Tuesday, April 28, 2009

Danny, Matt Or Kris: Who Goes Home This Week on American Idol?

And then there were five. Though I'm still mad that Anoop was sent packing last week I'll have to live with it. I tried to call and could NOT GET THROUGH! Now that I'm totally sucked into this Season of American Idol I can't wait for it to be over, lol. I hate you Adam Lambert...no not really. All I'm saying is he's like a shiny object that your eyes keep following. I'm so over the competition portion of the evening and just want to get to the CROWN, okay? We will have our King...er Queen...er King soon.

Anyhoo, onto this week. Matt was saved by the judges which I was happy about until it meant Anoop got the axe. So now I'm mad at Matt for still being around. As I discussed in my post from last week, he would be leaning toward appropriation but his heritage cancels that out. Sorta. Kris is a Jason Mraz do-over without the pizzazz. Danny is the Taylor Hicks of the competition. Sure Taylor won but his album FLOPPED and where is he NOW? They are sooo boring to me even though they can sing. Plus if you recall Simon didn't really like Hicks. You could tell because Simon does NOT have a poker face. 

That leaves Allison who is a great singer and not at all polished as a performer - yet. When she is, it will be a sight to behold. So again that leaves Adam as the lead competitor, the most prepared for a career TODAY and the only one who really knows himself. He can sing anything and works well with others. Like I also said: he'd better win this sucker or else.....

Supposedly it's up to America to vote for the winner. We'll see.

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Khadija said...

I apologize for going off-topic, but I don't see an email "contact me" button for you here.

I just wanted to say that I've stumbled across exchanges that you've recently had with some hopelessly (and completely) Black male-identified women. I'm impressed with the classy and thorough manner in which you have responded to these women.

Thank you for being steadfast in speaking truth to belligerent, confused folks. I'm sure that your elegant words have planted a lot of seeds in people's minds.


Peace, blessings and solidarity.

Faith at Acts of Faith Blog said...

Khadija: Thank you so much! I was a little surprised to see a comment from you on my AI post. My email address is listed in my profile. I was getting too much spam mail when I had it on the front page.