Erik goes two for three (again), Ace goes home.
To absolutely nobody’s surprise, Ace went home tonight. Ace was joined in the bottom three by Chris and Paris. I had Paris ranked second but she ended up being sixth. Taylor, who “may or may not have had the most number of votes,” according to Ryan, was told that he was safe and then had the unpleasant/unfair task of guessing which group of three was the bottom three. At least he threw Ryan for a loop by walking from one group to the other. But, please, let’s not make the contestants judges. It’s hard enough being a contestant.
Rod Stewart sang. I didn’t like the live version any more than the 30 second clips on iTunes.
The good news is that I am second in accuracy only to DialIdol.com over the last three weeks. (Hey, VFTW, you can’t pick four for your bottom three. That’s two wrong, or one for three. Plus, all, try to make your predictions before DialIdol.com publishes its results.)
|Pundit||Bottom Three Results||Bottom One Results|
|DialIdol.com||8 for 9||2 for 3|
|Erik J. Heels||7 for 9||1 for 3|
|The Woes and the Prose of an American Idol Junkie||7 for 9||1 for 3|
|Reality TV Magazine||6 for 9||2 for 3|
|Various and Sundry Â» American Idol||5 for 9||2 for 2|
|American Idol Season 5 Blog||4 for 9||1 for 3|
|Vote For The Worst||1 for 6||1 for 2|
|Simon Cowell||NA||2 for 3|
Next week: greatest love songs with help from Andrea Bocelli. Love songs from which era? What style? I have no clue what that will be like.