AI7 – Round of 9 – Results

Finally!  I get one right.  Ramiele is gone.

Honestly, I didn’t watch the rest of the show.  Too busy with other things.  I might catch up with it on the DVR later, or I might just decided that I gained an hour of my life back from the Simon/Ryan banter and cheesy group number and melodramatic slowroll evictions and horrible viewer phone calls and Ruben Studdard so-long song.

So what did you think of the episode tonight?  What part should I watch out for, specifically, if I get around to viewing it?  What do you think of the bottom three?

5 thoughts on “AI7 – Round of 9 – Results

  1. You didn’t miss a damn thing. Dolly sounded pretty awful and sang some song praising Jesus every other word. There was also a performance by the winning band (Clark Brothers?) from that recent Fox reality show that hardly anyone watched — also very forgetable.

    I really wish they’d go back to the half hour results show, although that can drag on as well.

  2. All padding, except for the elimination.

    It was interesting to see Rameile go from so upset she was barely able to sing to figuring out this was her last chance to mug for the cameras and belting it out.

  3. I watched Medium last night (some real t.v. for a change) and switched to AI on a commercial only to catch this guy group singing and quickly switched back to the commecial because they were so boring.

    Switched back to AI after Medium went off only to see Rameile crying uncontrollably! So predictable, why watch? I wonder if this show is even going to make it to another season.

  4. I wouldn’t bother watching it unless you wanted to see the Bottom 3 again. I woke up around 9:30 and it didn’t sound like I missed anything. Honestly, I can’t wait til those result shows go back down to 30 minutes.

  5. Augie,

    It was awesome!

    I loved The Clark Brothers performance the most. That is worth watching all by itself. Dolly was good, but not as good as The Clark Brothers.

    I liked this week because there was so much Gospel influence in the many of the songs. It seems like AI wants to recognize every other genre out there except for Christian music and that has stunk until this week.

    I hope that AI considers doing a Gospel week next year.

    My favorite performances this week were (in order of how much I liked them): Michael Johns, David Archuleta, David Cook, and Carly Smithson.

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