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Even The Grace Above Not Enough To Save Alexis

Tis' a sad day, my friends. Alexis Grace was the 11th ousted contestant from American Idol last night, allowing Michael Sarver a slot in the Top 10 Idol Tour. Sigh.

I admit I was not really feeling her "Jolene" performance, but, come on, what else did this girl have to do in order to advance? Her range is superior to the likes of Scott MacIntyre, but I guess America cares more about a sympathy vote perhaps than vocals. And let me just say that Kelly Clarkson soared to the #1 spot on the charts this week . . . proving that ultimately, what we do want is someone with talent. Weren't the judges just comparing Alexis to Kelly after the petite little white girl busted out a soulful rendition of "Never Loved a Man"? Hmmm. Come on America, let's get it right. While I certainly was never Ms. Grace's number one supporter, I certainly think she did not deserve to go home.

And don't make me even talk about Allison being in the bottom three. I am still crying under my covers, afraid to come out.

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  1. connie3/19/2009

    Whoa........that was a shocker, huh? Allison in the bottom three?

    That whole "the judges might decide to save Alexis" last night, based on her performance. Come on........she sang that same song the night before and they didn't like it. Torture the girl! It's doubly insulting to me.

  2. Yes, it is pure torture. My DVR messed up and didn't record this . . for shame! But, I read that apparently Allison looked like she was shooting daggers through her eyes at the judges when they made poor Alexis do this. That's our girl. (Wish I could have seen it.)

  3. connie3/19/2009

    Oooh I missed that!

  4. Yeppers, think America got it wrong. The big fella should have gone home. I am hoping with ALL my might that Adam goes next week! Can't deal with his incessant screeching!! (Not to mention, he's horrible to look at)


  5. Sorry J, can't say I agree with the Adam comment (as you probably know); Adam may be considered a "screecher" to some . . to me though, he is my dreamy idol no matter which way he swings. His complexion under the unforgiving Idol lights may not looks as good as little Kris Allen, but Adam is a true unique star! I vote him, Matt G. Allison and (Megan/Danny) into the top 4!


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