Paula Abdul’s choice for David Archuleta is “And So It Goes” by Billy Joel.
David Archuleta’s producers choice song is rumored to be Dan Fogelberg’s “Longer”
For Personal Choice “With You” by Chris Brown
Simon Cowell’s choice for David Cook is “The First Time Ever I Saw Your Face” by Roberta Flack
His choice: “The World I Know” by Collective Soul. (Apparently he changed the song to “Dare you to Move” by Switchfoot. *edit May 13)
Producer’s Choice is “I Don’t Want to Miss a Thing” by Aerosmith.
Randy Jackson chose: “If I Ain’t Got You” by Alicia Keys
Personal Choice: Fever by Peggy Lee
The producers chose: “Hit Me Up” by Gia Farrell
TweetLord Andrew Lloyd Webber will be one of the mentors during the current season of FOX’s “American Idol” competition.
According to the Really Useful website, the remaining “Idol” finalists will perform Lloyd Webber tunes on the April 22 broadcast of the famed singing competition.
The broadcast will also feature footage of the award-winning composer guiding the contestants as they perform his songs on the set of Phantom: The Las Vegas Spectacular at the Venetian Hotel in Las Vegas.
American has voted and the results are in! I guess I didn’t get what I was hoping for yesterday because Ramiele Malubay will be going home tonight.
The other two in the bottom three were Kristy Lee Cook and Brooke White. Kristy Lee’s being there wasn’t much of a surprise because I honestly don’t see anything particularly outstanding about her; many other fans of the show also predict that she’ll be going home this week. It also didn’t help that she was giving some major attitude tonight. Brooke White, on the other hand, was totally unexpected – much like Jason Castro’s being part of the bottom 3 last week. Although I’m not a fan, she’s a fairly stellar performer who did a great rendition of “Jolene”.
This was Ramiele’s first time to be at the bottom three and it sucks that she’s the one who’s gotta go.