Okay, so, you're all ears to hear what I'm thinking.
Marissa didn't go home, and I'm glad. I think she deserves another shot. However, it's sad to see Perpetually Happy Steve Gutenberg go. He showed a lot of improvement this week, and his number with Jonathan was absolutely hysterical. He'll be missed.
On to American Idol . . .
I really enjoyed Carly tonight. I've always loved her voice, and it was hard to pick my favorite performance of the evening, but I pick hers.
David Cook can do no wrong, in my opinion. He's a genuis.
David Archuletta really knocked it out of the park.
Michael still holds a firm place in my heart. Rob is wagering he'll be gone in two weeks, but I still think he's going to make the final four.
Syesha probably made a mistake by singing "I Will Always Love You." That song, while amazing, has been done so much, it's a cliche. She did do it very well and I liked that she tried to stay away from Whitney's version.
Brooke concerned me a little tonight. I thought, like Randy did (even before Randy said it) that she rushed it and seemed a little out of breath. I love Brooke and I love her voice, but she didn't bring it home tonight.
Jason is a cutey-pie and he seems so sincere, but I wasn't loving it as completely as other competitors tonight.
Ramielle did a tolerable job. She looks like one of my Cub Scouts in a dress.
Kristy Lee may have had a good night with it being a country song, but she just doesn't do a single thing on this planet for me.
That being said, I know I've ranked Ramielle above Kristy Lee on my personal preference meter, but my wager for who will go tomorrow: Ramielle. There was very little personality and I was pretty bored.
I wonder if Rob has posted his thoughts yet . . .