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‘American Idol’ top 10 performance recap, rankings, poll

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This isn’t a top 10 that would be known for its soul (the them for the night). Good voices, mostly so. Stage presence and heart? Not so much.

Fortunately, Lee DeWyze gave a brilliant vocal and salvaged another so-so night. He was by far the best. Biggest disappointment: Siobhan Magnus.

The bottom three? Tim Urban again, of course. He earned it with a lounge singer take on Anita Baker with all the soul of Carrot Top. Siobhan earned it, too. She has been a favorite but she was godawful. Didi Benami also will likely land there as well, though I didn’t think it was quite as bad as the judges did.

The top 10 ranking: 1. Lee 2. Andrew 3. Crystal 4. Casey 5. Michael 6. Didi 7. Tim 8. Siobhan 9. Katie 10. Aaron

I found Katie and Aaron kind of boring and lacking connection with their songs. Youth did not prevail in either case. But I suspect they’ll both be safe.

For folks looking for modernity, there wasn’t much. Only two singers picked relatively recent songs. Guest mentor Usher brought some good advice at times but wasn’t always followed. (See Aaron.)

first up: Siobhan Magnus (”Through the Fire” Chaka Khan) – She missed notes, didn’t sound like she was really in command. She then threw off a few big screams – again. Stop it!
Randy: “It was a little all over the place for me.”
Ellen: “To start off the night with you is like the dessert before the meal. But it wasn’t your best performance.”
Kara: “Your lower register wasn’t strong enough. Every artist is entitled to an off night.”
Simon: “It sounded to me as if you’d run a marathon and singing while you were running.”

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second up: Casey James (”Hold On, I’m Coming,” Sam & Dave) – He’s still a bit lethargic on stage for my taste but for Casey, this was a relatively good performance.
Randy: “This was another hot night for you. You stayed in your element.”
Ellen: “You’re consistent. You’re always good. It felt a little generic.”
Kara: “I think you have more range in you.”
Simon: “It was strongest night so far.”

third up: Michael Lynche (”Ready For Love” India Arie) – A little on the dull side but he does get into a genuine emotional place.
Randy: “Very sensitive song. You’re in the zone.”
Ellen: “That was beautiful.”
Kara: “I never heard that song. You did an incredible job with it.”
Simon: “The first time since I’ve seen the live shows that I can take you seriously as an artist. What you demonstrated tonight between being original, having a moment and being a silly little karaoke singer. You did a terrific job. I believed that performance.”

fourth up: Didi Benami (”What Becomes Of the Broken Hearted” – Jimmy Ruffin) – I find her pronunciation of words amusing, almost lisping e.g. “bwoken.” She was messing around with the melody. I didn’t think it was that bad because it was heartfelt.
Randy: “It flatlined for me.”
Ellen: “It was dramatic. I love your voice. I thought that was way dramatic.”
Kara: “It’s over done girl. This is confusing. I don’t know who you are. I’m very puzzled.”
Simon: “It was like swimming in jelly. It was so over the top. so old fashioned, so off melody. That song is actually an incredible song and has a great climax. It just didn’t do it.”

fifth up: Tim Urban (”Sweet Love” Anita Baker) – Vocally, he was in tune. Otherwise, he seemed to be doing it in an oddly cheesy way. Vote For the Worst must be in heaven!
Randy: “It had no swag. There was no vibrato in love. Put a little grease on it. It fell flat for me.”
Ellen: “There’s a drinking game every time I call you adorable. So I’m calling you adorable… That is a tough song to sing. You were mostly in key but the way you were walking like sneaking into a bedroom. We can see you.”
Kara: “Broadway times Vegas. You took the soul out of the song.”
Simon: “Like a mouse picking a fight with an elephant. It doesn’t matter. The audience will vote for you. So you’ll be back next week. Well done.”

Sixth up: Andrew Garcia (”Forever” Chris Brown) – He’s been flatlining himself lately. But he actually gave a warm, crunchy granola take on this sturdy R&B pop song. It should save him this week. I wish he would warm up a bit on stage and really give more of himself.
Randy: “Andrew is back. I like the outfit. It’s dope you took a Chris Brown song and you turned it into your own. Your best performance for me in a long time.”
Ellen: “That was an amazing strong performance.”
Kara: “Nothing makes me happier. That was one giant leap in the right direction.”
Simon: “Miles better than what we’ve heard the last couple of weeks. The only problem I have with you as a person… you come off as very boring.”

Seventh up: Katie Stevens (”Chain of Fools” Aretha Franklin) – Textbook version of this song that any pageant singer could do. She is playing a role and it does not feel convincing at all.
Randy: One of the best vocal performances of the night. You showed you have the pipes.
Ellen: I wish the song had been a little more current.
Kara: This is one of your best vocal performances. But I agree with what she said. You have to make it young and commercial.
Simon: To compare her to Christina is crazy. It was very robotic.

Eighth up: Lee DeWyze (”Treat Her Like a Lady” Cornelius Brothers) – He’s really sounding like Dave Matthews with a smidge of Chad Kroeger. Someone also said Bruce Springsteen. He sounded better than he ever has. And he almost seems comfortable on stage. Not quite but he’s improving. And voters love that.
Randy: Best I’ve heard you in weeks. That was the bomb!
Ellen: There you go! Unbelievable performance!
Kara: You brought the song into your world. Amazing!
Simon: I’ve always believed in you. I want you to go home and watch the show back and understand this night might be the night your life changed forever.

Ninth up: Crystal Bowersox (”Midnight Train to Georgia” Gladys Knight & the Pips) – She hadn’t played piano in years and you could tell she was a bit focused on that, which might have taken away from the vocal. But I enjoyed it, especially after she left the piano and just sang. I wish she had a few more big moments at the end to really let it pop. It ended too soon.
Randy: You did that song proud. I like the way you switched it up.
Ellen: You’re always great. That was another side of you. You are in it to win it.
Kara: I’m so glad you took that risk.
Simon: Your choice of song was sensational. The vocals at time were incredible. The problem was the backing vocals made it old fashioned. You were uncomfortable with the piano and overthinking it. Do not let this process suck the identity out of you.

Pimp spot: Aaron Kelly (”Ain’t No Sunshine” Bill Withers) – He is too young for this song. He has no edge but pretends to have edge. And it doesn’t strike me as sincere or real.
Randy: It was just alright for me.
Ellen: It was a good song choice.
Kara: I liked it. I thought you could go higher.
Simon: Compared to Lee as an example, the main course, that was a little like a cupcake. I’ve heard that song so many times. It wasn’t as good as last week because you didn’t believe it as much. But you’ll be back next week.

The polling from coveritlive.com. A real split decision with Siobhan!

Crystal 75% voting for sure, 13% good, not voting; 13% wants to go home
Lee 67, 33, 0
Casey 33, 60, 7
Siobhan 24, 41,35
Andrew 17, 67, 17
Aaron 14, 43, 43
Didi 14, 29, 57
Tim 13, 13, 73
Michael 8, 77, 15
Katie 8, 62, 31

167 comments Add your comment

Raxor

March 31st, 2010
2:08 pm

JT – I do not hate Crystal at all. In fact, she has been one of my favorites. She and Aaron. Crystal is becoming more, i don’t know, desperate, or something..i guess it is the pressure from Simon. .

Deirdre

March 31st, 2010
2:08 pm

To be fair, I agree that Kara should never have complained about Tim touching the audience. Idols have been doing that for years. This was Kara’s mistake and had nothing to do with Crystal. None of the other judges agreed with Kara on this foolish statement to Tim.

Mercedes S.

March 31st, 2010
2:19 pm

Thanks for link to Michael Slezak’s review, D.! As always, he’s right on target. “Ryan Seacrest did everything but kick Didi Benami in the shins to try to activate her tearducts” – I was quite impressed with Didi’s way of refusing to let her personal tragedy turn into this season’s running Gokey drama.

Didi let it be known during the try-outs that she was doing “Idol” in rememberance of a dead friend, and maybe that’s why her performances are so awkward – she hasn’t worked through her loss yet.

Many artists have created deep, memorable work from personal tragedies. But these songs, paintings, poems, or whatever, only resonate when the loss that inspired them has helped the creator reach “the other side.”

Didi is too raw, too emotional, right now and this makes her perfomances uncontrolled and uncomfortable to watch.

Justin

March 31st, 2010
2:24 pm

I’m pretty bored and sleepy, so I’m gonna actually post my thoughts on last night.

1. Siobhan Magnus – I was disappointed with her performance. She is by far my favorite this season, and I was surprised she didn’t handle this song too well. I’ve seen her youtube videos of her in musicals – she can definitely sing and not just “scream”, so that was surprising. House of the Rising Sun??? That was great! What happened? PS: Why do the judges keep saying she screamed? Those were high notes, people. Was very amazed that they kept saying that, rather annoyed. It wasn’t screaming.

2. Casey James – Thought he did good, he has a good voice. He hasn’t really caught on for me, but I’m not really giving the guys a chance this year anyway. Good voice.

3. Michael Lynche – He did great. My favorite performance of his I think. Very personal… it just worked. He is a great singer. Interesting performance placement – on the riser behind the judges, and I liked the lighting.

4. Didi Benami – Well she looked great. I actually thought the first half of the song was pretty good, but then when she started pushing and going big, it was not… good.. her voice isn’t meant for big songs, like Kara said – Terrified type of songs is her thing (which is Katharine McPhee’s song, again).. very soft and unique, not overdone. But she pushes out these high notes and big notes and they are kinda messy. If she wants to impress the judges she has to stick to what she does best. I don’t get why she hasn’t yet learned that . . .

5. Tim Urban – Not horrible, but plain. There’s nothing to him really. He’s not a bad singer, but he’s not… I don’t know. Not really worthy of his place I think. sorry!!

6. Andrew Garcia – Andrew is better than the judges and the public make him out to be. He’s underrated. Sure he hasn’t performed to his best, but I can see who he wants to be as an artist and he sings well. He is different. He does need to get out there and be daring though. Clearly he is better than people like… Aaron, Katie, Tim, to say the least… and ok so that is not the important thing – getting to like the final 2 is important, but still he should place higher than them. Yeah.

7. Katie Stevens – Despite my love for a couple of her pre-Idol youtube videos, I have collected that she probably just isn’t as good as I thought she was. Really… she isn’t that great of a singer. Or at least she hasn’t shown it. She sang Chain of Fools and tried to be “fierce” with it, but it didn’t really work… and her vocals were very stiff. She has a stiff voice to me. Not sure I like it. She could have done things with the song, but she didn’t so it was pretty boring. And pitchy. She could have been better this season but maybe she’s just not quite ready? There’s just not a whole lot she can do with her voice.

8. Lee DeWyze – He has a really good voice. And he has potential to go far, but there are just other people I like better. There are a couple special people in the competition (hint hint, SM) and I don’t want him to take away their spot. I feel like if there will be a guy in the finals (which is likely because then the whimpering little girls will cry) then it will be Michael or Lee. As long as SM is there, all’s well.

9. Crystal Bowersox – It’s looking to be her and Lee in the finals, which is a shame, because I want Siobhan so bad. Hopefully she can pull it together. Anyway, Crystal again did very well. I’m not completely crazy about her, but she’s ok to put up with cause she doesn’t have a snarky arrogant personality and she has an interesting voice that is believable. But, again, there are just people I like better (SM). I do think she could have done more with this song.

10. Aaron Kelly – Another contestant I don’t think is very deserving of their spot on the show… he just does nothing for me. Sure he’s young, but so? That means he’s not ready if he can’t do well. He doesn’t have a bad voice, it’s just very thin and doesn’t do much. AT LEAST he is picking songs that suit his voice (sort of) so therefore not resulting in trainwreck performances. He is getting better, but still not good enough. Meh.

I guess I’m just selfish? My favorite has never won this show. That is why I think it is time for it to happen.

JTesla

March 31st, 2010
2:25 pm

Leslie: strange reason, yes, but I never said it was a good reason. There may be more deserving people across the country, but they aren’t in the competition. I refuse to compare Crystal to all the street musicians that I refuse to drop even a quarter on, because I can’t vote for those people. We have a Top 10, I’ll focus on that.

Good point regarding the double standard, but I won’t put down Crystal or Tim just because the judges are all over the place. However, I will continue to mock the judges.

Tim has personality, he knows it might buy him a few more weeks which is why he can ignore the judges. Thankfully, Crystal is finally starting to show some personality, because between her and Katie I just couldn’t take it. Personality is the only thing that has kept me interested in Kim Jong-il, so personality does come into play especially in Idol.

Mercedes S.

March 31st, 2010
2:25 pm

Um, who is “Gladys”?

Leslie

March 31st, 2010
2:33 pm

Fair enough everyone. It’s not her fault the judges make such a big deal out of her. I’m beginning to wonder though how much Simon Fuller comes into play as to who wins. If you remember during Top 24, Simon Cowart actually criticized Crystal on her performance. The next thing we know he does a 180 saying he re-watched and owed her an apology. Since Simon Fuller is bankrolling this little gig, he may be pulling the strings behind the show and asking the judges to pimp certain ones. Just a possible theory.

Deirdre

March 31st, 2010
2:34 pm

Gladys Knight…originator of Midnight Train.

Why is it that when people get mad at the judges, they put the blame on the singer? So you don’t like the judges’ inconsistency? Why is that Crystal’s fault?

So you punish the judges by not voting for their favorite singer? Even if that particular singer actually IS the best? Isn’t that like cutting off your nose to spite your face?

So Crystal gets punished because it indirectly punishes the judges? GROW UP PEOPLE!

JTesla

March 31st, 2010
2:34 pm

Gladys Knight

Deirdre

March 31st, 2010
2:36 pm

Leslie…Idol doesn’t care who wins.

The judges have NO stake in the winner.

The Idol organization has a stake in EVERY contestant so it makes no difference to them who wins.

Seriously! NO DIFFERENCE. They’re going to make money on their favorite whether their favorite wins or not.

melissa's mom

March 31st, 2010
2:36 pm

Usher was great as a mentor. Even my husband liked him, except he kept calling him Ludicris by mistake. My husband’s not up on the hip hop.

eagle

March 31st, 2010
2:37 pm

Mercedes, she’s the original singer with the Pips who sang Midnight Train to Georgia. I’m still a Tim fan and think he shows alot of personality. I love his smile and his attitude. He never gets angry or upset. He’s a funny, likeable kid. There have been alot of cheese acts over the years. People still bring up Ace and Constantine. Tim surely isn’t the worst cheese we’ve seen on Idol…he’s just THIS year’s cheese. :-) JMO.

Mike $

March 31st, 2010
2:40 pm

now now leslie that is not quite true — it would greatly depend on the location on stage, the color and the consistancy of the poop before the judges would praise it. It also will depend greatly on the performance — I am sure an “oops I dropped a doodie” quick squirt would be roundly criticized by the judges, as would an all out full on Gur-bustingGrunt-a-thon. One must be very careful when grading stage poop.

JTesla

March 31st, 2010
2:42 pm

Eagle, “THIS year’s cheese” classic. Now we just need to get Rodney to start referring to Tim simply as This Years Cheese.

Mike $

March 31st, 2010
2:50 pm

That’s Bobby Sherman Cheese mister!

RxDawg

March 31st, 2010
2:50 pm

I wasn’t going to say it, but the accountant did “I think she was flat out lying to say she hasn’t “played the piano” in years”

The piano is difficult, she played it very smooth. A little too smooth to not have some kind of heavy background in it.

by the way, ugaacountant have you seen the movie “The Accountant”? It’s a short Indie film (bout 45min or so). It’s hillarious, but very very dark. You really should check it out.

Mercedes S.

March 31st, 2010
2:52 pm

Thanks all., for filling in my blanks… of course I know who the Pips Lady is.. don’t see the big deal, then.

Deirdre

March 31st, 2010
2:54 pm

Tim’s not cheesy. Tim’s not anything! This year’s zero!

RxDawg…..my kid hasn’t played the piano in 10 years but this Christmas played a perfect version of Deck the Halls. We’re still trying to figure out how he did it. He says “muscle memory”. His fingers just went where they were used to going.

Nutmeg?

March 31st, 2010
3:03 pm

Just had a lengthy comment get trapped in the zone, but wanted to get this through: as a pianist with 30+ years of experience, I believe Crystal when she said she hasn’t played it in years. Difficulty level was almost nil.

RxDawg

March 31st, 2010
3:05 pm

I used to play the keys quite a bit myself. I can sit down and wing it still, but after about 2mins the muscles in my forearms begin to throb with pain.

Nut, your probably right that what she played wasn’t very difficult.

Deirdre

March 31st, 2010
3:08 pm

And she only played for what? About 30 seconds?

eagle

March 31st, 2010
3:09 pm

Mike S that was too funny!!! Thank you for that enlightening poop dissertation! Deirdre, as for fingers going where they were used to going, that makes sense. Anyone who learned how to type on the Selectrics remembers correct placement of fingers. I don’t even know if they teach typing classes anymore. Some of us oldies will remember having our instructor tell us to place our fingers on the home keys and hit s, return, s, return, s, return…over and over for each and every key on the board! I’m sure it’s the same with piano in a way.

JTesla, I like that one…THIS YEARS CHEESE..someone should probably go back each season and identify those title holders.

Deirdre

March 31st, 2010
3:13 pm

Leslie…I did not direct my 2:34pm rant at you. That was just a general “don’t blame a singer for the mistakes of the judges” rant.

Sorry for the crankiness everyone….the wedding is 18 days away and I’ve hit a wall.

Nutmeg?

March 31st, 2010
3:14 pm

Maybe a minute, Deirdre–and look at the death stare she was giving to her hands while she played. It was still fabulous to me vocally, but I was amused. RxDawg–I have a form of arthritis, and piano is a double-edged sword: it still hurts, but it also keeps my hands much more limber than they’d be otherwise.

Nutmeg?

March 31st, 2010
3:16 pm

Melissa’s Mom–are you sure your husband wasn’t just saying Usher *was* ludicrous? (Kidding, of course). He did a decent job, though the opening segment made me think he was going to be more deeply critical. I want somebody to go mentor them like Sharon Osborne or something–someone who is going to tell the mediocre contestants that they’re mediocre but they could improve if they do X. Agree that he got through to Andrew, though.

ugaaccountant

March 31st, 2010
3:40 pm

That’s true, she didn’t play anything difficult last night on piano. So that could have been practiced up quickly. I just have learned not to take AI at it’s word on stuff that can be “interpreted” a little differently and change the meaning.

Like didn’t Didi’s friend die years ago? I think they even said it originally, but most people don’t remember these details very long, just the overall saying.

And they haven’t been saying “tonight’s bottom 2 vote getters are x & Y, who’s going home”. I’m not sure they’ve been paring the bottom 2 every time, as they seem to have gone to the dramatic pairing several times. Like when they implied Casey was in danger, come on.

ugaaccountant

March 31st, 2010
3:41 pm

Did anyone else notice that Usher’s mentoring was nearly identical to Miley’s? Same type comments pretty much for everyone.

Mercedes S.

March 31st, 2010
4:08 pm

Ugaacct… “same type comments pretty much for everyone”… just like horoscopes.

Simon Says

March 31st, 2010
4:55 pm

Did anyone else notice that Usher’s mentoring was nearly identical to Miley’s? Same type comments pretty much for everyone.

Yea, but I would say Miley was better, Usher is just flat out naturally talented, you can’t teach what he has. Miley on the other hand is not as talented but very successful, she has to learn more and prob knows more tricks to the trade to make yourself look better.

I want to see follow mentor/themes
Prince – Sing any song from his paisley production years, Prince, Shelia-E, Morris Day, stuff
Alt/Grunge – Sing any song from 90’s 2000’s grunge era, PearlJam, REM, Nirvana, STP Hootie and blow fish stuff

Simon vs Kara Night – He picks one song, she pick one song for each artist. Randy judges what song they did better at, see what judge can pick best song for the contestent.

Rickster

March 31st, 2010
4:55 pm

I hope everyone has a good evening. I’ll check in tomorrow morning to see who got voted off. My predicted reaction? “I’m not surprised.”

Unless Tim Urban gets voted off. :shock:

Rickster

March 31st, 2010
4:59 pm

In the words of the late great Skip Caray, “So long, everybody.”

Rickster

March 31st, 2010
5:04 pm

Highlander

March 31st, 2010
5:53 pm

Thanks for the link, Rickster!

Usher was definitely not as critical as he first stated he was going to be, but he still did a good job. And, as usual, the advice went right through some contestant’s ears!

Mercedes S.

March 31st, 2010
6:19 pm

Off to Savannah; reading the comments here later will be almost as good as watching the show!

eagle

March 31st, 2010
6:45 pm

Simon Says…I like your suggestion. Who DOESN’T like the Purple One. I still listen to the Purple Rain album over and over. And grunge was absolutely brilliant….akin to the 60’s hippie/psychedelic movement – grunge was relevant to the decade we lived in. So many unbelievable music came out of Seattle early 90’s and that would be a spectacular theme week.

eagle

March 31st, 2010
6:52 pm

Simon…I just noticed your list…Hootie was NEVER grunge…wasn’t a big fan of theirs but they were considered pop.

eagle

March 31st, 2010
6:55 pm

hmmmm….someone is upset.

eagle

March 31st, 2010
6:58 pm

Rickster, I don’t think Tim will get voted off yet. I may be the only one here in the blog who thinks so, but I think he’s entertaining. And I’m no spring chicken so it’s not just the tweeners keeping him around.

Nana

March 31st, 2010
6:58 pm

Harm, I thought about you last night while I was in Villa Rica. Hope your wrist is doing much better.

Can anyone tell me who was sent home last night on DWTS?

linny ,,,=^..^=,,,

March 31st, 2010
6:59 pm

LOL, well, i’m not a huge prince fan, eagle, so i guess i’m the “exception to the rule” this time out. and the references to the hippie chick (crystal) make me laugh. having been part of that time, it’s fun to see what people assume hippie chicks are like! i agree about the greeting to Gladys, it was a little dig at Randy more than name dropping on her own part.

i think Lee’s going to do quite well if he keeps his confidence up. i love his look and his voice!

sorry i couldn’t stay with you guys last night… but at least we got the truck outa the shop!

Nana! so good to see you around lady! and so so happy to hear all the good g’grands news!!!

here’s hoping tim gets the ouster but not counting on it at all. Didi probably will go.

linny ,,,=^..^=,,,

March 31st, 2010
7:09 pm

mercedes, did you ever scoop on Clash of the Titans? kids want us to go as a fambly to see it, wondering if the 3d is worth it?

linny ,,,=^..^=,,,

March 31st, 2010
7:15 pm

reported. unnecessary. mean-spirited. obnoxious. and talk about boring!

linny ,,,=^..^=,,,

March 31st, 2010
7:20 pm

thanks, team. you’re the best!

linny ,,,=^..^=,,,

March 31st, 2010
7:24 pm

(no, i’m not going crazy….someone had made a particularly mean-spirited comment to a denizen of the blog….so i took JT’s advice, followd Rx’s lead, and reported it! and VOILA! it’s now gone!) :twisted:

Deirdre

March 31st, 2010
7:25 pm

Nana, Shannen Doherty got the boot on DWTS. Don’t ask me why…she wasn’t very good but the astronaut and Kate +8 are both horrible.

Deirdre

March 31st, 2010
7:26 pm

That idiot has been after one of us all day. I hope they block him/her!

linny ,,,=^..^=,,,

March 31st, 2010
7:27 pm

At least Buzz Aldrin has personality and is a bit of an American Culture hero. Kate, no matter what she is, is just …. well, i’ll be nice. (hand over mouth) i do NOT like her. Deirdre, that was funny, i’m watching the results DWTS show, and JUST as they announced the one leaving on my DVR, YOU posted it!!!! how’s that for timing??? :shock:

linny ,,,=^..^=,,,

March 31st, 2010
7:29 pm

i wondered, D, if it might be the same person, of course, i never saw the other “reported” comments at all, with my banned-at-the-office situation *grumble*

Deirdre

March 31st, 2010
7:30 pm

The one good thing about last night’s DWTS was Kate’s partner not putting up with her crap. Jon should watch and see how it’s done. ;-)

Deirdre

March 31st, 2010
7:31 pm

I didn’t see any of the comments either. But JT filled me in. Meet me on email.

linny ,,,=^..^=,,,

March 31st, 2010
7:37 pm

i just wish Kate had gone. she’s wooden, clumsy, not very attractive imho, and anyone who would do to her children what she’s done (not talking about divorce, talking about the tv “reality” BS) well….. (slapping hand over mouth AGAIN), guess you can figure out a bit of how i feel, eh?

Deirdre

March 31st, 2010
7:40 pm

She’s a piece of work alright! Not my favorite person either. And man! She Cannot dance!

linny ,,,=^..^=,,,

March 31st, 2010
7:41 pm

:lol: amen and AMEN!

linny ,,,=^..^=,,,

March 31st, 2010
7:41 pm

hmmmm i wonder :angel:

linny ,,,=^..^=,,,

March 31st, 2010
7:41 pm

hmmmm how about

:halo:

linny ,,,=^..^=,,,

March 31st, 2010
7:42 pm

Deirdre

March 31st, 2010
7:52 pm

Deirdre

March 31st, 2010
7:52 pm

I thought that might work.

eagle

March 31st, 2010
7:55 pm

I can’t believe Kate Gosselin didn’t get the boot either. One of the worst dancers we’ve seen but it IS vote for your favorite. Go figure. Didn’t know Kate had that many fans.

linny ,,,=^..^=,,,

March 31st, 2010
7:56 pm

am trying to catch up on Lost right now… funny to see the scene

linny ,,,=^..^=,,,

March 31st, 2010
7:56 pm

lol eagle, that would be my question too….just how many “fans” could she have?!?!

linny ,,,=^..^=,,,

March 31st, 2010
7:59 pm

oh, lol, i didn’t finish my sentence! got interrupted….Jin and whatshername in the hotel, NOT married….that was funny

Deirdre

March 31st, 2010
7:59 pm

Lost is beyond excellent this year. Sad to see it go but happy they made the decision to end it after a certain number of seasons.

Deirdre

March 31st, 2010
8:00 pm

Not so funny later in the episode linny. Sun and Jin

Quick Rick

March 31st, 2010
10:45 pm

Usher and Miley both need to be told not to chew gum on camera. It looks tacky. Also, Usher needs to take off his sunglasses while inside. Nothing screams @$$hole worse than that.

Simon Says

April 1st, 2010
11:17 am

Eagle – not sure why I put Hootie in the list other then they were same era and people would know them, more main stream songs.

Would be funny to see someone have to Sing Smashing Pumpkins, wow.

Kimberlee

April 7th, 2010
11:58 pm

Top Four for me.

* Crystal- would buy her CD if it came out tomorrow. I think I would like the music she would put out.
* Lee- would buy his CD if it came out tomorrow too, LOVE his voice.
* Casey- love the jams and the voice.
* Siobohan- like her voice and goofy personality

Katie- nice voice, kinda fake though.
Andrew- I really liked him in the beginning but..not so much anymore.
Mike- I just don’t get into his singing but seems fun to hang with. Didn’t like that they saved him but it doesn’t matter because he won’t win.
Aaron- love the country twang but I can listen to Rascel Flats and get the same thing
Tim- My 15 year old and her friends love him but he’s just not a good performer, maybe in a few years.