The set is in shambles. Slash is on set. And the Guitar Hero hits are played! What more could you ask for?
Actually, I wasn’t all that impressed this week. The only thing that really got me excited in this show was the final duet between Adam and Allison. Unlike the first duet, these two actually sang to (or “at”) each other. Danny and Kris looked like two singers who happened to be on the same stage. Their harmonies were good, but there was always a separation in their performance that sucked the life out of it. Also, Danny looked horribly uncomfortable with it.
I’m still in shock that the easiest Guitar Hero song, “Slow Ride,” could work so well for the two power singers, who shared a hair dresser this week.
I wonder if telling America that Adam has his own “hair girl” will turn off some voters. That seems too professional, don’tcha think?
I think we’ll see Kris and Allison in the bottom two, with Kris going home this week. (Daughtry says Kris is his favorite and he wants to record with him. Kris will land on his feet.) I don’t quite understand why Gokey hasn’t been in the bottom three yet, but I imagine it’s due to some early-formed fanbase that’s quite active.
And I still am going with my theory that Allison will win it all. I need to write a separate blog piece about that before it’s a moot point.
And IDOL timing continues to astound, as the show ran over just by enough to cut off Simon’s final critique of the best musical number of the night. UGH.