Arabian (arabian) wrote,

American Idol, Nights 3/4

Another couple of nights combined. Here are who I liked and/or think will go farther.

San Diego

Tetiana Ostapowyich - Very nice voice, I think she's a better singer than Simon does. So there.

Perrie Cataldo - Good voice, but he doesn't do anything for me personally. I think he has a shot though.

Michael Johns - I like him, good-looking, good voice, has a nice charismatic charm to him. NIIIICE accent.

Samantha Musa - AWESOME voice, I liked her personality too, really, really good voice. Presence, personality, vibrancy, soul and just fabulous. I like a lot!! She was a tad vibrato, but I think that was nerves. (She's so gonna have to fix that hair, though.)

David Archuleta - He has a good voice, and despite his story, he has no emotional presence behind it. He sounds like a 16-year old singing a song beyond his age. But he's a cutie teen with a good voice and we know how well they do on Idol, so I expect him to make to to the top twelve.

Carly Smithson - She has a good voice, but she had some flat notes and pushed it too hard, still you can really hear how good she is, she just needs to tone it down. Without nerves I expect her to be a lot better actually.

South Carolina

Amy Flynn - I think she needs to mature more, but I won't be bummed if she makes it through. I like her and she has a lovely voice. (And she's adorable.)

London Weidberg - Fabullous name!!! A little too breathy, but she has the potential. AI's vocal coach can work with her and bring out that potential.

I don't think it's just me fastforwarding through the crappy performances, I do think they're showing more better singers this time around, which is definitely a smart move. Still, I can't wait for the auditions to end.
Tags: american idol, tv

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