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‘American Idol’ top 6 performance recap: the show must go on!

Who did you like the most tonight? (pick up to three)

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AMERICAN IDOL: Elise Testone performs on AMERICAN IDOL airing Wednesday, April 25 (8:00-10:00 PM ET/PT) on FOX. CR: Michael Becker / FOX.

AMERICAN IDOL: Elise Testone performs on AMERICAN IDOL airing Wednesday, April 25 (8:00-10:00 PM ET/PT) on FOX. CR: Michael Becker / FOX.

Ryan Seacrest almost skipped his very first “Idol” hosting night due to illness. But he hung in there and though he looked a little rough, was a typical pro.

This is arguably the most evenly matched final six in the history of  “Idol.” When I asked the live bloggers who will go home tonight, it was split among all six contestants. I’ve never seen that before.

Overall, this was a curious night. I really enjoyed the Queen covers, perhaps because I absolutely love Queen songs period. The “personal choice” picks were more eclectic and not necessarily more successful though you have to give several of the singers credit for being gutsy and going for unfamiliar tunes. I do find it annoying that the songs are truncated so much and the judges’ (usually useless) commentary so long.

So I have no idea who is going home tomorrow. None. Zip. Nada.

Who do you think will go home Thursday night?

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I will just throw out an almost random bottom three because I’m not sure who will be there and given what happened the last two weeks, nobody knows. I think Phil Phillips made a mistake doing an obscure Dave Matthews song so I think he’ll make his first entry into the bottom three.  I am not sure Joshua Ledet’s dull cover of india.arie would draw enough votes either. He’ll join Phil. I am flummoxed which female will join them.

Two weeks ago, Jessica Sanchez had the fewest votes. Her fans last week ensured that would not happen but can they keep her up this time around? Elise Testone and Hollie Cavanagh have skated near the bottom for weeks. I cannot tell who might end up with the fewest votes tomorrow.  I think only Skylar Laine is safe and even that, I’m not saying is a sure thing.  Sigh. Okay, I will say Hollie will end up in the bottom three and Joshua will go home.  I have to pick somebody.

- Jessica’s “Bohemian Rhapsody” – She took on a very difficult song that is six minutes long and was trimmed to less than one-third its normal length. Constantine Maroulis, Michael Johns and Kellie Pickler have also tackled this song. While I’m usually not a fan of hers, I thought she did a solid job given the limitations, even during the heavier rock portion. Grade: A-minus

- Skylar’s “The Show Must Go On”  – She captured the drama and nuance of Freddie Mercury’s classic, providing an impressive amount of control and maturity.  Grade: A

- Joshua’s “Crazy Little Thing Called Love” – He gives this his patented gospel twist while keeping it loose and fun.  I enjoyed it, even when he starts screaming a bit. Grade: B-plus

- Elise’s “I Want It All”- She seldom excited me. This was a good rendition but didn’t rivet me, though I did enjoy the use of the tambourine. Grade: B-plus.

- Phillip’s “Fat Bottomed Girls”- He lacks the power in his voice to match the chorus but he stayed in key and showed off his impish side with a very impish song.  Grade: B-plus

- Hollie’s “Save Me” – The judges were too rough on her, especially ramblin’ J. Lo. I thought she brought grace, power and confidence to this anthemic Queen classic. I thought she really encapsulated the words. Grade: A

- Jessica’s “Dance With My Father” (Luther Vandross) – This sentimental ode to Vandross’ late father is an odd pick, only because Jessica’s dad is still alive, just going off to Singapore as a military man. As usual, it’s pitch perfect but I didn’t quite buy it. And that wind machine was distracting. Grade: B-plus/B

- Skylar’s “Tattoos on this Town” (Jason Aldean) – She upped the twang to 11 on a so-so Aldean song. Great last note. But unlike a tattoo, this one left no permanent impression on me. Grade: B-plus

- Joshua’s “Ready For Love” (india.arie) This isn’t a case of Joshua himself and his vocals. They were fine. The melody-challenged song itself was a snooze. Yet he gets another standing ovation. Go figure! Grade: B-minus

- Elise’s “Bold as Love” (Jimi Hendrix) – My classic rock canon isn’t quite as great as Elise’s. She seemed stunned when Steven Tyler said this was not a familiar song. This rendition seemed very fussy. She seemed to be “showing off” her vocal skills more than properly interpreting the song. Is she confident or arrogant? Grade: B

- Phil’s “The Stone” (Dave Matthews Band) – I don’t generally like Dave Matthews. This is not one of his big hits and it feels kind of shapeless, even if it has some dramatic elements. I’m not sure it was smart for him to sing Matthews and remind people he is aping the guy. Grade: B

- Hollie’s “The Climb” (Miley Cyrus) This was a low-risk pick on Hollie’s part because she sang it for her audition. But unlike Joshua, Elise and Phil, she picked a familiar song and it works. She hits it on the mark. Grade: A-minus

Cover it Live polls

I suspect contingents of Jessica and Hollie fans invaded the live blog and the Joshua fans were nowhere to be found!

% who loved it, % who liked it but not voting, % who didn’t like it

Jessica’s song #1 56% 14% 30%

Hollie song #2 51% 22% 26%

Hollie song #1 50%, 18%, 32%

Jessica song #2 48% 24% 27%

Elise’s song #1 41%, 21% 38%

Phil song #1 39%, 31%, 40%

Phil’s song #2 32%, 20% 48%

Skylar’s song #1 29% 26% 44%

Elise’s song #2 21% 35% 44%

Joshua’s song #2 14%, 13%, 73%

Joshua’s song #1 11%, 20% 69%

(I forgot to post a poll for Skylar’s song #2)

Who do you think will go home? (proof that there is zero consensus!)

Skylar: 17%

Phillip: 15%

Hollie: 14%

Joshua: 17%

Elise: 21%

Jessica: 17%

Favorite tonight:

Phillip 10%

Elise 11%

Jessica 40%

Skylar 12%

Hollie 28%

Joshua 1%

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264 comments Add your comment

Deirdre

April 25th, 2012
10:40 pm

1. Jessica. Her Bohemian Rhapsody was so-so but her Dance With My Father was heartbreakingly beautiful.

2. Joshua. Like his Crazy Little Thing Called Love and LOVED his second song

3. Phil. Fat bottomed Girls was a hoot and even though I don’t like that Dave Matthews song, Phil’s version was kind of haunting.

4. Elise. She nailed her Queen song but I didn’t like the Hendrix song.

5. Skylar. The girl can sing. The Queen song was good. Her Aldean song was way too country for me.

6. Hollie. Despite the complaints, the judges could not ignore the sour notes Hollie hit during her Queen song and shouldn’t ignore them. They were right this time. Her second song was very good. She’s just not in the same class as the rest of the singers. imo

craigger

April 25th, 2012
11:00 pm

Way to go Phil! That was the worst choice of a dmb song for this type of show even though it is one of the best dmb songs ever written. It was a big FU to “mainstream”!

Carrie

April 25th, 2012
11:06 pm

I never even attempt to guess at the results since the viewers have a completely different take than the judges in many of the performances. I just never can understand why there can’t be a little bit of brutal honesty based on the live performances…way too many of the judges comments seem to be based on dress rehearsals and predetermined ahead of the actual performance OR perhaps I am just tone deaf. Randy for instance complimented Phil for being an artist BUT never critiqued his performance of the Dave Matthews number…”false-positive”….he never said he even liked it.

JERRY

April 25th, 2012
11:12 pm

no big brainer here, been telling you since the final 12 that jessica, (judges favorite) will win this season….

Morgan

April 25th, 2012
11:21 pm

Its a two horse race. Jessica and skylar. Skylar is much more polished and should win. Both are talented and excellent!

Norman "Tom" Morin

April 25th, 2012
11:26 pm

All six contestants are definatly going to end up as professional intertainers, but my vote tonite is Holly to stay in, and Philip to be voted out tomorrow!

Seth T

April 25th, 2012
11:37 pm

It’s safe to say that it will be a girl leaving tomorrow night. With Colton gone, that almost assures that both guys will be safe.

If it was another “shocker” for some, it would be Joshua, as the poll abave reflects. But I doubt that he will be at-risk.

As mentioned in Rodney’s review, Elise and Hollie have been in the bottom 3 the most, and logic would say that one of them will exit – if Jessica’s fans can keep-up the strong rally they had to raise her back to contention from the Idol surprise elim/save.

People are now rallying-around their fav, and wondering why some others are deaf and can’t see or hear the amazing talent their favorite displays. But, It’s getting more toward the “personality” and identification with the artist’s “style” and “music taste”, than it is for technically correct, perfect pitch singing now.

At least our votes count this week again – what happened last week when the votes actually counted, caused a surprise elimination. But now reality has returned, and either Hollie or Elise are most probable to go home and wait for the tour.

If Skylar went, it would be a mild surprise. If it was Jessica, we couldn’t call it a surprise, since she almost went before. I wonder if they will just use a bottom 2 now, since that’s 1/3 of the field.

jamie

April 25th, 2012
11:37 pm

jessica’s second song was the best. it was hauntingly, achingly beautiful!

kris

April 25th, 2012
11:39 pm

jessica is the most versatile of them all. the one who said jessica looks like plain housekeeper. maybe you look like ape or mongo. ugly beast

Annie

April 25th, 2012
11:45 pm

They were all equally good, and everyone also had their problems. This is the most evenly matched bunch of contestants ever.

LENNY

April 25th, 2012
11:47 pm

Wanted to vote,but donot belong and don’t intend to join Face Book .
I have always watched American Idol, but can care less about Face Book.
Don’t think it’s right the way the Voting system is set up.

Jen

April 25th, 2012
11:48 pm

To quote a blogger Jessica, “rocked harder than a quarry hit with a blast of dynamite” with Bohemian Rhapsody. And dance with my father was just beautiful!

Jen

April 25th, 2012
11:50 pm

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ANJO

April 25th, 2012
11:58 pm

ELISE and SKYLAR for final 2. JOSHUA, JESSICA final 3,4

loanman225

April 26th, 2012
12:19 am

I am Joshua Ledet all the way, but Jessica really tugged at my heart with “Dance With Father.” Like the judge many of tried to sing this song, including seasoned professionals. However, sang this song better than anyone other than Luther Vandross. I never even imagined that a woman, and a very young one at that, would sing this song so hauntingly beautiful. Jessica definetely has a future.

Jon

April 26th, 2012
12:21 am

Jessica’s first performance wasn’t perfect at all as the judges made it seem, and her second while technically sound wasn’t spectacular as that song can be sung. She just doesn’t have an emotional connection in her voice.

Skylar’s first performance was shaky at the beginning but ended strong, her second was forgettable; much to genre specific for Idol.

Joshua’s first performance was technically sound, and even as a Joshua fan, I dkn’t believe it was worthy of a standing O although it was good. His second performance was perfect and without a doubt the best one of the night.

Phillip’s first performance was good, and his second was good. Not that he competition is getting smaller and tougher, it is clear that he doesn’t have the range that the other contestants have.

Elise’s first performance was worthy of what should have been one of two standing O’s. She almost ruined it by getting into the song too much, and doing to many of her funky runs, but didn’t. She missed the second one though which for her is detrimental. Definite Bottom Three.

Hollie had the weakest performances of the night, in her first performance. Her second song was safe, but good, however just as Elise she had no room for error. Bottom Three

vicky

April 26th, 2012
12:34 am

Elise could not make american idol, terrible personality. Some songs she really messes up. Should def make bottom three. Jessica did great on her second song. Joshua always good. Philip sticks around in the middle because all the songs sound alike. I enjoy Hollies singing even if it is not perfect, second song Holly really nailed. Still miss Simon, even though Randy was better tonight, JLo still loves everyone, which is so boring and Steven was a little more honest.

Jenny

April 26th, 2012
12:39 am

OK. Are y’all sitting down?

I liked Phillip singing “Fat Bottomed Girls”.

8-O

No, he didn’t win the night for me (that was Jess and Hollie) … but I liked him. Even the Dave Matthews song wasn’t bad. And I still love his personality… always have.

Skylar, on the other hand, was abysmal. She talked the Queen song instead of singing (except a few big notes)…. and then when the first line of the country song squirted straight out of her nose… uuuggggghhhhh.

What was Randy drinking out of that coke cup? She was phenomenal, all right… phenomenally NASAL. Someone get the poor girl some decongestant.

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Jenny

April 26th, 2012
12:56 am

And as far as the others – Deirdre, “heartbreakingly beautiful” was the perfect way to describe Jessica’s “Dance”. I didn’t think I liked that song, but she changed my mind. She also did a GREAT job with Bohemian Rhapsody… I loved it!

Hollie’s “The Climb” was tied for first with Jess’s two songs. I figured she’d slay that. I also guessed right on the Queen song for her, and I knew she’d sing it well too.

They’re both so strong, but different… I have them tied for first. Though Jessica maybe has the slight edge. She’s just so effortless and so polished.

Joshua’s second song comes in third for me. His first was a disaster, though. Once again, WHAT were the judges drinking?

Phil and Elise were both good, though I fear for Elise. She’s found her wheelhouse, but I’m afraid not enough people knew the Hendrix song.

And kudos to J-Lo for giving some really good, constructive comments there at the end. THAT’S what they need more of.

Jenny

April 26th, 2012
1:07 am

Actually the J-Lo comments were at the end of Queen, not the end-end. The comments she made to Hollie. Very good, I thought. :-)

bknsty14

April 26th, 2012
1:13 am

Here is my problem with Jessica’s dance with My father. I just didn’t see her connection with the song like everyone else seemed to. I lost my dad 2 1/2 years ago and every time I’ve heard that song since it’s really hit me emotionally, but when she sang it I just found myself bored by it. She just didn’t do it justice in my opinion. Jacob Lusk, Jermaine Jones…when they sang it you could see their emotional attachment to the song and that was really missing for me on this one tonight. I’ll re-watch it, but it’s by far not the best I’ve ever heard anyone do it. It sounded good technically (most of the time), but it just seems as if she’s just saying the words to the song like she’s reciting a speech.

Steve

April 26th, 2012
1:20 am

Philip needs to go. He’s a one-trick pony, and that trick isn’t very good. He has no future in this business. Elise is a bar band singer with a bad attitude who can’t figure out why the public doesn’t like her. Those two will be in the bottom 3 for sure. As for the third, I have no idea. Skylar’s Alden song was horrible. She can sing but didn’t show it there.

The person with the biggest upside in this competition is Hollie. The girl has an amazing voice but doesn’t have the stage presence yet. If she was in a recording studio and not live in front of millions of people, everyone would hear how good she is instead of hearing Randy and JLo bash her all the time. With the right singing coach and manager, she’ll be a star.

If Jessica can restrain herself like she did tonight and just sing and let her voice shine without all the needless runs, she’ll be big. Personally I’m not a fan of hers, but there’s no doubting her ability. Sometimes she feels like she has to show off her skills with every note, but as Randy pointed out tonight, when she doesn’t do that, “Yo, that was hot!!!”

Joshua is too likeable to go home yet, and he has a really nice voice. He needs someone to help him pick his songs, and he can make it to the end.

Seth T

April 26th, 2012
1:21 am

MJ’s Blog poll lists the “favorite contestants” this week as follows, at least when I seen it a bit ago:
1. Jessica
2. Hollie
3. Phillip
4. Elise
5. Joshua
6. Skylar

The top performances listed were Jessica (Dance With my Father — and Hollie (The Climb)

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Jenny

April 26th, 2012
1:25 am

Hey D, I was just reading comments from earlier, and you forgot Adam’s Bohemian Rhapsody. In his audition, so a capella… which made it even MORE impressive when he slayed it. I’d say his and Mike’s are the two best, with Jessica a close third. (Didn’t care for Constantine on the show and don’t really remember his Bo.Rhap… though did like the studio version Sam posted.)

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Jenny

April 26th, 2012
1:40 am

And guys… seriously… I love Hollie, and am the first to yell when they pick on her… but the J-Lo comments after Queen weren’t picking. She was trying to HELP. Even Hollie herself says she needs help with how to relax and forget the millions watching. She ASKED the Queen guys how to overcome it!!! (loved what they told her… to remember that the audience is on her side and wants her to do well.)

Come on guys, I know we love to bash the judges, but tonight on that song J-Lo did her job well.

JTesla

April 26th, 2012
1:48 am

I agree with Rodney, it was a curious night.

Jenny

April 26th, 2012
1:49 am

And D, “arguably the worst singer”… nope, that honor goes to Skylar.

I’m still trying to hear all these “bad notes” you keep claiming Hollie hits. ;-)

Yup, I’m quite the night-owl tonight… you’d think I live in JT’s time zone!

bknsty14

April 26th, 2012
2:02 am

Jenny – Hollie, to me, hit four bad notes in her first song. Three were really early on and after that she was actually really good til that last bad note that we all heard. Her saving grace is that none of the Queen songs really wowed anyone (except the judges). Her second performance was flawless. I just wonder why nobody really ever comments on Jessica’s flatness or her pitch problems that she puts on display roughly three times every song.

Seth T

April 26th, 2012
2:35 am

On Rickey’s poll of tonight’s performances, Skylar and Joshua were the bottom 2 also. But with only 2 guys left and the way the voting goes, I don’t see Joshua at risk at all.

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Jenny

April 26th, 2012
2:39 am

@bknsty14… I was mostly trying to kid with D cause she never misses a chance to remind us that Hollie is bad. ;-)  
(joking, D!! Said with a smile. :-) )

I don’t actually think Hollie’s ALWAYS perfect… Maybe just 95% of the time. :-)

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Richard

April 26th, 2012
5:15 am

First of all, I would like to say that this is the BEST TOP 6 in AI history. Having said that, we really have to nit pick in order to see who the best and the worst were. So, when I say the worst, it is really not Worst in the sense that they are bad in any way. It is just not up to par compared to the rest. Now, to me, the Best of the Night will go to Jessica Sanchez. First of all, it is not easy to sing the most iconic song of Queen and singing “Bohemian Rhapsody” is not an easy feat. Also, that song is a long song and to compress it in 1 1/2 min will take a little of the story telling and interpretation of the song. But, having said all that, I think that Jessica not only matched it, her vocals was splendid. If you go check the original song in youtube, you will see that there really is no super high note in that song and the rock part, I think she made it her own. I think her interpretation was pretty good and the background and the part that she rocked it was also pretty good. Now, the second song, “Dance With My Father” of Luther Vandross, was just Amazing!!! It was the Best Song of the Night!!! If there was any question of her connecting to songs, there is no question about that tonight. Also, her rendition of this song is the Best I’ve heard out there. The soft melodic tone she used and her interpretation was just fantastic. She is an artist and I am amazed how she sings and picks the biggest songs of the biggest artists in the wor

Richard

April 26th, 2012
5:26 am

Jessica picks the biggest songs of the biggest artists in the world and I like that about her. First of all, she’s got spunk to do that and at the same time taking that risk also shows how great she is as an artist. She doesn’t pick easy songs to sing and just try to be safe each week but from the beginning she’s been consistent about it. Now, the 2nd person of the night was Skylar because of her stage performance aspect. Her vocals are really not that superior, I think it’s above average and probably pretty good for a country artist but not really Awe inspiring if you no what I mean. I actually think that it’s actually an acquired taste and many people might like it or many might not like it. The twang and nasally sound that sometimes comes out could turn of many. I am not a country fan but I see her talent although, I don’t get that the judges are head over heels about her. The 3rd of the night is Joshua. He is the favorite to win this whole thing by the judges but I don’t think America is eye to eye with the judges regarding Joshua. The standing ovations in every performance can be a gag to others. Like, last week, he made a mistake at the end on the “I Believe” song of Fantasia at the end and the judges gives him a standing O again….like what? I think they do that because they no that he deserves one every week or else he would leave. Now, the 4th is Phillip. He is getting millions of votes from teen girls, mid range and older women. Although, if you really want to keep it real, he sounds the same on every single song. He uses the same notes with the same constipated look and whether he uses a guitar or not and stand in the middle every week. At some point, you a

Richard

April 26th, 2012
5:48 am

you get tired of it. Imagine having 12 to 16 songs of the same kind on the cd? I don’t know. Now, the 5th would be Elise and 6th would be Hollie but they have been inconsistent all through out.

takakupo

April 26th, 2012
6:53 am

Philip was by far the worst of the night. No tune; no melody; singing like he’s constipated? Come on.

Everyone else had really strong songs. Joshua had a beautiful India Arie number till the end; Elise hit her stride in the middle of the Hendrix ditty. Jessica really had a beautiful “Dance With my Father” and Hollie was outstanding on “The Climb”. I would look for Skylar to be in trouble though as she was the only one with two middling performances with plenty of trouble between them both. Again though, Philip is dead last. Don’t know why he gets such kid glove treatment.

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Highlander

April 26th, 2012
7:20 am

Morning!

Haven’t been around much and haven’t taken the time to read all the comments but I have some strong disagreements.

Jessica was way too “sweet” on Bohemian Rhapsody. Plus, it’s really a stupid song choice for anyone. You simply can’t do justice to a 6+ minute song in 90 seconds – no matter who you are.

Jenny, we usually agree but I can’t go with you on your comments regarding JLo’s critique of Hollie’s first song. ‘Save Me’ is a plea for love, a serious song, not a happy little ditty. JLo said she would have liked to have seen Hollie smile and enjoy herself during it. WHAT???!!! …If Hollie had done that, they would have bashed her for not ‘connecting’ to the song.

Hopefully, Jennifer will look back at the tape today and realize just how stupid (stupy!) she sounded!

Highlander

April 26th, 2012
7:27 am

I don’t really have a favorite this season. I do think PhilX2 has gone about as far as he should. The past couple weeks has shown how limited his vocals really are. A full CD of his would probably be boringly repetitious. Every track sounding so much like the last one that you’re contemplating that single-edged razor blade in the medicine cabinet.

Bev

April 26th, 2012
7:31 am

OMG ! I know dial idol is wrong some times ! but it only has Hollie safe ! I think , I NEED TO GO TO THE HOSPITAL ! LOL All the others were much better ! Dear Lord ! Let my Jess be safe !

Deirdre

April 26th, 2012
7:38 am

Morning!

Jenny: I was mostly trying to kid with D cause she never misses a chance to remind us that Hollie is bad.

What? The ONLY time I have talked about Hollie in the last 2 weeks is after a performance or if someone asks me about her. What am I supposed to do after a performance? Lie? I don’t like Hollie’s voice. Sorry! I agree with the judges. I know that makes me some kind of evil but it’s just the way it is.

Deirdre

April 26th, 2012
7:46 am

In truth, I thought there was only one person who nailed Both songs last night and that was Joshua. You may not like his style but he never falters, he never hits a bad note, he brings it to the table every time he sings.

And let’s talk about why the judges praise him every time. He is a stage performer. He moves! He emotes! And while he may be too much for the cameras, he must be a breath of fresh air to a live audience. Who else, of the other 5, puts on a show like Joshua. If we were in the audience, we’d probably stand up, too.

Deirdre

April 26th, 2012
7:53 am

That being said, my number 1 performance last night was Jessica’s Dance With My Father. The emotional depth and spot on vocals made the song stand out for me….and I’m so sick of Idol contestants singing it that I could scream. However, Jessica reminded me that it truly is a lovely song.

Johnny Fever

April 26th, 2012
8:04 am

Jessica is a robo-singer. Even her strutting seems stilted and over rehearsed. I don’t feel anything when she sings, other than fakeness.

Elise is undersold by the show. When she grabs hold of a rock song and lets go, she gives concert-quality performances…from the dancing to the banshee screams. I could see her fronting a rock band very easily after this show.

Skylar is great, but (even as country as I am) she’s starting to remind me of Pickler and I wasn’t a big fan of hers. And I do love a girl with a thick, sweet southern accent, but for some reason hers is getting on my nerves.

Hollie has about run her course. She’s gotten by on guile and had flashes of what has kept her in the race, but I still don’t see the swagger it takes to win the show from her. Really talented, but someone needs to pull her aside and make her believe it.

Joshua has a good voice and I really want to like him, but I didn’t like Fantasia and I don’t think Josh is much longer for this show.

I love Phil but think he might go the way of Daughtry, lose before the final and have the best career out of the bunch. He has great music sensability and a very unique voice.

My bottom 3 are Jessica, Joshua and Hollie. My vote would be for Jessica (but I know I’m in the minority). It’ll likely be Hollie, because I don’t think she has connected with the general AI viewer as much as Jessi and Josh. If Elise is in the bottom 3 this time around, it would be a travesty. (Yes, I’m a REALLY big Elise fan, if you can’t tell.)

JDawg

April 26th, 2012
8:12 am

I get so tired of everyone downing Hollie. I think she as good as Skylar or (BUTT UGLY) Jessica. Phillip sucked last night, but wont go home. Only by popular vote Hollie or Elise will leave.

JDawg

April 26th, 2012
8:14 am

Elise is Hot !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!