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Video: Kris Allen and Allison Iraheta on 'American Idol' Result Show

February 26, 2010 (6:40 am) GMT
In addition to singing, Kris Allen shares his recent trip to Haiti, while Allison Iraheta jokes about feeling like she's going to be eliminated.
Video: Kris Allen and Allison Iraheta on 'American Idol' Result Show

Video of the live performances from the Thursday result show of "" season 9 have hit the web shortly after the singing competition ended. and who graduated from the previous season served as musical guests.

Allison was the first to take the mic, delivering "Scars", the second single from her debut album "Just Like You". When standing on the Idol stage, the red-headed singer managed to joke about feeling like she's going to be eliminated again.

Prior to Allison's performance, the Top 24 contestants came onto the stage together. The aspiring artists shared the spotlight and showcased a rendition of 's hit single "American Boy".

Performing on the last set was Kris. The winner of the show's eighth season brought his guitar and sang "Let It Be". Beside singing, he also had a brief chat with host about his experience of visiting Haiti recently. He says there are a lot of destructions but also hopes, so he encourages the viewers to donate to help bring relief to the country.

Allison Iraheta's "Scars":



"American Idol" Top 24's "American Boy":



Kris Allen's "Let It Be":



Kris Allen's interview:



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