American Idol Eliminations
April 1, 2011 by Post Team
American Idol Eliminations, Last nighth on American Idol, Naima and Thia was a victim of the dreaded double elimination. View photos from the episode below! Emmy Award-winning American Idol is created and produced by Simon Fuller, founder, 19 Entertainment, a Division of CKX, Inc., and executive produced by Cecile Frot-Coutaz, CEO FremantleMedia North America, Inc., Ken Warwick, North America Executive Producer, FremantleMedia, Inc., and Nigel Lythgoe, President, Big Red 2 Entertainment.
Among the many American Idol finalists and winners to appear on the Broadway stage are Fantasia, Justin Guarini, Jordin Sparks, Diana DeGarmo, Ace Young, Tamyra Gray, Constantine Maroulis, Frenchie Davis, Clay Aiken and Taylor Hicks.
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The countdown to the elimination of Christmas begins with the removal of the group numbers, for one episode anyway. The clumsiness of standard opening group is reduced to two awkward, like Lauren and Scotty singing a duet. Since Scotty is involved, it’s a country song. Am I crazy or was there a moment on Idol this show that children sing songs outside their own favorite genre? This song any given country is called “I Told You So”, and it is so boring that it receives a standing ovation from judges. If I were the other candidates and I saw everyone standing for that, I think tonight will be caaaaake. Okay, the show was to start somehow, and now he has, Ryan asked that the lights be dimmed. This convention is so stupid. Just dim the lights. Why does he need to give the “official” reference? Is it friendly or something? This is not to present a war widow with a folded flag. When the lights come back up, Lauren and Scotty are safe – boring.
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