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Tuscaloosa's Casey Thrasher cut from 'American Idol'

Source: American Idol/WBRC Source: American Idol/WBRC
BIRMINGHAM, AL (WBRC) -

There's one less Alabama contestant on "American Idol."

Tuscaloosa's Casey Thrasher was cut from the competition Wednesday night.

Two other singers from Alabama did advance on the men's side. They are C.J. Harris from Jasper and Dexter Roberts from Fayette.

A third Alabama singer, Jessica Meuse of Slapout, advanced Tuesday night.

This round of changes is part of "Rush Week" on the singing competition. Judges whittled down the men and women from 15 singers each, to 10 on both sides.

Make sure you tune in to see if C.J., Jessica and Dexter make the top 13.

Click here to learn how to vote: http://www.americanidol.com/vote.

Watch "American Idol," live, on FOX6 WBRC at 7 p.m. Thursday.

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