Which 'Rock Star' Rocks Hardest?

Who will win CBS’s Rock Star: Supernova and become the lead singer for the new band formed with Tommy Lee, Gilby Clarke and Jason Newsted? PEOPLE spoke with the four finalists in preparation for Wednesday’s finale (8 pm ET/PT). Catch up with the wannabes, then cast your vote in our poll!



Residence: Houston by way of Johannesburg, South Africa
Nickname: Goes just by “Dilana”
High point: Limping and dancing through her cover of the Who’s “Behind Blue Eyes” and her own song, “Supersoul,” a few hours after straining her right calf muscle in practice.
Low point: As Dave Navarro put it, “bagging” on her fellow rockers during media interviews and then becoming so upset with herself that she threw a glass to the floor that shattered into Magni’s stomach and forehead.
Parting Shot:” I really think that this show has made people realize that a girl can front a rock band. It’s always been a man’s world, especially the rock scene with exceptions to the few like Joan Jett. But I’d say there really hasn’t been a real rock chick out there. I hope they pick me. If they’re smart, they will. It will be something refreshing and new and exciting.”



Residence: Toronto, Canada
Nickname: Head of the Rossi Posse
High point: Showing off all dynamic parts of his voice and stage presence with an intense cover of Radiohead’s “Creep.”
Low point: Seen trashing other rockers, especially young Dana Andrews, just after the first series of performances.
Parting Shot: “For me to even be in the band, that’s an important thing – at least I know that. If I win this thing, it’s going to be a crazy tour and the record will be awesome. Whatever suits the band at the end of the day is most important. They don’t want a karaoke singer – they want an artist. They want someone who will contribute to the band.”



Residence: Melbourne, Australia
Nickname: The Rand
High point: Calling nearly 30 girls to the stage to back him in a rousing version of Billy Idol’s “Rebel Yell,” or running around the mansion swimming pool naked in order to get his pick during song selection.
Low point: After banging on the bongos to Peter Gabriel’s “Solsbury Hill” while playing with Gilby Clarke, Dave Navarro accused Rand of reaching into the gimmick well one too many times.
Parting Shot: “I went to the Viper Room for a function for the show and my parents happened to be there, too, so my 63-year-old parents (were) at the Viper Room drinking shots with us! And my brothers are here today as well, and they say if I don’t perform well they are going to kick my a–. They’re like, ‘Dude, if you don’t rock it, we’re gonna disown you!'”



Residence: Reykjavik, Iceland
Nickname: Molten-hot Magni; Magni-ficent
High point: Stirring the audience with his acoustic performance of Live’s “When Dolphins Cry,” all while his wife and son were in the U.S. audience to see him.
Low point: His first performance of the Rolling Stones’ “Satisfaction,” when he looked lost and flailed onstage.
Parting Shot: “If (my wife and son) hadn’t shown up a month ago, I wouldn’t be here. I would have just said, screw this; I am going home. I needed them over here to get my head straight. Now everybody’s happy because it’s almost over and we see the end.”

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