We’ve already said goodbye to Stacy Francis, after it was down to her and Astro in the final showdown. Astro almost didn’t perform, because he didn’t feel that he belonged in the final two. Most of you have said that his attitude alone shouldn’t allow him a spot to continue on the show, but we’ve heard that he has since calmed himself down.
Check out all of tonight’s performance videos! Who do you think has the “X” factor?
Until then, enjoy this video showing which food the contestants enjoy for Thanksgiving the most, along with the photos below! But keep checking back, as we’ll be giving you up-to-the-minute coverage of the show! (Video after the jump due to auto-play)
Behind the scenes pictures from last week’s episode:
Update: Astro just tweeted that his good luck charm is in the house. He said, “Just got my good luck charm in the building! Momma Astro is here!” He also tweeted that he’s wrestling with his little sister. Check out the photo.
Tonight’s theme is that the top nine is dedicating their songs to those who’ve made a difference or are inspirational in their lives. The act that scores the lowest amount of votes will be eliminated right off the bat on tomorrow night’s show. Afterward, the two acts with the lowest scores will go head-to-head in the final showdown.
L.A. Reid commented on AstroGate, saying that he commented on the situation the way he was raised to.
Rachel Crow – I Believe by Yolanda Adams
Marcus Canty – A Song For Mama by Boyz II Men
Melanie Amaro – World’s Greatest by R. Kelly
Chris Rene – Let It Be by The Beatles
Lakoda Rayne – You Belong To Me by Taylor Swift
LeRoy Bell – In The Arms Of An Angel by Sarah McLachlan
Astro – Show Me What You Got by Jay-Z
Drew Ryniewicz – Skyscraper by Demi Lovato
Josh Krajcik – Wild Horses by The Rolling Stones
What was your favorite performance of the evening? Sound off in the comments below and let us know what you think!
Roberta Ferguson has been blogging professionally since 2006. Roberta hails from Cleveland, Ohio, but calls North Royalton her home. She shares her life with a wonderful man and her two sons in the small city that could only be otherwise known as Mayberry.