DialIdol.com, the website that predicted with striking accuracy which American Idol contestants were likely to get the boot, returned Tuesday, one week after charging that the show's producers, FremantleMedia, had threatened it with a lawsuit. Jim Hellriegel, who had shut down the sight and appealed for free legal representation, said that his new lawyer had assured him that Fremantle had "no case" against him. He indicated that he had removed the American Idol logo and had made "other cosmetic changes" to his website in response to Fremantle's threat "but other than that DialIdol is still the same old website."
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