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American Idol: Bye-Bye Curly

csligh.jpgThe crowd didn't seem to appreciate Seacrest's opening ode to Sanjaya. I, on the other hand, was almost wetting myself. Maybe people don't find Sanjaya to be a joke -- for many reasons.

The Ford people were wise to use Chris Richardson as the star of their commercial. He definitely is one of the most handsome contestants. The other choice would be Blake (even though his shirt was hideous), but he probably has more weeks to star in commercials.

Phil and Haley were the first two to go to the bottom three. Seacrest said "Phil and Stacey" -- Stacey being Phil's last name. He corrected himself after the break, after he probably kicked himself for possibly proving Simon right about Haley being forgettable.

Sanjaya was not in the bottom three. I didn't see anyone slapping his hand. I wonder if the other contestants are disgusted.

Gwen Stefani (with Akon) gave the most animated performance "American Idol" has ever had. It's not my favorite song, but she had a lot going on. I felt like I was watching the Grammys.

After the safe contestants enjoyed Gwen Stefani and Akon, Chris Sligh was voted into the bottom three. I knew he was going to get some flack for his performance last night.

Phil got sent back to the bleachers with the other contestants. I know the guy is not going to win, but he did deserve to hang on for at least another week. Last night was one of his better performances, if not his best.

Chris Sligh was sent home. It is really a shame. The guy is a good singer, but has lost some of his personality over the past few weeks. I just can't believe I guessed it correctly! See you next week. -- Rachel Cericola


Posted by Rachel Cericola on March 28, 2007 9:31 PM
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I swear Sanjaya has the power to manipulate probability outcomes. OMG! I figured it out! Sanjaya has a power! Spoiler! hehe, j/k

-- 1. Posted by: Bryan at March 29, 2007 1:02 AM

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