This week I had the opportunity to sit down one-on-one with four American Idol finalists. I spoke with them about everything from parents to perseverance.
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The morning after Elise Testone was voted off "American Idol," the singer stopped by "GDLA" (weekdays, 7 a.m. PT on Fox) to look back at her time on ...
Elise and Skylar both nailed the Queen round, but stumbled during the artists' choice, while Jessica and Hollie floundered with the '70s rockers' catalog. But who rocked us, and who seemed "under pressure?"
Colton Dixon had one of his weakest weeks to date, and while Jessica Sanchez was once again in top form, is that enough to bring the voters back to her after last week's surprising results?
Joining Shannon Magrane in the bottom three were Erika Van Pelt and Elise Testone, because a pretty male face is apparently far more important than vocal range or stage presence.
Idol producer Ken Warwick digs the knife deeper into the Jermaine Jones situation and says the Gentle Giant's rehearsal of "Somewhere Out There" was the best song he's ever done.
Jessica is undoubtedly the one to beat in the competition, and if one of the whiny boys beats her, there really is no justice in the world.
We mostly lost a few faceless nobodies who hadn't been given any exposure during the audition rounds, and I didn't even catch their names, but there were a couple of surprises.
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