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American Idol 2009 Week 8: Top 5
Tuesday, 2009 April 28 - 9:21 pm
Lil and Anoop went home last week. Matt, unfortunately, survived. Lil blames the judges for biasing America against her. Surrrrre.

This week: Rat Pack standards.

Kris Allen
"The Way You Look Tonight". Guh, a timid song choice. He did such a good job making the song original last week; this week, he's just any lounge singer in any piano bar in any Holiday Inn in the world. Vocally just OK; the falsetto wasn't good at all. Mediocre. 6.

Allison Iraheta
"Someone to Watch Over Me". Hmm. I like this song. It's still a little old-fashioned, but her smoky voice goes well with this. She's showing some real range by pulling off a sultry ballad instead of her usual rock and roll stuff. Perfect pitch and great tone. Very nice. 9.

Matt Giraud
"My Funny Valentine". Hmm. A weak, pitchy start. This is supposed to be a tender song, and this is the opposite of that. It's like he doesn't even know what the song means. 6.

Danny Gokey
"Come Rain or Come Shine". Might be the best song choice of the night; bluesy and cool, with a little attitude to it. A lot of attitude. And like Allison, he's got the right sort of smoky voice for this genre. It's a little bit Taylor Hicks... brilliant. 10.

Adam Lambert
"Feeling Good". Also a good song choice... and the best arrangement of the night. Still a little show-tuney, and vocally this isn't the best he's been, but of course he hits that giant note that he always hits, and... well, of course he'll be back next week. 9.

Going home: Matt. It has to be Matt.
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