Sometimes things happen that bring out the 13-year-old boy in all of us. Certainly a book entitled ‘Cooking with Poo’ elicits a response that most likely involves snickering and/or the inevitable question, “Why on earth would anyone want to cook with poo?”
When ‘American Idol’ contestant Colton Dixon recently hooked up with ‘Idol’ alum Chris Daughtry for dinner, he got two pieces of advice from the successful singer: Daughtry advised Dixon to “be himself” and “choose songs that people know.”
If ‘American Idol’ contestant Skylar Laine was really “a lot more nervous than usual” on account of the judges “being mean,” tonight, she certainly didn’t let it show. In the beginning of her segment it showed as the mentors tried unsuccessfully to steer her in another direction with her song choice and take her out of her comfort zone.
Hollywood is a strange, strange place. While most of the time you’re rewarded for the glitz and glamor, sometimes packing on the pounds and the ugly can earn you an Academy Award, Golden Globe, Screen Actors Guild Award, or even all three (We’re looking at you Charlize Theron.)
‘American Idol’ contestant Shannon Magrane may look like your average high school prom queen, but when the 16-year-old opens her mouth she has a voice that far transcends her teenage years. Singing ‘Go Light Your World’ by Kathy Troccoli, she remained strong and consistent from the first note until the very last.
When ‘American Idol’ contestant Baylie Brown came out looking like Miss America, we wanted her to then open her mouth and bestow upon us the brawn to go with the beauty. However, when she began her rendition of Lonestar’s ‘Amazed,’ we were anything but.
While last night may have belonged to the men, tonight it was time for the ladies on ‘American Idol‘ to answer back — and Jen Hirsh did. While at first we were skeptical of the California babe with a Jersey Shore tan, she won us over with her song of choice: ‘One and Only’ by Adele. Hirsh started off strong and pulled off a performance that was almost flawless.
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