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American Idol...Elimination, Again...

Tonight, the bottom three...Anoop, Lil and Matt.
I'm betting on Matt.

So, Anoop gets a reprieve and goes back to the group.
That leaves Lil and Matt.
Either could go and either would be the right choice.

I feel like each of them has constantly struggled to find their own way, their own style and sound.
Anoop is just starting to funk it up a little. He's beginning to get an edge to his voice and it's actually interesting to listen to him now.

Lil just never hit her stride. So, it wouldn't surprise me if she leaves.

With Matt, though, it's just never been there for him, really.
From one week to the next, something hasn't gelled and he's been floundering from song to song. Too bad, because I love his voice and he plays a mean piano. That's not going to save him, though.

HOWEVER, the judges will save him...just watch and see!
Good choice, judges!

"I think you have to judge everything based on your personal taste.
And if that means being critical, so be it.
I hate political correctness. I absolutely loathe it."
~ Simon Cowell

Comments (2)

Kathy (Trekcapri):

Hi Brenda, I enjoyed reading your recap. Love the quote by Simon!

Hi, Kathy!
I missed parts of the show while I was in Victoria, so it was wonderful to be home again and watch it from start to finish!
Simon's my hero...no bull, no sugar. Just plain unvarnished truth, as he sees it.

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