Thursday, May 31, 2012

Jessica Sanchez should have won instead of Phillip Phillips

"Sometimes when you lose ... you win."

The White Guy With Guitar curse strikes for the fifth time in a row. I am very upset that my favorite contestant of season 11 lost to a White guy with a guitar. Jessica Sanchez should have won instead of Phillip Phillips. This is my biggest finale upset ever. Jessica Sanchez is the best singer in American Idol history. She is better than any American Idol winner, even Kelly Clarkson and Carrie Underwood. Phillip Phillips is in the same league as Kris Allen and Lee DeWyze.

Phillip Phillips won because his fans were more dedicated in the official American Idol poll than Jessica Sanchez's fans were. Jessica Sanchez's U.S. fans slacked off in the poll and some of them did not even bother to vote at all. Teen and pre-teen girls have learned from previous seasons that they cannot be complacent, and this season, they were not competing with country music fans. The judges and the powers that be swayed the outcome of the finale. The powers that be sabotaged Jessica Sanchez and had the judges critique her and pimped Phillip Phillips and had the judges give him standing ovation. The poll is more accurate than the official American Idol poll, which cannot be trusted.

America has chosen a pawn shop worker who is a barely alented male singer who can hardly sing a note and is a poor role moder over a YouTube star who is a super-talented female singer who can really, really sing flawlessly and is a great role model whose motto is "Work Hard. Stay Humber.

America has chosen a barely talented male singer who often sings out of tune and who has been singing for only six years and stands out a little over a super-talented female singer who can sing the phonebook flawlessly with standing ovation and who has been singing since the age of two and stands out a whole lot.

America has chosen a mediocre 21-year-old male singer with a one-octave vocal range and sounds the same and sings only rock and folk music over a 16-year-old female singer with a four-octave vocal range and varies in her singing and can sing any music genre.

America has chosen a mediocre male singer who has an average of 400,000 views on YouTube and who is worth $500,000 over a super-talented female singer who has an average of 3,000,000 views on YouTube and who is worth $1 trillion.

America has chosen a mediocre male singer who is an average White guy with a guitar over a super-talented female singer who is the best singer in American Idol history.

America has chosen a mediocre male singer who is in the same league as Kris Allen and Lee DeWyze and has less time to grow over a super-talented female singer who has a lot of time to grow and is in the same league as Kelly Clarkson and Carrie Underwood.

America has chosen a mediocre male singer who has a few celebrity endorsements and whom not many people want to duet with over a super-talented female singer who has many celebrity endorsements and whom so many people want to duet with.

Phillip Phillips has won, but in the long run, he will be forgotten and Jessica Sanchez will be more successful than him and become a music legend. Here is the analysis of the American Idol winners:

Season 1's Show Winner: Kelly Clarkson
Season 1's Real Winner: Kelly Clarkson
Season 2's Show Winner: Ruben Studdard
Season 2's Real Winner: Clay Aiken
Season 3's Show Winner: Fantasia Barrino
Season 3's Real Winner: Jennifer Hudson
Season 4's Show Winner: Carrie Underwood
Season 4's Real Winner: Carrie Underwood
Season 5's Show Winner: Taylor Hicks
Season 5's Real Winner: Chris Daughtry
Season 6's Show Winner: Jordin Sparks
Season 6's Real Winner: Jordin Sparks
Season 7's Show Winner: David Cook
Season 7's Real Winner: David Cook
Season 8's Show Winner: Kris Allen
Season 8's Real Winner: Adam Lambert
Season 9's Show Winner: Lee DeWyze
Season 9's Real Winner: Crystal Bowersox
Season 10's Show Winner: Scotty McCreery
Season 10's Real Winner: Scotty McCreery
Season 11's Show Winner: Phillip Phillips
Season 11's Real Winner: Jessica Sanchez

I rate American Idol season 11 a 8.25 out of 10. Had Jessica Sanchez won, I would have rated it 10 out of 10.

Therefore, on May 23, 2012, an American Idol is crowned and a music legend is born. Phillip Phillips will just be the 11th American Idol, while Jessica Sanchez will become a music legend and often be mentioned in one sentence with Celine Dion, Whitney Houston, and Mariah Carey. Jessica Sanchez may have a shot of overtaking Kelly Clarkson as the Supreme Idol.

Sunday, May 20, 2012

Jessica Sanchez makes the finale at the expense of Joshua Ledet

It is official: for the first time in five years, my favorite contestant has made it to the finale. Jessica Sanchez, my favorite contestant of American Idol season 11 has made it to the finale, but at the expense of my second favorite Joshua Ledet, who was born in 1992 and hails from Westlake, Louisiana.

With 90 million votes cast by America, Sanchez is the first contestant saved by the judges to make it into the finale. Unfortunately, she will have to face that White guy with a guitar known as Phillip Phillips. In the last four seasons, American Idol has been won by White guys with guitars (WGWGs). I hope Sanchez breaks the WGWG winning streak once and for all. I am fed up with WGWGs winning the competition. Another reason is that last season, five female finalists were eliminated in a row during the first five rounds of the finals.

If Sanchez wins, she will be another Kelly Clarkson or Carrie Underwood. If Phillips wins, he will be another Taylor Hicks or Lee DeWyze. Choosing Phillips over Sanchez is like choosing sandpaper over velvet. It is like choosing wood over gold. It is like choosing junk food over healthy food. It is like choosing milk chocolate over dark chocolate. It is like choosing Chinese made goods over American made goods. It is like choosing monaural sound over 5.1 surround sound. It is like choosing standard definition over high definition. It is like choosing political correctness over common sense.

Wednesday, May 16, 2012

Jessica Sanchez makes the top 3 as Skylar Laine and Hollie Cavanagh are out of the picture

Jessica Sanchez has become the first recipient of the judges' save to make the top 3. In the last two weeks, Skylar Laine then Hollie Cavanagh got eliminated. In season 9, Michael Lynche came in 4th place after being saved by judges. Sanchez received a heroes' welcome in Chula Vista, California, which has a population of 237,000. On May 12, 2012, the city welcomed Sanchez at the East Lake Football Stadium. Mayor Cox proclaimed that day as "Jessica Sanchez Day" in the celebration featuring a procession, rally and mini concert. Sanchez was welcomed by about 7,000 supporters as she rode a parade accompanied by the school's color guards and marching band. After she sang three songs at the mini-concert, cheers from the crowd spurred her to an encore performance. The second part of the homecoming was on the flight deck of the USS Midway Museum in downtown San Diego, where she sang the national anthem and performed three songs before a crowd of about 4,000 aficionados. American Idol camera crews filmed the homecoming and will air tonight on FOX.

Wednesday, May 2, 2012

Elise Testone's Idol journe ends

Last week, Elise Testone from Mount Pleasant, South Carolina, got voted off American Idol landing in sixth place. She auditioned for American Idol in Charleston, South Carolina. She gave a rendition fo Queen's "I Want It All" and Jimi Hendrix's "Bold as Love" on Wednesday but was unable evade elimination after appearing at the bottom of the pack six times this season. Testone was joined in the bottom three Thursday by 18-year-old vocalist Hollie Cavanagh from McKinney, Texas, who tugged at the judges' heartstrings with Queen's "Save Me" and Miley Cyrus' "The Climb," and 18-year-old country rocker Skylar Laine from Brandon, Miss., who wowed with Queen's "The Show Must Go On" and Jason Aldean's "Tattoos on This Town."