'American Idol' Elimination: And then there were nine
By M&C Smallscreen Mar 27, 2008, 3:15 GMT
03/08/2008 - Chikezie - sadness, he should have stayed © Glenn Harris / PR Photos
America, you got it wrong this week.
Tonight's "American Idol" results show demonstrates that some of you are not paying attention.
This week's theme - "The Year They Were Born" - has the contestants' group medley song selected as, "Right Back Where We Started From."
The elimination process begins:
Chikezie is called out. He is in the bottom three. Not Good.
Brooke White is safe. Good.
Carly Smithson tells us she is not pregnant. She is safe after giving "Spanx" a plug. Good.
David Archuleta is safe. Good.
David Cook is safe. Ryan notes that Chris Cornell and he spoke today and he loved David's take on Chris' take on "Billie Jean." Told 'ja.
Syesha Mercado is in the bottom three. Good choice.
Michael Johns is safe. Good.
Viewer question time is a bunch of time-kill questions about pendejadas. Nothing worth repeating.
Out comes pretty Kimberley Locke who talks about her experiences since her turn on the show. She has a restaurant outside Manhattan, I smell a Gordon Ramsay-American Idol hybrid reality show, "Idol" Kitchen Nightmares. She has skinnied up too, no "Spanx" for her, she looks fantastic.
Back to business. Ramiele Malubay is safe. Not Good. She should be in the bottom three.
Jason Castro and Kristy Lee Cook are left.
Kristy is safe. Not Good.
Jason is in the bottom three. Not sure how I feel about him anymore.
Jason, Chikezie and Syesha gather on the stage to find out their fates, and Jason finds out he is safe.
Syesha is safe, and Chikezie is going home.
Sorry, Chikezie was brilliant the last two weeks - despite his boring R&B number last night. What is the matter with you people? Don't you have ears that work?
Malubay should have left the show, and Kristy Lee Cook on her heels.
Okay, since you nitwit voters are too dim to send the right person home, you are condemned to rewatch Chikezie's fantastic "She's A Woman" cover: