'American Idol' results: Who went home?
American Idol viewers sent Burnell Taylor home Thursday, yet that wasn't the night's most amazing astonishment.
Taylor, the Louisiana R&B artist who lost 40 pounds between his introductory tryout and the last adjusts of the show, was evidently at danger after an appalling exhibition of Bon Jovi's You Give Love a Bad Name Wednesday. The night's huge stunner was the proceeded fame of Lazaro Arbos, an affable yet conflicting vocalist who has indicated an alarming tendency to overlook his verses the previous two weeks.
While record official Jimmy Iovine stated, "I put him in the Bottom 2 or out," voters put him much higher. Like in the Top 3, with Angie Miller and Amber Holcomb.
What's more here's the startling thing: Ryan Seacrest reported the Top 3 in no specific request. Which connotes Arbos plausibly could have been the week's top vote-getter.
Notwithstanding a strong exhibition of Billy Joel's You May Be Right, Janelle Arthur joined Taylor in the Bottom 2.
So five ladies and one and only one fellow remains --and the judges' recovery must be utilized by the Top Five.
Furthermore that means one of the female vocalists will get it. It won't be long.