“I do have a boyfriend – his name is Joseph – but Colton is my buddy and I love Colton so much,” she told PEOPLE after Wednesday’s taping. When asked what her boyfriend thinks of the rumors, Laine responded: “I don’t even think he notices.” With one of the top eight set to be eliminated Thursday, Laine and Dixon aren’t the only ones who have bonded during the course of the show.
Joshua Ledet, who also earned high praise from the judges for his take on Simply Red’s “If You Don’t Know Me By Now” on Wednesday, said he’s become particularly close with Hollie Cavanaugh – who may face elimination tonight after lackluster performances for the past two weeks. I can tell her anything and it won t get repeated.” Still, it was Ledet’s duet of Aretha Franklin and George Michael’s “I Knew You Were Waiting (For Me)” with Jessica Sanchez that really had the judges talking – particularly Jennifer Lopez, who predicted that Ledet and Sanchez might be the two finalists this season. “We kind of knew they were going to put us together when they said duets because we have the same kind of style.
“She is like my sister here,” Ledet told PEOPLE of his relationship with Cavanaugh. Singing with her was comfortable and we just fit right in. We just blended in together.” As for Sanchez, she said she doesn’t view Ledet as competition, despite Lopez’s prediction.
“We are all like a big family,” Sanchez told PEOPLE.
I am 17 weeks now and have another ultrasound next week! Witches, vampires, haunted hotels and houses, asylums, all the creepy stuff.
In the semi-finals she performed "Stay with Me" by Faces.
Margaret is survived by daughter, Julie Burkey (Ralph); son, Dan L. Callands; husband, Dude Fine; brother, Charles Calland; and recently, beloved granddaughter, Casey Hanson.
After Dude's return, they lived in and around the Clearwater Valley, finally settling in Orofino.One of her first jobs was at Swanteks Drug Store, at the soda fountain.She loved Orofino High School and made many lifelong friends there and at her various jobs. Margaret attended school for the first eight grades at Grangemont and rode horse back to and from school with her older brother Charlie. She began life on the Calland Homestead in Grangemont.