American Idol: Bo and Carrie: And then there were two
And then there were two:
Last night on American Idol the 3rd to the last contestant Vonzell Solomon was eliminated. She had the spark, she had the smile, she had the moves but maybe she was just a little too one dimensional. Frankly I think she will still get record contracts. That girl could sing!
We are now down to Bo and Carrie. I had not been a huge Bo fan but as I get to know him a little bit more he is growing on me more and more. After Tuesday nights A cappella performance, frankly I was blown away.
Carrie is strong from both a singing and appearance perspective, but she is a bit shy. She will have to work on the whole entertainer part of her persona.
Be that as it may, I have been an entertained viewer this season, and I will be trying very hard to see the finale.
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