Phil: Claire likes to say "You can be part of the problem, or part of the solution." But I happen to believe you can be both. Modern Family
History will have to record that the greatest tragedy of this period of social transition was not the strident clamor of the bad people, but the appalling silence of the good people. Martin Luther King, Jr.
I think voters got it right. He's a nice guy, really fun entertainer, but was weak in the vocal department. Too bad Stefano can't pick up on some of Paul's ability to get the audience involved. He actually had good vocals last night but was still a yawn. Personally I would have preferred Jacob's leaving tonight, but I am so happy another girl did not leave.
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Okay, that one made sense. Paul going home was the right thing to do, America.
I enjoyed the duets tonight a lot. Scotty and Lauren sounded great together, but why no comments from the judges? Haley and Casey were entertaining too, and I liked Haley's voice for a change but only when she doesn't growl. She growls way too much, because I think they've given her so many props for it so she's got to do it all the time now....
The boys singing as a foursome didn't sound great. What's going on with the sound quality?
I didn't know that guy singing with Kelly, but they were good. What did she give Ryan a hard time about, after their song - her tweets or something? She's funny. And a good singer.
Rihanna's song was lovely to look at and watch, but I don't care for her voice.
The best part of the night was listening to my fave, David Cook, singing the good-bye song!!! Mmmmm-mmm.
Haley and Casey were wonderful!!!
"To err is human, to arr is a pirate"
I really like Paul, but it was his time to go. I love his voice and his genre but AI wasn't quite right for him. I hope he goes somewhere with his music. I'd buy his album.
I was hoping he would sing Maggie Mae. He sings it amazingly.
I hate when the cops throw me in the back of the squad car ....like they didnít hear me call shotgun.
Boy (n) : Noise with dirt on it.