANGELES (AP) - This season of "American Idol" had talented singers, a doe-eyed teenage contestant for the prepubescent crowd, visits from pop royalty, stinging comments from Simon Cowell and jaw-droppers from Paula Abdul.

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