Have you ever noticed how we can love a familiar and favorite song, only to hear it being (over-)used in a commercial? I usually find myself hating the song in the end.
A perfect example of this is the new hit song by American Idol winner, Phillip Phillips, “Home”. I… Continue reading
It was absolutely no surprise to me that Phillip Phillips won the season.
For the first time ever, I was actually able to sit through an entire finale. I still found it overdone and ‘hokey’, but not on the same scale as season finales of the past.
This finale was… Continue reading
How can he not?
The difference in the quality and production values of his and Jessica’s performances of their release singles were like night and day.
While the new song chosen for Jessica was a slow, somber ballad with only her tiny body in the center of that huge stage,… Continue reading
Since I have so much to write about lately, and because last night’s episode was so disappointing to me, I’m just going to touch on my thoughts.
The more I watch this show, the more I think song choices made on contestant’s behalf are engineered to show them in a… Continue reading
I’m so torn…
I love Phillip Phillips and his performance of Damien Rice’s “Volcano” this week was genius. As Jennifer described, it was one of the most poignant moments ever seen on Idol and I can’t help but agree.
Joshua’s performance of James Brown’s “It’s a Man’s World” was inspired… Continue reading
This week, the contestants had to choose one song from each of the ‘sixties’ and ‘British invasion’ categories. Now, think about it. Who is the one person who will have the most difficulty with these particular categories? Phillip Phillips, of course. His raw, edge style is definitely not a style… Continue reading
Last night’s American Idol was the performance show for the top six contestants. Among the great performances, there were a couple of favorites.
I was fighting back tears of emotion through my favorite of the night, Jessica Sanchez’ performance of ‘Dance with My Father’. I don’t usually come to tears,… Continue reading
Last night on American Idol, everyone seemed to find their own. Even Hollie Cavanagh, who has been struggling, put together great performances. She’s finally learned how to quit ‘thinking’ and start emoting – definitely connecting to the audience.
The talent this year is so good that I really had to… Continue reading
Perhaps they can split the prize? They all deserve it after the consistently great performances by all from week to week – and this week was no different.
I’m able to pick out my favorites from this week, but unlike in previous seasons, it’s very hard to settle on one… Continue reading
I’m almost afraid to blog about this performance because I’m afraid that everyone will think I’m just fickle. The truth of the matter is that the calibre of talent on this year’s American Idol means it is very difficult to choose a favorite – or favorites.
Every week it seems,… Continue reading