>Updated pre-show odds, 3/15

>As we head into this weeks performance show on Wednesday, some interesting things are beginning to shift in our Idol odds. Scott McCreery is beginning to challenge Lauren Alaina as a co-favorite for the title. Nipping at their heels is Pia Toscano, whose back-to-back showstoppers has made a lot of people take notice of her. Falling back are several folks, most notably Jacob Lusk and Thia Megia. Jacob has an unbelievable voice, but his misfire on “I Believe I Can Fly” has chased away some fans. And Thia’s poor showing on Michael Jackson’s (er, Charlie Chapman’s … uh… Chaplin’s) “Smile” has a lot of folks shying away from her as well.

Girls still dominate the bottom of these rankings, as Karen Rodriguez now takes the spot of the one most likely to go home this week. Close behind are Haley Reinhart and Naima Adedapo.
Here is the full list of odds, which as always, are not for gambling purposes but for amusement only. Make sure to follow me on Twitter here.
1. Scott McCreery (1/1)
2. Lauren Alaina (5/4)
3. Pia Toscano (5/4)
4. James Durbin (3/2)
5. Casey Abrams (7/4)
6. Paul McDonald (2/1)
7. Thia Megia (11/4)
8. Jacob Lusk (3/1)
9. Stefano Langone (5/1)
10. Naima Adedapo (15/2)
11. Haley Reinhart (8/1)
12. Karen Rodriguez (9/1)
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About Doug DeBolt

Capnpen is a writer who was a newspaper and magazine journalist in a previous life. A college journalism major, he now works as an administrator, but gets his writing fix by blogging about a variety of topics, including politics, religion, movies and television. When he's not working or blogging, Capnpen spends time with his family, plays a little golf (badly) and loves to learn about virtually anything.
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