Looking at this week’s American Idol Top Three and Bottom Three during result’s night had me miserable beyond belief.
What is with America?
Clearly, they are more content with boring and predictable instead of dynamic and fun.
That is what Skylar, Elise, and Hollie would have offered us if they were the last three standing – wouldn’t that be nice – but America loves to vote for the worst.
The worst vocalist is Phillip, the least personable is Jessica, and the most overrated is Joshua Ledet.
Got thoughts? Post them at the end.
To think this will likely be the final three in a matter of two weeks makes my stomach churn. I think I’m going to need a bucket, because I am about to upchuck.
Objectively speaking, Joshua had a solid week performing one Queen song and another of his own choice, but the standing ovations are going to pay the ultimate price sooner or later.
Somebody who does horrible on online polls – not just here, but everywhere – has got to eventually pull in the least number of votes on of these weeks.
I just don’t know when that will be, and whether the judges continuous standing ovations are in fact sealing votes for Joshua.
Maybe his voters are the silent types who don’t make a lot of ruckus on the internet, because the guy can’t get a favored poll for himself for the life of him.
Aside from Joshua, let’s discuss the annoyances that are Phillip and Jessica.
Phillip is easily the worst singer left, and is just me, or is he getting worse each week?
Yes, one could make the argument we are finally noticing his bad singing because only the strong remain, but I’m almost willing to argue that the guy has lost so much passion and steam that his voice is giving out more and more each week.
Steven Tyler even said he ran out of breath on “Fat Bottomed Girls,” but instead flipped the comment to a compliment. Again, favoritism is an ugly trademark.
Judges, please stop, especially when you reverse the trend by lambasting contestants who don’t deserve a lashing.
That long-winded critique Jennifer Lopez gave to Hollie after her “Save Me” performance was so unnecessary and unabashedly cruel, it made me remember the nightmarish days when the judges kept calling out Haley Reinhart as the worst of the night, singling her out from the pack.
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