I lost a good friend to complications of CF when she was 17. So I can relate to what those girls's families are going through, but at the same time, I don't think they measure up to the talent this season. I don't like when people use the 'I'm a single mom/dad who lived on the streets' story line for Idol, and this is no different. At some point, the judges need to realize it's a talent show, not a who has the worst sob story. It would have gotten old if the homeless veteran group made it (like they should have), and talked every week about their story. We get it. But talent wise, I don't think the girls have it. When they compete again against Poppycock, Michael, and adding Jackie and Alice, they are going to get left in the dust.