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Offline PapaBear

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Latin night
« on: April 28, 2004, 08:30:39 AM »
Allright, I wanted to get some discussion going about last night's show.  Who saw it, what did you think?

I thought most of the perfomances were pretty shaky.  I don't think latin is something that is easy for most people to pull off.  Fantasia was bad, George was OK, Latoya was OK, John was bad, Diana was OK, and Jasmine was decent.  I thought this style of music suited Jasmine best, but she fell flat a few times on her songs.

My bottom 3 (in no particular order) for tonight are:

with Fantasia going home.  Next?

Offline pittgirl

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Re: Latin night
« Reply #1 on: April 28, 2004, 09:54:26 AM »
I thought last night was by far the weakest performances yet.

I thought Jasmine and Diana were the best.  I actually thought it was Diana's best performance.

Now John just made me wish I was deaf for about 3 minutes.

Still dislike Fantasia.

Bottom 3 (In no order)


John will be gone tonight!

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Re: Latin night
« Reply #2 on: April 28, 2004, 10:41:48 AM »
I wonder who's stupid idea it was to have them do Latin was just was my least favorite show of all of the IA's..No goosebumps ..they had nothing..

And George Huff  :-\

the songs where to hard for them..I only hope that they have something better planned for next week.. ???

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Re: Latin night
« Reply #3 on: April 28, 2004, 05:01:07 PM »
From TV guide online~

SOUR NOTE: The mother of tin-eared American Idol crooner John Stevens is
coming to her son's defense. According to Entertainment Tonight, Lynn
Stevens went to Idol producers after she heard a radio deejay tell his
listeners not to worry about John because, at his first concert, "somebody
will take him out." That prompted Idol exec producer Nigel Lythgoe to do a
little PR for the poor fella. "I can't believe, really, what's happening to
America," he told ET. "This 16-year-old came on this show and bought into
the fact that if you like him, you pick up a telephone and vote for him. He,
nor his family, ever bought into the fact that America would turn like this
on somebody. And it's totally unfair." Speaking of unfair...
IN DEFENSE OF JEN: Sir Elton John is weighing in on Jennifer Hudson's
shocking ouster from American Idol last week, calling the whole thing
"incredibly racist." John -- who rubbed elbows with Hudson and Co. earlier
this month as an AI special guest -- says "the three people I was really
impressed with, and they just happened to be black, young female singers,
and they all seem to be landing in the bottom three." No word yet on what
Eltie thought of Camile Velasco's ghastly cover of his "Goodbye Yellow Brick
Road," but I hear he's mulling a lawsuit.