Idol/Spec: Top 10 Performance Show – 3/30/2010

03/31/2010 at 4:00 pm | Posted in Net/Spec | 1 Comment
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Last night was American Idol –  The Top 10.

Ok, my new job description is still going nuts, so I don’t have much time to put in my two cents.  You know what that means –  Sidebar style (not to be confused with Cajun style):

Siobhan – Horrible.  Simply, horrible.  Everything from her pitchy singing & played-out screaming, to her flustercuck outfit.  It was downright horrible.  And does anybody still believe that her weird outfits aren’t as fake as Big Mike’s actions?  It looks like she is dressed by Rip Torn, who is mis-matching outfits straight out of Lady Gaga’s closet! 

The judges seemed very worried; so where they SHOULD have ripped her apart for destroying an amazing song (which became more amazing with Kanye’s version), instead they were basically pleaded to the viewers to still vote for her.  VERY unethical.  The only voice of reason was Simon, who was the only honest one.  He hated it, and seemed out of love with her – even telling her to ditch the played-out scream.  Weird thing is, she knew that she was terrible (you could tell by her face before the judges said anything), yet insisted on arguing with Simon about it. 

Casey James – Meh.  It’s the same this week as last week.  He’s leaning on what he knows.  His voice isn’t strong, so he will always have that guitar to hide behind.  Plus, women love him.  He’s safe.  I really don’t know what else you can say.

Michael Lynche – Here’s the thing:  He didn’t at all do what Usher told him to do by making eye contact with the person in the way back.  he kept his eyes closed for about 75% of the song.  That said, it doesn’t matter.  Vocally, he’s been amazing, this week included.  Loved it.  Still don’t believe his personality is genuine, but that’s just me.

Didi Benami – She needs to keep it together.  She’s an amazing talent.  Other than Crystal, I wouldn’t buy anyone else’s album but Didi’s.  She’s doing herself no favors with these songs that are downers.  She’s way better than them, and the judges hate them.  I hope she’s safe, but I can see her in the bottom 3 this week.

Tim Urban – High School Musical fits him perfectly.  He really seems like an awesome guy, but he’s out of his league.  I think that’s why he’s so happy-go-lucky when the judges tear him a new a-hole:  He’s just happy to be there.  That said, he did ok.  Struggled with those low notes, but it wasn’t terrible (coughUnderMyThumbcough).

Andrew Garcia – Weird that the judges loved this.  I thought it was ok, but the laid back acoustic style doesn’t fit the lyrics to this song.  He’s still so boring.  what’s with him trying to add acoustic to everything?  Last week, he was going to do an acoustic version of “I Heard it Through the Grapevine”, and the thought of how he believed he could pull that off about made my head explode.  Same this week with “Forever” by Chris Brown.  Anyways, the judges all loved it – except Simon said he was bored with him.

Katie Stevens – Go home, please.  What’s with this new style of short-pants?  Paige wore a similar pair last week.  Who thinks this style is flattering?  What are they even called – Levi’s Camel Toes?  Anyways, she continues to be the succubus of song by killing any life left in them.  I think your grandma needs you to come and sing for her now, please.

Lee Dewyze – He did alright.  Still don’t see what others do in him.  Seems like a nice, humble guy – but he also seems like an abused pet by the way he cowers even with compliments. 

Crystal Bowersox – Amazing.  Loved it, love her.  “Midnight Train to Georgia” is fun, but kinda corny.  Either way, it worked for her.

Aaron Kelly – I don’t think this will put him in the bottom 3, but he deserves to be there after last night’s performance of “Ain’t No Sunshine”.  It was all over the place in pitch, and he’s just out of his league.  Aaron, maybe you could carpool with Katie when she goes back to her grandma, and you go back to your showchoir.  However, I know I know I know I know I know he won’t be going home tonight.

Bottom 3:

Tim, Katie, & Didi

Alternate: Aaron

Going home:  Tim

What did you think?

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