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By: eviesue

Fri, 28 Apr 2006 21:10:53 +0000

everyone talks about the lack of expression on elliott's face when he sings....not connecting with the audience, etc....(which is not true, as far as i'm concerned.) however, NO ONE ever mentions the look on CHRIS's face when he sings, especially a love song, or soft ballad. look closely, and it appears that someone must have a gun pointed in his back saying "sing...or i'll blow your head off"..talk about lack of expression !!!!! no expression, is more like it...or actually, "don't shoot...i'll sing" . katharine's expression is ALWAYS the same...."look at me and my twins...aren't we beautiful". forget about "kaylee" taylor has real expression....and he's a real person elliott is also a VERY real person...and his expression is very natural....and beautiful...and handsone....and he's not "SCREAMING".....LOOK AT ME !!!! JUST LISTEN TO ME.....



By: Erik J. Heels

Thu, 27 Apr 2006 17:32:13 +0000

I enjoyed Bo Bice on American Idol, but I did not buy any of his music or attend any of his concerts. I have enjoyed Chris, at times, but I have to agree with Ken Barnes of USATODAY (http://blogs.usatoday.com/idolchatter/2006/04/the_bottom_five.html), who said that Chris "may have the worst musical taste on the planet." Honestly, would you rather listen to a CD from (or a concert by) Chris Daughtry or Taylor Hicks? I think that the American public would have more fun at Taylor Hicks concert.



By: dave

Thu, 27 Apr 2006 16:42:55 +0000

wardrobe malfunction? I can't be the only one that noticed. one of Katharine's buttons poped and on the 'show you my leg' shot, i think we saw a little more. did anyonw else see this or was it just my wishful thinking? Hicks is slowly losing me. I think Chris will win.



By: Ferguson

Wed, 26 Apr 2006 18:37:46 +0000

Elliott and Chris were the best by far. Paris or Kellie need to go.



By: Erik J. Heels

Wed, 26 Apr 2006 12:36:10 +0000

Thanks, I'll add Dave (http://www.highlorddave.blogspot.com/) to the chart tomorrow. Over the last three weeks, he's 6/9 in picking the bottom three, 1/3 in picking the bottom one.



By: jennifer

Wed, 26 Apr 2006 10:45:03 +0000

Wow. Linguistics lessons at no extra charge. How generous. I always appreciate visitors to my home who tell me how to decorate. Anyway, you want some good blogs to add? I suggest Dave (http://www.highlorddave.blogspot.com/). That show, while not as horrific as 21st Century night, was a definite snoozer. Thankfully Elliott and Chris at least saved some level of value. Lord I hope Pickler leaves us soon. Very soon.



By: tim

Wed, 26 Apr 2006 06:42:42 +0000

no, i don't have a comment on the show. i just wanted to say that allyn is a total dork/idiot (see the slash? that conveys a combination, allyn) who spends more time concerned with grammar than he/she (that's a question unto itself) does with storytelling. and yes, i say this as a widely-published author you'd probably know, and who has editors to correct the minor shit while i tell the story that earns lots and lots of money. :) any questions now about grammar? as you said, erik . . .onto the show. allyn?



By: Erik J. Heels

Wed, 26 Apr 2006 03:14:24 +0000

Thanks, I think I got "enunciate" correct last week and have corrected the misspelling(s) this week. Any comments on the show?



By: allyn

Wed, 26 Apr 2006 03:03:53 +0000

You make interesting comments and you certainly do not have to post this response. Please learn the difference between annunciate which you use incorrectly on several of your commentaries and (see below) enunciate which is the word you mean to use. I've also included the definition for annunciate, which is archaic and not often used, except in the sense of the annunciation by Gabriel to Mary about the birth of Jesus. enunciate |iˈnÉ(image) nsēˌāt| verb [ trans. ] say or pronounce clearly : she enunciated each word slowly. • express (a proposition or theory) in clear or definite terms : a written document enunciating this policy. • proclaim : a prophet enunciating the Lord's wisdom. DERIVATIVES enunciation |iËŒnÉ(image) nsēˈā sh É(image) n| noun enunciative |iˈnÉ(image) nsÄ“É(image) tiv; -ˌātiv| adjective enunciator |-ˌātÉ(image) r| noun ORIGIN mid 16th cent.(as enunciation): from Latin enuntiat- ‘announced clearly,â€(image) from the verb enuntiare, from e- (variant of ex-) ‘outâ€(image) + nuntiare ‘announceâ€(image) (from nuntius ‘messengerâ€(image) ). annunciate |É(image) ˈnÉ(image) nsēˌāt| verb [ trans. ] archaic announce (something). ORIGIN late Middle English (originally as a past participle): from medieval Latin annunciat-, variant spelling of Latin annuntiat- ‘announced,â€(image) from the verb annuntiare.



By: Erik J. Heels

Wed, 26 Apr 2006 02:43:35 +0000

Thanks for the comments. Let met know if there are other bloggers I should be including in my chart. I include Simon, but by the time he picks, there are only two left. I think the order of viewing really matters. When I watched Ace last on Queen night, I had a much better impression of him than the majority. I feel the same about Katharine tonight (as I watched hers last). Maybe I should tape the whole thing then watch it. But I like watching it live. Horrible night of singing overall. Toughest night to pick so far.