March 16, 2005

Don't forget me when I'm gone

By Robyn

If I had one wish that I could wish this first finalist elimination round of American Idol's fourth season, it would be for all the children of the world to join hands and sing together in the spirit of harmony and peace.

If I had two wishes that I could wish for this first finalist elimination round of American Idol's fourth season, the first would be the crap about the kids...and the second would be for Mikalah Gordon to be given the boot.

However, since that ain't bloody likely yet (le sigh) -- my official prediction is that Lindsey Cardinale will be singing her final Idol farewell.



i think mikalah has tons of potential... when she sang, God bless the child, i could have wet myself it was so good.

Posted by: Brandt at March 20, 2005 01:26 PM

I think you were watching a different show than everyone else. Mikalah can barely hit the right notes, sounds like she's struggling, and just doesn't sound right, I don't know what's wrong with people. Once she's voted off I begin watching again!

Posted by: Trish at March 21, 2005 02:19 PM

Mikalah reminds me of a Fran Drescher/Barbra Striesand combo. Unfortunately, she has Barbra's looks and The Nanny's voice. "Oh, Mr. Sheffield..."

Posted by: yardidol at March 24, 2005 12:35 PM

Mikalah Gordon was the most obnoxious, annoying American Idol I've ever seen! Having self-esteem is fine, but she takes it way beyond! And when she said she "deserves to win because she doesn't cook, clean, etc, so she may as well get rich," was absolutely disgusting! Thank God she is gone!

Posted by: Kat at March 25, 2005 03:21 PM