None of these three deserve to go home tonight.
LaKisha is out of the running.
Which of the remaining four contestants will not be "Stayin' Alive" this week?
I accuse Ryan Seacrest of false advertising.
This week, American Idol wants us to vote in the name of charity. But how much are THEY "giving back"?
It’s sad that the producers of Idol this Tuesday night missed how much music can matter.
When will LaKisha live up to the expectations she created on the first real week of the show?
Once again, a five minute results show is stretched into a whole, useless hour.
I’ll predict further that the bottom three are: Chris, LaKisha and Phil. If I am wrong on my prediction, bye bye Phil.
The original, second half of "Bennifer" teaches the contestants (except Blake) rhythm and how to pronounce Spanish words.
Haley's hotness earns her another week.
In a world where lying and brown nosing run rampant, Simon has taken a stand and said what most people are afraid to say: exactly what he thinks.
A recap of how much I wanted to, or did, TiVo-bloop through the song of each of American Idol Top 9 singers.
You American Idol losers should just accept this sad fact: you just weren’t good enough.
For the first time this season the majority of the contestants came prepared to fight for the crown.
Methinks that Phil's Well of Luck has run dry.
God was going to be on the Idol Cares show, but Bono insisted on top billing.
Looks like Chris won't be making David Hasselhoff cry at the finale after all.
I’ve decided to recap American Idol week to week and grade the singers on a sliding scale of how much I wanted to, or did, TiVo-bloop through the song.
Who cares what Simon Cowell has to say about you?