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Mariah Carey to Headline 2008 Canadian Idol Finale

August 23, 2008 (5:11 am) GMT
Mariah Carey will be joined by John Legend at a live performance in the result show of 2008 'Canadian Idol'.

Diva will share her remarkable voice with her fans at Canadian idol finale session. The show will be aired live by Canadian television CTV on Wednesday, September 10. A written statement, issued by CTV, is read, "CTV announced today that Mariah Carey will headline the star-studded, two-hour Canadian Idol season finale, airing live on Wednesday, September, 10 at 8 P.M. E.T."

To join her is five-time Grammy winner , who has recently dropped a music video for his brand new single "Green Light", taken from "" which comes out on October 28. Other performers who are lined up for the result show, are Canadian rocker , last year's Canadian Idol champion Brian Melo, and R&B singer Jully Black.

Commenting on the performer list, President of CTV Inc. Susanne Boyce says that they will make the show as spectacular as ever. "Viewers are in for a treat in what is shaping up to be one of the most spectacular Canadian Idol finales ever," says Susanne in the press release.

On another news, Mariah has recorded a charity single with teen idol , country singer , , and many other female singers. The song called "Just Stand Up" is noted to support a program initiated to help fighting cancer.

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