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Lewis has "Chris Sligh, Rudy Cárdenas", contestants from the sixth season of American Idol, listed as his own "American idols" on his profile on American Idol official website, while Sligh and Cárdenas also have Lewis on their lists.Lewis's songs from American Idol have been on sale at the i Tunes Store and the American Idol official website as Blake Lewis - EP (called a "bundle" on Idol official website) shortly after the finale of Idol, along with other songs that did not make the EP's cut that are being sold as individual singles.When later he sang it in front of the other finalists, Phil Stacey felt that it was the best performance he has seen from Lewis.Lewis ended up the last male contestant standing, despite Simon's first impression that the singer was a bit "over the top" adding "I don't know if you're as good as you think you are".After Lewis' performance of "Lovesong" by The Cure/311 on March 27, Paula Abdul said that she would love to see him in the finale.Cowell further confirmed that Lewis was the front runner of male contestants on American Idol. (Audio Day Dream) was released on December 4, 2007 through 19 Recordings and Arista Records. Billboard 200 as its highest peak position with 97,500 copies sold in its debut, and has sold over 350,000 copies.This was his first independent record and includes the single "Your Touch".
Jon Bon Jovi, the lead singer of the band who also coached the contestants that week, noted that Lewis' rendition was "rolling the dice".
He had also rearranged songs including "You Keep Me Hangin' On" and "You Give Love a Bad Name".
Although Lewis' first performance in the semi-final weeks, "Somewhere Only We Know", was pure singing and inspired judges to make comments about his contemporary vibe, his signature performance on the show was probably "You Give Love a Bad Name" by Bon Jovi.
Lewis claimed 311 as his all-time favorite band after his performance of "All Mixed Up".
Responding to a viewer question on March 13, 2007, he had also confessed his love of "underground hip hop, electronic music" such as Common Market and Panda Conspiracy, with an addition of The Mob Law, which in Lewis' opinion, "should be signed to a major label".