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It was then that Seacrest added that the network was sending both Hutchinson and Poppe for a vacation in Hawaii.The couple would enjoy a luxurious Disney-themed experience at Aulani resort. If you remember, Caleb revealed they were dating just moments before her big win on the AI stage.In a recent Q&A on her Instagram Stories with fans, Maddie shared that she would "100% marry him yesterday, if I could." "Never met anyone who made me so happy, and truly cared about every fiber of my being so much.” Hutchinson took to the mic to tell the world “Maddie’s, like, my best pal, and I’ve known her since the beginning of Hollywood week, and she actually happens to be my girlfriend.” spoke with each contestant after the show and asked how they kept the relationship under wraps for so long.Hutchinson replied, “It was one of those things where I didn’t really want it to affect anything, and I didn’t want to exploit my feelings for her ‘cause they’re very, very real.
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That’s why it was so great that there was no real loser on the season finale of last night, when, in a moment that couldn’t have been scripted better, the top two contestants revealed they’ve secretly been dating since nearly the start of the show.
Just prior to crowning the new idol (Maddie Poppe), the final two contestants Caleb Lee Hutchinson and Poppe teamed up for a duet of “Somewhere Over the Rainbow/What a Wonderful World.” While introducing the song, Ryan Seacrest posed a question. “I’m just wondering, is there a special significance to the song, Caleb, when you sing it with Maddie?
Hutchinson said he has no hard feelings over losing to Poppe.
“When I looked over at Maddie, I was like, ‘I win either way.’ I really do. I’m just so happy for her.” Aww, you’re a good man, Caleb! Congrats to Poppe and best wishes to the happy couple on their made-for-TV romance.