I just want you to know that I voted for you last night. For the first time all season, I felt compelled to vote, and you know what? You’re such an incredible talent that I am not ashamed to admit it. You were pushed under the bus by the judges last night, and you still managed to leave the show with class tonight. That’s far more than I could ever do. And somehow, you also managed to not hit Danny Gokey in the face while he smiled smuggly all during your performance. That in itself is a huge accomplishment.
I’ve thoroughly enjoyed each performance you’ve given over the past few weeks, and imagining next week without your quirky attitude and impeccable voice makes me wince. To think that in your place we get to watch Gokey in all his constipated glory is unnerving. The mental state of everyone that voted for him should be questioned at this point. God truly has blessed you with an amazing talent, and I’m glad to have been privileged enough to hear your incredible voice.
I can’t wait for your Idolatry interviews. Slezak loves you, and I’m sure your great personality that Simon never could see will shine. I wish you great luck and can’t wait to buy your album; I’m sure it’ll be a hit.
Thanks for giving me a reason to write these recaps.
Rick Johnson, #1 fan.
I was going to be writing a recap of tonight’s festivites, as well as catch up on a few other things, but I have to mourn the loss of dear Allison. I’ll be back tomorrow.
Thanks for stopping by, grab a tissue on your way out.
Hopefully, Gokey packs his bags tonight.
Overall, last night was a great night for American Idol. Like last week, they weakest link was quite clear after all of the performances: Danny Gokey. He proved tonight that he is not at all a versitile artist (I cringe at that word thanks to Kara “artistry” DioGuardi, but it was necessary.). And though his voice is probably stronger than Kris’s voice, Kris brings originality and relevancy that Danny does not and cannot bring. As I’ve said before, when it all comes down to it, Kris is the most relevant vocalist in the competition. The other 3 are more powerful than he is vocally, but Kris’s kind of music is very popular right now. As for who’s going home, it’s truly a toss-up. The only certainty, though, is that Adam isn’t going anywhere this week. His fans surely voted in huge numbers this week after last week’s bottom two scare, plus he earned a spot in the Top 3 with his great performances last night. Danny definitely deserves to go, but he has a very large fan base for some reason, and the judges avoided any real harsh criticism last night, though deserved it, and instead chose to give him an “A for effort”. If it comes down to Allison and Kris, then I believe Kris will be hitting the road. Allison may have received mediocre reviews for her solo performance, but she got to close out the show with Adam and the duet was extremely well received by the judges, and surely America, while Kris received mediocre reviews for everything he did. However, this surely resulted in his solid fans voting even harder for him. If I had to make a prediction on who would go, I’d say Danny, though I have horrible feeling about Kris’s fate.
Hopefully, America made the right choice and we can finally put the “GO” in Gokey!
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Everyone just can't get enought Meghan! She was a hot topic this week at The Conservative Journal.
- The Conservative finally reached the Top 10 of Political Top Sites, which is different from other blog ranking sites because it ranks by averge daily unique visitors. This was one of my early goals, and I just wanted to thank all of you that read this blog for making that possible!
Top 10 Posts and Pages of the Week
Everyone seemed to like these posts, be sure to check them out if you missed them!
- What’s Everyone’s Beef with Meghan McCain?
- Week In Review: March 22nd- 28th
- Mail Bag: Matt Delves Further Into AIG
- American Idol Top 10- Recap
- Mail Bag: A Vast Array of Textual Remarks
- Top Sites
- Leonardo DiCaprio at KCA: “Our mother is hurting!”
- Possible Candidates for 2012
- DUmmies Exposed: Kids Choice Awards Hypocrisy
- Month In Review: March 2009
Posts and Pages from the Week
If you missed any posts this week, simply click the article and read away! The posts are in order from oldest to newest.
Poll of the Day Results
March 28th- What Do You Think of Michelle Obama’s Attire?
- 82% of votes said they are like me and have ZERO problem with the First Lady showing a little arm, while the remaining 18% want to slap some slap sleeves some leaves on her. Come on people, it’s the 21st Century!
March 29th- What Do You Think of the KCA Green Movement?
- In one of the closest polls in Conservative Journal history, 52% of voters disagree with me and think the Kids Choice Awards preaching of going green was great. The remaining 48% think like me, that global warming is simply too controversial to be the central theme of a kids award show. I compare to making evolution the theme of a kids award show.
March 30th- What Do You Think of the KCA’s Hypocrisy?
- Naturally, 88% of voters said the hypocrisy the KCS’s showed at their after party was horrible. 12% of voters, however, think it’s fine to talk about saving the planet like it’s the biggest deal in the world, and then haul thousands and thousands of paper plates, plastic cups, etc. to the dump.
March 31st- Who Was Your Favorite on American Idol?
- For the second consecutive week, voters chose Adam Lambert as their favorite with 17%, Kris Allen was in second with 15% of the vote, Danny Gokey and Allison Iraheta tied with 13% (Danny had more actual votes though), Lil Rounds had 12% of the vote, Scott MacIntyre had 10% of the vote, Anoop Desai received 8% of the vote, Megan Joy received 6%, and Matt Giraud came in lats with 4% of the vote. The remaining percentage said they don’t watch. Unfortunately, we wrong and Megan Joy ended up leaving American Idol. She will be missed.
April 1st- Conference, No Poll.
April 2nd- Conference, No Poll.
April 3rd- What Do You Think of Bill O’Reilly’s Boycott of Sean Penn?
- 41% of voters said they are also boycotting Sean Penn, 35% understand why Bill is doing it, but aren’t boycotting Sean, 18% think it’s stupid, and the remaining 6% don’t know/don’t care. I think I fall into the “good for Bill” cateogory. I don’t watch Sean Penn movies, but just because their topics don’t interest me.