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  • Seacrest released Adam Lambert to the save seats, which was definitely no surprise to anyone on the planet
  • It should be an interesting trip for them, and it'll be fun to watch it next week

    • by Orrymain
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      Paula Abdul sang her new single, I’m Here for the Music, early on in tonight’s results show for American Idol. I’m not a fan of hers really, but it was nice to see her do something besides offer nonsensical remarks about contestants. I’m just not into the techno-music angle that is usually prevalent in Abdul’s song style. There was also too much choreography for my taste. It takes away from the actual song. However, that’s always been Abdul’s style since she is also a choreographer. All totaled, though, it was a nice presentation. Maybe she’ll be able to resuscitate her singing career.

      One of the fun parts about the opening


      of the show was when host Ryan Seacrest asked Danny Gokey about his performance last night, when he hit a note that sounded very screech-like at the end of his song. Gokey was honest in saying why he defended himself last night on stage, but then said he spent the rest of the night laughing about it because it really wasn’t as good as he thought. He pointed out that even his own family muted the thing in process. So, that shows a very good-natured quality to this young man.

      The results began with one of the final four being named safe. The surprise came when it turned out to be Kris Allen,


      • who some figured would be the loser tonight. His fan base came through, and he was able to take a seat.

        Then American Idol welcomed season 5 contestant, Chris Daughtry, who had great success with his band’s first CD. I’ve been long awaiting their sophomore album to see if the quality would be as good as the first one. They debuted the first song, No Surprise, on the show tonight, and it was pretty good. It was slightly more ’screamy’ than my favorite Daughtry tunes, and I’m interested to see what other songs are eventually heard on the radio.

        Then it was time to get to the nitty gritty of the results. Seacrest

        released Adam Lambert to the save seats, which was definitely no surprise to anyone on the planet. Finally, the big result was given, and Allison Ireheta was announced as the contestant going home. That’s how it should have been, so I’m in complete agreement there. She has a lot of potential, but she needs some refining. She’s just turned 17, so I’m pretty confident we’ll be hearing from her in the near future.

        So, now the final three do the ‘going home’ bit for next week where they get to return to their home towns. It should be an interesting trip for them, and it’ll be fun to watch it next week.




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