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American Idol 2008 Week 3: The Girls
Wednesday, 2008 March 5 - 8:59 pm
80s night continues, and Paula is more drunk than ever.

Asia'h Epperson: 5.0
"I Wanna Dance With Somebody". It's the 80s all right... "Star Search" in the 80s. It's cheesy and safe; definitely not memorable. Vocally okay, but not very challenging.

Kady Malloy: 3.0
"Who Wants to Live Forever". Queen, wow. She's a little pitchy... make that very pitchy, when it comes to the big note. Ergh. And it's kind of robotic. Perhaps she was a little over-ambitious here. This wasn't good.

Amanda Overmyer: 6.0
"I Hate Myself For Loving You". Joan Jett, huh. She's really picked up a knack for not picking singer's songs. It's a monotonous song, and it's almost like she's just going through the motions. The song suits her, and she hits it, but sometimes I just expect so much more from her. Still, she's almost assuredly safe this week.

Carly Smithson: 8.0
"I Drove All Night". Celine Dion and Cyndi Lauper both did this. She actually looks nice tonight, and this is a nice performance. It's on key, and energetic, and strong. I'm getting more and more impressed with her.

Kristy Lee Cook: 4.0
"Faithfully". Journey. She's got a bit of Stevie Nicks vibe here, with a little country thrown in. It's not terrible, but there's a few pitch problems here and there, and she's struggling with the big notes. She doesn't do much in the way of performing. Eh.

Ramiele Malubay: 8.0
"Against All Odds". She's better at Phil Collins than any of the guys are. She's dead on-key, the tone is smooth, and she looks like she's emotionally into it. She's surprisingly good... perhaps, at this point, the odds-on favorite to win it all.

Brooke White: 9.0
"Love Is a Battlefield", a folky acoustic version. Interesting. It actually works, and she's singing it well. Unique, original, and very cool.

Syesha Mercado: 7.0
"Saving All My Love For You". Ambitious. Not bad, but it she comes across as a Whitney impersonator, right down to her look. I like her, and she's a good singer, but it's still not her breakout performance.

My bottom three: Kady Malloy, Kristy Lee Cook, Asia'h Epperson.
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