What have you done, America?
No. Seriously. I'm actually kinda curious. I want to know which girl is going to advance along with Amber, Kree, Candice and Angela.
I want to know who's going to advance among the Men, who were mostly a mediocre lot.
And, finally, I want to know if the judges are going to toss in any twists, two wild cards, perhaps? "Idol" is ending a week earlier this year, so I suppose that if you eliminate the Judges' Save and just do a Top 10, that fits, right?
We'll see. It'll take 90 minutes, but we'll find out.
No matter what Randy Jackson, Nicki Minaj, Keith Urban and Mariah Carey try saying, the "American Idol" Top 10 Women weren't spectacular on Tuesday night. Four of them were very good, a couple of them were pretty bad and the rest of them were OK. That's a decent show and there's no reason to engage in hyperbole.
The Top 10 Men will have to step up their games on Wednesday (March 6) night if they're going to be worthy of their five slots in the overall Top 10, which will be unveiled on Thursday. Based on the Sudden Death performances, I don't think most of these guys are especially worthy, but let's find out.
Full recap after the break...
I'm not sure if FOX is trying to confuse me or trying to confuse my cable listings. On-air, FOX has been saying that tonight features performance by the Top 10 "Idol" Ladies. In my listings and on FOX's press site, though, it just says "10 Semifinalists Perform."
There's a big difference between those two things.
Click through and follow along and we'll see what the truth ends up being...
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