Was it really that much of a shock to Brooke that she was going home tonight? She seemed absolutely devastated by the news of her departure. If it didn't happen tonight, it was certainly going to happen next week, so what is up with the mass hysterics? She is a freaking train wreck, that one. It was good to see her attempt one last do over with her parting song. Brooke, honey, GO HOME. I've had enough of your back-talking-song-restarting-emotionally-unstable-mouth-contorting-nervous-nilly nonsense.
Loved when she cut her song short and walked away turning her back to the camera. Did you notice that none of the Idols tried to comfort her? I'm telling you, there is no love between these Idols this season. No hugs, no high fivin', no cutting up on the couch while watching those ridiculous Ford ads. Nothing. I noticed it when David Archuleta joined Jason Castro on the safe couch, as well. They barely acknowledge one another. It's really rather awkward. Paula is the only one giving out any sugar this season.
Paula and Natasha Bedingfield. I actually found her to be quite entertaining until she fawned all over David Archuleta. As a result, I will never listen to another Natasha Bedingfield song again. Ever. She is dead to me. And David Archuleta might as well be dead, as he is void of emotion and personality and barely has a pulse. The way he sputters and mutters when the judges praise him or Ryan tells him he's safe is just too weird for words.
But what's even weirder is that he's going to win this thing. Syesha will go home next week, Jason the week after that and then it will be down to the Davids. And little Archy is going to bring home the prize. But I don't think he'll ever be da bomb. He might be the opening act for Natasha Bedingfield, but unless Disney signs him, his 15 minutes are just about up.