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(KSL News) Tonight, a Utah singer who's crooned his way into American hearts will appear on TV screens and compete for title of "American Idol."
David Archuleta is one of two finalist on the reality TV sensation, and all of his fans and friends in Utah couldn't be happier about his success.
His school, Murray High, is showing support tonight with a big screening party. Parents, classmates, teachers and administrators are all there to cheer Aruchuleta on.
Murray High School's assistant principal, Deborah Sorensen, is one of Archuleta's biggest fans. She joined us for Talking Point tonight to discuss what this "David Mania" means for the school and the city.
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