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Wednesday, March 22, 2006
"It's a PICK-LE" AKA American Idol
Mandisa – she sang I Don't Hurt Anymore by Dinah Washington. Mandisa (I cannot approve of the Man-diva name…ew) was AMAZING last night. I love that she’s so comfortable in her skin. She looked gorgeous.

Bucky – he sang Oh Boy by Buddy Holly. Oh lordy. Bucky needs to go. He’s just awful. And his hair really is NO better than last week. Sandwiched in-between Paris and Mandisa only made it worse.

Paris –she sang Fever by Peggy Lee. my god this girl can sing. I can’t believe how young she is.

Chris – he sang Walk the Line by Johnny Cash. Okay, I was already in love with Chris, but deciding to sing Johnny Cash…has forever cemented my love. It wasn’t his best performance, but he’s so good every week. Love him. I worry, though, that his lack of versatility might screw him in the end.

Katharine – she sang Come Rain or Come Shine by Ella Fitzgerald. Okay…too much floppy boobage for my taste. I was slightly distracted while she was singing. Anyone else find her overly bouncy when she talks to Ryan? She totally wants him. He’s obviously who she was singing to...

Taylor – he sang Not Fade Away by Buddy Holly. Pee Wee Herman? Nope, just Taylor Hicks. Not bad. Not great.

Lisa – she sang Why Do Fool's Fall in Love by Frankie Lymon and the Teenagers. Shes goin’ down like the titanic. Poor girl has a great voice, and probably a great singing career in her future, but the girl cannot chose the right song. Ever.

Kevin – he sang When I Fall in Love by Nat King Cole. My god, his weirdness is entirely not cute. The glasses? The speech impediment? The weird faces? Get off my tv. You hear me?

Elliot – he sang Teach Me Tonight by Al Jarreau. I’m loving Elliot and I think that the stylists are trying to work with him. He looked good tonight. And sang a really hard song. And sang it well. He’s always good.

Kellie – she sang Walkin' After Midnight by Patsy Cline. seems she got a hold of Homer’s make-up gun this week. She looked WAY weird this week, but I enjoyed her song. She’s a country girl. She can sing country.

Ace – he sang The Still of the Night by The Five Satins. Um…better than last week. Still not good enough. With so many amazing singers in this competition, I’m afraid we’ll be saying goodbye to Ace sooner than I’d like. Because, damn, I sure like to look at him. Please.stop.the.falsetto.

Bottom 3: Bucky, Kevin and Lisa.
Lisa goes home.

Other notes: why does Constantine look SOOO dirty?
and why is Paula such a tool?:
"It's a singing competition."
"You just can't dance."
"It's a singing competition"

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