Guests and Topics for May 3

Here's what is on tap for Tuesday:

"FOX & Friends First"
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What explains Jennifer Wilbanks' flight from her wedding? FOX News contributor Dr. Georgia Witkin examines the pressures that come with getting married.

"FOX & Friends"
Starts at 7 a.m. ET

Andy Ramirez, chairman of "The Friends of the Border Patrol, joins us to explain why hundreds of cops, military personnel, pilots and other volunteers are getting ready to go to Mexico's border.

Can the United Nations help secure the release of an Australian kidnapped in Iraq? We'll ask Australian Foreign Minister Alexander Downer.

Why did former Georgia Sen. Zell Miller drop his Democratic ties and rally around a Republican president? We'll ask the controversial senator.

Plus, "American Idol's" audience was stunned when Constantine Maroulis (search) was voted off the show last week. Maroulis swings by to share his "Idol" experience.

And, are you ready for a tennis block party? USTA spokesperson and tennis legend, John McEnroe (search), drops by for a quick game.

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