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Kalispell Woman Wins American Idol Contest

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KALISPELL -  A Kalispell woman will travel to L. A. to watch the American Idol finale show after winning our Fox contest.

 After watching the Fox News at Nine, Kelli Mclean said she immediately logged onto the ABC Fox Montana home page and entered an access code.         

Kelli won a trip for two to watch the finale of American Idol live in Los Angeles at the Nokia Center.

"I didn't expect to really win, you enter things but you never really expect to win, and when I did get the email I was really surprised but its exciting,"  Contest Winner Kelli Mclean said.

The American Idol finale show will air Thursday at 8 p.m. on the Fox Network.

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