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Milner granted immunity on Cover Me Canada, like everyone else

Finals only weeks away



So, Ali Milner is safe for another week. But so is everyone else on Cover Me Canada . You all can thank Paul Anka for that.

The four remaining contestants covered classic Anka songs while the man himself, was featured as a guest judge. And then he pulled a grandpa and spoiled all the youthful contestants with immunity. The studio audience erupted in ferocious applause while the confused contestants furrowed their brows and clapped awkwardly on the stage. It was a special moment.

Milner, for her part, took on Anka's "Put Your Head on My Shoulder," reworking it into a ska tune. The judges were less enthusiastic about her performance than in previous weeks but all gave their approval, with Ron Fair saying he wasn't sure about the arrangement but that she "could win this thing" if she makes the right choices over the next couple of weeks.

But it's not all up to her or to the judges. Milner fans can help secure Milner's victory by boosting her social media score. To do so, and show Whistler favourite redhead that you really do care, visit Competition is getting fierce and the show's ramping up to the finals. Get on this, Whistler.

Cover Me Canada airs on CBC at 9 p.m., Sunday