Wednesday, May 19, 2010

Lady Gaga on American Idol

Guest posted by Alex Stuarts

Tonight I was watching my direct tv family package channels and ended up on American Idol. I have always loved this show, but this year I haven't been really watching it. I don't feel that the contestants are near as good as they have been in past years.

Harry Connick, Jr. was the mentor for the week. He was joking around with the contestants. They seemed to really have a good time with him. They showed a lot of little funny clips with him talking to them.

Lady GaGa performed on this show. She was wearing some weird little outfit like she always does. She had on something that was black with lace. I honestly can't even describe it. She had a lot of male background dancers who were all wearing black shorts that came up really high on their waist and looked funny. Her signing was amazing as usual though.

Next Harry Connick, Jr. performed on the show. He has the best voice. It just melts you to listen to him. After that all of the contestants performed a bunch of his songs that he helped them get ready to perform. I really enjoyed watching them on this performance.

We then found out that Michael Lynche and Aaron Kelly were the bottom 2 for the week. Ryan Seacrest went on to tell us that Aaron Kelly was going home. He was very good, but not my favorite so I am fine with this decision. He then sang his farewell song. I am curious to see who wins American Idol on the finale May 26, 2010.

4 comments:

paul mitchell said...

So, we are thinking it's arson? Sounds good to me.

By the way, they named the volcano by getting a man with normal sized hands to try to use a netbook.

One Salient Oversight said...

Some say the volcano is God's vengeance on the US for adopting better health care.

Though why God would choose to attack Europe for America's "sins" is beyond me.

Andy said...

Heh! Good one, Roland!

I posted a funny yesterday.

A letter came to the European Union:

Setjið 30 milljarða evra í Sýppelkassin (letterbox?) Á íslensku sendiráði í kvöld og slökkva á eldfjall! Ekki
hringja á lögregluna!

Translation (roughly): Put 30 billion Euros in Sýppelkassin (letterbox?) at the Icelandic embassy tonight and we turn off the volcano! Do not call the police!

Susanne said...

I love this:

"Eyjafjallajökull: Worth 75 points in scrabble."

The captions to your photos often make me chuckle. :)