stuff than I do since I managed to keep my eyes dry during the Idol Gives Back montage and Dolly Parton performance. Sad frowny face. Pout.
And inevitably the girl with the least annoying personality of the three, Ramiele, is sent home.
Some things that happened that you probably skipped over if you have Tivo:
-The Clark Brothers played, the winner of FOX's The Next Great American Band. They had looks, mandolins.
-Bucky Covington, Phil Stacey and Bo Bice all still live and sing, in Nashville. They all look exactly the same.
-Simon basically reiterated to Carly that she dresses like the Mayor of Frumpville, but clarified that she is cute and he likes her. Randy oh-so-cuttingly threw in "But this is a competition about fashion, not singing, right Ryan?" Shut up, Randy.
-Your money to Idol Gives Back helped a girl find her sister in Addis Ababa.
And then there was Dolly, who got the inevitable wink from Simon after being her awesome self. I try not to pick on Ryan too much when it comes to the sexual identity moments (note that I didn't mention him noting the style of Kristy's pedicure last night), but could it have been more awkward when he greeted Dolly's "Hello there handsome!" with "Hello beautiful...or should I say hot?"
Anyway, thanks to Brooke and Kristy's personalities, Carly and Syesha are now my favorite girls on the show. All Syesha needs to do is refrain from showing off her sexy infant impression and she's a star to me.
--David Archuleta sang uptempo everyone! Yay! I wonder if he thought "9 to 5" had a great message.
--Speaking of David A., David Cook apologized to Michael and Jason, his roommates, for his slovenliness. So with whom does David live?
--If I were Michael Johns I would have been especially embarrassed to be in tonight's Ford commercial. Partially because he is an athlete and partially because there is an age limit for gracefully acting out b-ball court fantasies.
--Was Michael wearing a Dolly Parton shirt? And if so, where can I get one?