Well, I at least got the part right about who went home.
I knew Anwar would go home, but thinking back on it I don’t know why I chose Carrie and Vonzell for the bottom three – they are the only chicks left and they’ll be around for a while just based on that fact.
As for Ryan getting a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame? Yeah, whatever, dude – you paid for it, so it’s not like it’s some award. And in 50 years someone will be walking over your star saying, “Who’s Ryan Seacrest – never heard of him.”
C’mon – you know it’s true.
Thanks, Constance Pheaux-Rocker. Thanks for ruining the most perfect Queen song ever. ‘Preciate it.
Is it me or did Daryl Hall just have a little too much plastic surgery done? He looked like Joan Rivers with a sunburn.
Overall the night was okay. Carrie did a great job with “Love is a Battlefield” and I didn’t even hear the mistake she made. I thought it was a fun song and she did well.
Vonzell also did great with the worst song on the “Footloose” soundtrack.
Is it really sad that the “songs from the year you were born” were mostly songs from when I was in high school? That’s sad, right? Can someone confirm or deny?
Federov murdered a perfectly good Paul Young song – he needs to go home. And what on EARTH made Anwar pick one of the worst songs of the 80s? Dude, NO ONE likes that song.
I actually liked Nadia’s pick. Because “no one” knew it, we couldn’t tell what a rip-off copycat it cover it was (*pointed glance at Scott Savol*). I just think it was a bad song to have as the first performance of the night – slow songs never go well straight outta the gate. But I thought she was good.
My thoughts on the bottom three: Nadia (sadly), Scott Savol, and Anthony – with Scott going home.