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TV DivaGal Snap Judgment: American Idol Top 12 Boys

By   |   February 25, 2010   |   Entertainment

aiboysfox The Top 12 boys took a beating last night on American Idol, and they kind of deserved it.

Weak vocals, lack of star power and nerves pretty much did everyone in, leaving the judges to be majorly critical. (The girls sang circles around these dudes Tuesday evening!)

So here’s TV DivaGal’s snap judgment of the night’s less-than-stellar performances.

Todrick Hall, “Since U Been Gone”: Interesting R&B version — that didn’t quite work.

Aaron Kelly, “Here Comes Goodbye”: Nice high note. Girls across America will be crying out his name.

Jermaine Sellers, “Get Here”: A spiritual rendition, but falsetto left him flat many times.

Tim Urban, “Apologize”: It’s a little too late — for those high notes. But he’s so cute, so who cares?

Joe Munoz, “You and I Both”: He found his nerves. Nice vocals.

Tyler Grady, “American Woman”: Not the best vocals, but hot stage presence. Morrison would be proud.

Lee Dewyze, “Chasing Cars”: Genuine and likable. Who cares that he mumbled all the words?

John Park, “God Bless the Child”: Jazzy, like a lounge act! Let’s hope Shania votes for him.

Michael Lynche, “This Love”: Maroon 5 with a little R&B soul? I kinda liked it. Finally, a lively performance.

Alex Lambert, “What A Wonderful World”: Very fundamental singing and nerves did him in, but there were some nice notes.

Casey James, “Heaven”: Smooth, solid and kinda sexy.

Andrew Garcia, “Sugar, We’re Goin Down”: Clean vocals. Hadn’t heard the song before, so it was alright by me.

Who’s going home, TV DivaGal predix? John Park and Andrew Garcia.

Catch American Idol, the elimination show, Thursday, Feb. 25 at 8 p.m. on Fox.

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