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Allison of 'America's Next Top Model'
Singer: ALLISON IRAHETA
Song: "Blame It On Your Heart"
Monkeys As Critics' Take: Did they say this was a Linda Loveless song? Who knew the "Deep Throat" star had it in her? Alas, Heart has not been invited to the Grand Ole Opry, so this is going to bring out a different side of Allison. Or at least it's going to bring out a slightly different side. Allison doesn't have that much variation to her tone, but at least the effort is laudable. She's having a bit of fun and bringing a bit of twang to the song, though there's still more shouting than melodic nuance.
Lucy, Ricky, Fred and Simon Say: Kara thinks Allison could sing the alphabet and make it sound good. Since the alphabet is available as a song, is that such an achievement? I know that Kara's just trying to avoid the "singing the phone book" cliche, but this is as nonsensical as "You could sing 'Somewhere Over the Rainbow' and make it sound good." Paula calls it "rock solid," but urges her to show a little vulnerability in the future, just for fun. Simon thought it was a little bit tuneless in parts, and "verging on precocious." Randy didn't think it was precocious at all, since he doesn't know what "precocious" means. He thinks it was "dope."