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American Idol: Haley's Coming Home

hscarnato.jpgTonight's group song was probably one of the best yet. However, that's like saying the last bamboo shoot up your fingernails is the least painful one. The group effort drowned out the bad singers and it actually had more Latin flavor than any of last night's performances.

To fill up the episode, Ryan plugged the Idol Gives Back campaign, and then played all man on the street to find out what some morons thought of last night's performances. The show was upped to an hour for that?

Akon was back again this week. Apparently they locked him in the men's room after his performance with Gwen Stefani. He was good, but for a "professional" performance, the stage seemed really bare, making him look like one of the contestants. Also, I wasn't sure if he got the crowd going or what. You'd think they would mic the audience if he was going to ask them to participate.

Right off the bat, Phil is the first one to be plucked from the bleachers. Sanjaya is asked to stand up and sit more than once, which was just bizarre. Haley was the next to go into the bottom three. No surprises so far. Chris was the last one to round out the trio, but apparently he wasn't a loser after all -- he got sent back to his seat.

Haley and Phil had to wait through Jennifer Lopez's performance. Do they make them stand through the entire song? It would have been awesome if J Lo and her dancers just performed around Phil and Haley.

Haley's skimpy clothes and weepiness couldn't save her for another week. At least she won't have to be lumped in with Sanjaya for the "why are they still there?" reports on my local news anymore.

For once, they didn't cut off a final performance and Haley got her swansong. Gee, lucky us. See ya'll next week for country night. -- Rachel Cericola

Posted by Rachel Cericola on April 11, 2007 10:03 PM
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wosrt thing to ever happen on idol. Now I remember why I never watch

-- 1. Posted by: timb at April 12, 2007 7:31 AM

At least Jordin's still on there.

-- 2. Posted by: Bryan at April 12, 2007 11:03 AM

I was afraid for LaKisha and a little scared for Chris and Jordin, but I knew Melinda and Blake would be safe (duh).

But Sanjaya came SO close to being in the bottom, it hurt to watch Chris taken down over him. You could feel the audience's pain, 'cause they booed their asses off.

Anyway, I think Haley knew it was her time and I respect her for taking it all in stride and not letting it bring her down. She's perseverant and with a little training could mold her voice into a powerhouse.

By the way, that would be HILARIOUS to watch the singers dance around the bottom bitches! Cruel but fascinating punishment. But no, they sit them back down in the bottom row of the couches during the performances, only to drag their asses back moments later.

I'm afraid of next week and another Mandisa fiasco =\. Haley would've succeeded THERE. She's basically Daisy Dukes, ain't she?

-- 3. Posted by: James at April 12, 2007 12:25 PM

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-- 4. Posted by: Ashley at January 31, 2013 12:35 PM

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