Well, when USA Today calls Elliott's duet with Mary J the "highlight" of the show, I gotta side with your sister.
Why is it boys talk so much, when they have nothing to say? And girls have plenty to say, but no one will listen?
The best quote of the night......
"Ladies and gentlemen, MY Elliott Yamin".
I LOVE Mama Yamin! (Almost as much as I do Elliott)
I think Elliot will probably one of the most successful idol finalist in idol history
More MJB and Elliott pics. He's totally in awe of her, so cute.
Check it out. Elliott does some hip-hoppy, rap-gospel stuff. Here. Tracks 7, 9, and another one?
Also, this, from Entertainment Weekly. Which idols have the most commercial viability? Chris, Taylor, and
"1. Elliott Yamin: Much to my delight, I've heard fewer and fewer derogatory remarks (and increasingly more raves) about Elliott's looks with each passing week of the Idol competition. But whether or not the guy submits to the dentist's chair, who cares? His voice is amazing, and if he taps into the confidence he showed during last night's results show, he could bridge a massive market spanning from Michael Bublé to John Legend. A quick listen to Elliott's ''A Song for You'' tells the story: The boy's a hottie, and soon enough, he'll have the sales to prove it"
Nice to see the versatility recognized, when I kept hearing all season that, to a lot of people, all his songs sound the same. Luckily, to some of us, they don't.
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In other news, the sly little agent provocateur who's been fueling rumors about Elliott signing with her label after the summer tour, has recently said she is positive that Elliott will not be recording his debut album with 19Evil, and that he would take "one of his other offers." And yes, that thin thread of speculation is enough to give me an unqualified sense of hope.