On tonight's (April 11) results episode of 'American Idol,' Lazaro Arbos was at risk of going home, since he turned in two not very good peformances last night, singing out of key and delivering what show mentor Jimmy Iovine called "an Ambien milkshake." Translation: It was boring and put …
Burnell Taylor was eliminated on 'American Idol' tonight (April 4), after coming in the bottom of the voting, courtesy of America. Rock n' roll didn't work for him, as he sang Bon Jovi's 'You Give Love a Bad Name' last night (April 3) and it was his downfall.
In perhaps an effort to refresh the show, 'American Idol' has not only installed a new panel of judges, but producers have tinkered with the formula and added a 'Sudden Death' round where the contestants perform for a limited number of slots.
Going with an "old-fashioned" song like 'My Funny Valentine,' you'd think this was a bad song choice for Amber Holcomb considering she's 18 (the track originally came out in 1937 and was sung by Richard Rodgers and Lorenz Hart).
From the moment he opened his mouth, you knew that Adam Sanders could sing. Despite initial nervousness from meeting his idol Mariah Carey, this young man showed why he was a voice to be threatened by in this competition.