Wednesday, April 14, 2010

Katie Stevens Out On 'American Idol'

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Katie Stevens was "American Idol" on this year. Katie Stevens' dream of becoming this year's "American Idol" ended Wednesday when she was voted out of the contest was with Andrew Garcia, after a season-high 34 million votes cast.

Stevens said her experience after hearing her fate, she said: "It was the best, all the wonderful people I met [and] the incredible experience it was." And also said that "Baby What you want me to do" for Elvis Week, the one version most judges compliment. But she sang an emotional version of "Let It Be" with tears in her eyes farewell performance.

She also said that "You do half the room shouted," host Ryan Seacrest told her. "We will miss you. Your parents will be very proud of you."
"There are no words to express how proud his father and I are what she has been able to perform," her mother Clara Stevens said in a taped package that followed her goodbye.

Earlier in the episode, "said Stevens," I will only make a remark to grow each week, and show that I'm getting better and I learn from this whole experience. I think I've done it, so hopefully, that showed. "

The Pomperaug High School seniors to have the support of all her homeland in her quest for top-rated TV show, the governor issued a statement this week urging everyone in Connecticut to support her. Weekly watch parties planned in her hometown, her quest followed weekly cover stories and the history of usage on TV.

Promotion to the next 7 weeks and the big "Idol gives back" charity event will be James Casey, Aaron Lewis, Tim Urban, Crystal Bowersox, Siobhan Magnus, Michael Lynch and Lee DeWyze.

Two of them were eliminated this week because the judges saved Lynch from elimination last week.

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ben said...

A series of national studies conducted among 8,110 American Idol viewers revealed that the elimination of contestant Katie Stevens during the show’s elimination last night did not accurately reflect the viewers’ choice. Aaron Kelly and Andrew Garcia were rated as most likely to be eliminated by viewers. The study parallels American Idol voting to determine the weekly winners based on a democratic, “one person, one vote” methodology.
More in depth results can be seen at:

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