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Aaron Kelly eliminated from “American Idol”

HollywoodNews.com: Last night pop star Lady Gaga performed on the show with her song “Alejandro,” and has created some controversy among the media today. The show cut down her six and a half minute performance, which included a slow intro of “Bad Romance,” to only five minutes. Probably not a smart move for the show considering many people tuned in just to see Gaga perform. But what has really happened is Gaga’s performance has overshadowed the spotlight from Aaron Kelly, who was voted off “American Idol” last night.

The youngest competitor on the show has a charming smile and has won over the hearts of many teens across America. In all honesty, he made it far than anyone ever expected the kid could do and we have to give him props for that. I wouldn’t be surprised if this kid picks up a record deal in the future, as he already has a pretty big young fan base who would be willing to shell out for his album. Kelly ended the show on a high note stating, “I’ve had a great time; I’ve had a blast.”

Now only four contestants remain: Lee DeWyze, Crystal Bowersox, Casey James, and Michael Lynch. Who do you think is going to be crowned “American Idol?”

AARON KELLY – “FLY ME TO THE MOON”

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  • May 7, 2010 | Permalink |

    Casey James is who I want to see win it…. The guy is SUPER talented –along with being super hot to look at—- Any one posting that he is making it just on his looks alone…has got to just be plain JEALOUS of the guy I tell you!!! He’s gott SUCH a GOOD quality to his style voice—– He’s the only guy—who has got the WHOLE package going on. He’s kind and humble on top of all that…….( WHAT IS NOT TO LIKE ABOUT THIS GUY I ASK??) The guys GOT IT and one “off” performance is not ruining him— no way!!!! In fact….I actually went back to hear “Blue Skys” on the internet—and the performance really was better then I thought—- I actually kind of like it now..!!! The guy can sing and America knows it!!!! Lee and Mike also have good voices as well —- they just lack the sex appeal and star quality that Casey has–Casey needs to pick a really good song choice for him this week and he could bring down the house—– It’s down to Casey and MamaSox—-both have the talent and star quality —Mike and Lee just lack it plain and simple……. CASEY FANS WILL BE OUT IN FULL FORCE TUES. NIGHT……watch out !!!!!!! WE LOVE CASEY JAMES !!! and want to hear more of him.!!!!!! DO “CASEY JAMES STYLE” music and you should win the whole thing!!!

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