American Idol Full Episodes

April 21, 2011 by Post Team 

American Idol Full Episodes, There are two main ways to determine the “winners” and “losers” of American Idol Wednesday night “Songs from the Century 21″ telecast, focus exclusively on the song – an outdated approach that would be laughing Nigel Lythgoe in your tea post-show and pastries (because you know exactly how to get your snack.) Or, in contrast, are obsessed with the strange details of the episode of 90 minutes, as well as the hidden subtext of “criticism, handmade edition of the contestants the judges interview package prior to execution, and other miscellaneous details (options regrettable say, Scotty McCreery costume, or lack of restraining order Casey Abrams commanded to keep at least 50 feet away from Jennifer Lopez for the rest of the season 10).

If you’re like me, there is more than enough drama in the musical performances, and more than enough enthusiasm in supporting one or two horses in the race to find the next viable country hitmaker. But that does not mean that it is endlessly fascinating to study the genius of evil / manipulative Idol Machinery. Watch the night portraits of the other seven participants: Lauren Alaina’s just a girl standing in front of a mirror in the bedroom (and her hair brush as a microphone), asking the United States for love. Stefano Langone, meanwhile, is ready to skip the Idol summer tour for a season in ABC’s Bachelor Pad. Haley is “good, but…” while Casey is Mark Ballas’ favorite contestant, has soft lips to be received at the court of J. Lo ‘s face glowing, and has achieved a “cult hero” status that makes shooting Steven Tyler f-bombs his muzzle.

Actually, you know what? I cannot cope with Aerosmith frontman and his mark not to criticize babbling again. And so for the rest of this summary – and who knows, maybe for the rest of the season – I will not make further mention of him. ? In fact, we fast-forward past all ridiculata unseemly – Jimmy Iovine in a small jacket, red leather, and season 10 finalists booted s death duel vocal on “So What?” (Spoiler alert: Only Pia survived), and some joker cupboard little Lauren clothing department resemble the style of the season eight semifinalists Kristen McNamara challenged (during his mansion Idol “sing-off against Korbee Jenn) – and get right to it counts. No, Uncle Nigel, not this week’s Ford Music Video, I’m talking about the music itself.

Alaina Lauren: Sara Evans’ Born to Fly ”
I loved Jimmy revisionist history that Lauren was doing a favor last week to announce the United States was best popular singer Miley Cyrus, before playing the clip to an audience of million again this week. Hey, here’s an idea, we will choose the entry of the shooting of Lauren falling down the stairs, too! Ugh. The strange thing is, I think Nigel and Jimmy and everyone in the universe Idol/Fremantle/19 is trying to create a story arc of this courageous small-town girl with big dreams and even bigger voice than his insecurities and flowers in a powerful-Kelly Clarkson Carrie Underwood hybrid that bridges the music industry. Or something like “triumph of human spirit” scenario. But Lauren continues to frustrate the wishes of sand and sold out-register dreams uninspired song choices and performance-not fully committed. J. It is just that Laura has a “special voice with lots of color,” but now that is buried beneath 20 pounds of makeup, a whole series of adolescent insecurities, and some confusing advice from the panel of judges. “Challenge yourself, Laura!” Randy shouted, acting as if he said anything of that nature in the last seven weeks of competition. J. I want her to stand in a closet or a shower and a scream and belt and go for big notes. Wait; do not tell that she touched a lot of them in “The Climb” and “Candle in the Wind” and “You Keep Me hangin’On”? That’s the problem with judging inconsistent this season: young people like her, Lauren has been in desperate need of constructive feedback to help them reach their potential. But with only five episodes of season performance, I worry that, even if, in fact, she is “born to fly,” she did not have time to leave the land.

Degrees tonight
James Durbin: B +
Haley Reinhart: B +
Scotty McCreery: B-
Stefano Langone: C +
Alaina Lauren: C +
Jacob Lusk: C-
Casey Abrams: D

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