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No My First Name Ain't Little, It's Lil . . Ms. Rounds if You're Nasty. But Do We Care?


Her hair bobbed. It weaved. But there will be no boppin' and weavin' from elimination for this Idol contestant tonight -- at least that's what this blogger is hopin'!
After six exhausting weeks, we have come to witness a full identity theft of Lil Rounds. Once known as a Mary J. Blige-type soulster, Lil has now been stripped of all funk, leaving behind only Glam-squad hair extension remnants, judge back-talk, and abysmal Celine Dion/Tina Turner performances. After her take on Bette Midler last night, Simon finally tossed his hands up, proclaiming, "You are not the artist I thought you to be." Amen, Simon. I'm spent too.
Tonight's Predictions: Bottom three will be Lil, Matt and Anoopie. Kris will be announced "safe" first, and Lil will be hosta-la-vista baby!
Thoughts? Care to disagree? Do you think maybe it will finally be Danny in the bottom 3? Please, if you dare, comment below.

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  1. Anonymous4/15/2009

    I agree. It's time for Lil to go. Who has been voting for her anyways?!

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  2. Matt really did botch his song last night, and it was a bad choice, but I think he'll be safe. I do think tonight will be the first night Danny is in the bottom three (in place of Anoop). I think if Lil doesn't go home, it will be Anoop and tonight will be the first time, the Judges might actually consider using that save . . but ultimately won't.

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