American Idol Top 10 Elimination Predictions

American Idol Top 10 Elimination Predictions

Tonight on FOX is an all new episode of the hit singing competition “American Idol”. The top ten finalists performed for America’s votes last night as the show aired for an entire two hours. Did you watch the performances? If not, we’ve got a full recap of the action right here for your perusal.

After tonight, the competition will be down one finalist as the rest go forth into the next stage. Who will it be? Here’s our predictions for tonight’s elimination show:

To think about who would be eliminated, we had to consider who had the most forgettable performance of the evening. To do so, let’s first eliminate the possibilities of the best of the best being eliminated on tonight’s results show.

The best performance of the entire evening went to Candice Glover and her performance of “I Who Have Nothing” by Ben E. King. That was surely phenomenal. Burnell Taylor’s performance of Ruben Studdard’s song “Flying Without Wings” was pretty great, as well. In addition, we’d also be remiss if we didn’t mention Kree Harrison, Amber Holcomb and Angie Miller.

That leaves Janelle Arthur, Devin Velez, Curtis Finch, Jr., Paul Jolley and Lazaro Arbos. Janelle seems to have a large enough following to get another shot next week. Paul seems to be a fan favorite, so we may not be that worried about his elimination just yet.

In our humble opinions, the most forgettable performances of the entire evening came from Curtis, Devin and Lazaro. As much as we like all three, our prediction is that it will come down to being between Curtis and Lazaro and perhaps Lazaro will be eliminated. His rendition of Kelly Clarkson’s “Breakaway” left us less than satisfied, even though his endearing qualities are quite genuine.

We will be recapping the show later on tonight, so tell us who you think will get the boot!

READ THE FULL RECAP OF AMERICAN IDOL’S ELIMINATION RESULTS HERE!

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