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Saturday, May 7

Idol Update

Jacob Lusk got his walking papers last week and it was probably the most logical choice of the final five. And then, for his farewell song, he reprised his version of "A House Is Not a Home," very emotional, but it sort of highlighted his weaknesses, very "pitchy," as Randy loves to say. And lots of squeals and screeches and way too many runs. Don't these guys know how to sustain a note? Just listen to Jacob's version and then Glee's Chris Colfer's version. Not even close.

I know which one I prefer. How about you?

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