American Idol Recap Last Night
March 17, 2011 by Post Team
American Idol Recap Last Night, Last night, American Idol, candidates had to sing a song that was a success in the year they were born, and man oh man, there are babies in this competition. I’ll say it: those born in the 90s scare me. They are old enough to sing? The two most depressing of the night was that I realized how old I am, and lipstick Haley. We’ll get to it and totally ignore the old one, k?
We have heard too many Whitney Houston and too little Gin Blossoms, as in, how did he choose someone to sing the 90′s hit “Hey Jealousy.” Anyway, let’s review what s is passed; beginning with Paul and the frog in his throat, he was so pleased to introduce we.
Paul McDonald: Sang Elton John: “I guess that’s why they call it the Blues” and wore bolo ties. Randy has been compared to Ray LaMontagne and that’s when I fainted. A wave of disbelief and disgust ran over me and I fainted. Paul is not Ray. Paul is a whimpering, twisting, one-trick pony who needs to return to living in a loft in Brooklyn with six roommates.
Naima Adedapo: Sang “What’s Love Got to Do With It” by Tina Turner. His arrogance and kept Kid-N-Play do nothing. Finally, the judges tell her she sucks. Or in their words, it is “still under ground.” I’m sure they were embarrassed they had chosen her and they should be. This performance was hard to hear, difficult to watch, and difficult to digest. Bottom three for you.
Thia Meg? A: Blood Vanessa Williams’s song “Colors of the Wind.” Thia is leaving to take these songs? WHO. Good God that was boring. She needs to sing Adele, and stop looking so sad on stage. Sisal rugs and a dress do not help, and yes, yes, of course, she had a feather in her hair. She has such talent, but she is blowing it.
James Durbin: Blood Bon Jovi “I’ll Be There for You”. Could it be more predictable? And ugh, the tail was back. And the earring of George Michael. This kid bothers me at the highest point. Is it not really poor and trying to support his wife and children? So what with the studded leather … overshoes? Dude, sell these gifts and feed the FAM. It was after his performance that Steven Tyler drip five or six seconds of obscenity, because the sound was totally off. He must have spun a web of words that could have killed a small child if they had heard.
Speaking of judges, they had held on choice last night. Of course, my daughter J. Lo looked fabulous in her costume lion, but Randy looked like he had just shot a O-Town music video, and Steven Tyler looked like my sister was 5-years after she had found the dress-up to bin in the basement full mumus old grandmother, mink, and costume jewelry. And la-di-da, more feathers in the hair of Yankee Doodle.
Reinhart Haley: Sang “I’m Your Baby Tonight” by Whitney Houston. It was not terrible, but you know what that was … the situation of lipstick. It was all over her face and teeth. Ryan, decentest man on Earth, came with a handkerchief and some spit and Seacrest tried to help wipe on live TV. Thank you God! It’s like 20 million people see it, I’m glad someone decided to help.
Stefano Langone: Blood Harold Melvin and the Blue Notes’ If You Do not Know Me By Now “, and surprise, it was damn good. And I liked her haircut. J. Lo looked so relieved. It was one of the best performances of the night.
Pia Toscano: “Where Do Broken Hearts Go” by Whitney Houston. She is so good. It was his worst performance yet, but it still beats the others. And I loved her white jump suit and turquoise jewelry. But his name is Pia, so naturally I expect some spice in his songs, only this one type of defect.
McCreery Scotty: Blood of Travis Tritt “Can I trust you with my heart.” This guy is a great singer and he will have a career in country music, no doubt. I’m curious to see how far he gets in this competition though. When he sings, he sounds natural and the tone is very beautiful. But the best part of his performance was when they showed his baseball teammates in the audience. Put them on ice!
Karen Rodriguez: Blood Taylor Dane’s “Love you back.” I’m on it. I was once a big fan, but I do not know. It never ceases to grow in the throat she is Latina – as if it was the only thing about it. I want to know more about Karen is that she can sing in Spanish. Steven said he “loves it when she breaks into his ethnic Do-it-is-ness.” Uh, what he said.
Casey Abrams: Sang “Smells Like Teen Spirit” by Nirvana. Well, hello terrible green light and electric bass. It was nice to hear someone sing a song of the 90s that it was not from Whitney or Disney, but that was probably the only good thing about it. The judges did not really like either.
Lauren Alaina: Blood Melissa Etheridge: “I am the only one” and I loved it. Sorry, I liked. And she does not dress like a slt baby this time. She is learning!
Lusk Jacob Blood “Alone” by Heart. He started really hard, but I thought he was more likeable this episode … just me? He did a good job, but I do not really dig his vibe. I just feel like he is still on the pulpit, which is a turn-off.
Your last three places will be Naima, Haley, and Thia (possibly Karen). Thia is my hope because I just want to sing some already Adele and everyone takes off. Email Naima house is the obvious choice.
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