Well, dang, people! America got it right! Not only were the "bottom three" the correct "bottom three", but the one with the least votes was the one who deserved to get the least votes.
David H. is go-one, David H. is go-one...sing it with me...David H. is go-one, David H....
So, last night's AI show was fun. Not too long (hallelujah) and good job on making the "bottom three" sing BEFORE the reveal. Nothing ruins a song like someone bawling their eyes out because America doesn't love 'em enough.
Loved the contestants' commercial. I always love the commercials, although they've gotten more about the cars and less about the singers since Season Two. They're still fun to watch, though.
Katharine McPhee sang beautifully. She's one lucky dog to get David Foster behind her. Very, very lucky, because that man can make you an American star (just ask Josh Groban and Andrea Bocelli). However, I hated her dress. Way too short. For the shoulder style, she should have gone with a floor length piece. She looked like she was trying to win AI again with her sexiness, as if she needed to sell her legs or something. And we all know how I feel about that. But the dress was just...okay, so I also thought it was ugly. Whatever. Ooh! And did you hear she just got married? To a guy 20 years older? To me, that's just a tad disturbing...
Oh, and my Aunt sent me this link about David Archuleta's father. Dang. It's sad.
Jim Carrey was funny. It was only a little awkward at times. It could have been much worse.
And did you see the clip at the beginning with Horton Hears a Who? My BIL's voice was heard! And he helped make that clip. Whoo-hoo! My BIL is now famous! (thanks tam, for the head's up about it. I totally heard his voice!).
What did you think about it all?
P.S. For all of you NON-AI people, I'll be posting something for you later today.