Simon Cowell Is No Longer Amused
The ratings are down, the sex scandals keep popping up, and Sanjaya is still on the show making "American Idol" the laughing stock of the nation. The judges have had it and they want the infamous contestant off the show. Can Malakar survive?
Martina McBride mentored last night's country edition of "American Idol" which kicked things off with frequent visitor of The Bottom Three Phil Stacey who was, in a shocker of a twist, praised by all three judges.
Simon Cowell then tried to salvage the American Idol brand by going a step further in his praise for Jordin Sparks, a contestant who got little judge love in the beginning, but has become one of their favorites now that the viewers keep voting off the more talented in the bunch.
Sanjaya who wore a bandana sure gave the judges something to talk about. Simon Cowell called his performance utterly horrendous and as bad as anything in the beginning of "American Idol."
Lakisha Jones and Chris Richardson were also heavily criticized, while Blake Lewis seemed to generate little excitement with his performance. Melinda Doolittle however continues to dominate her way through the competition as "resident pro."
The judges obviously want to see Melinda and Jordin in the finals. Will the viewers agree? I expect Chris Richardson and Phil Stacey in the bottom 3 again. Will Sanjaya finally join them in the bottom 3 now that we're down to the top-7? Or will we see the inconsistent Lakisha or the cocky Blake go in another shocker of an elimination?
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