Love to Interrupt
The DiGeorge Files
The world's ultimate talent
search comes to Canada, as the eyes of a nation are upon the
best undiscovered singers in the country. And with a lucrative
recording contract on the line for one lucky Canadian poised
to become the next Idol, there is only one rule: If you can
sing it, bring it.
Recaps by Ryan Vickers, GSNN
Judges: Farley Flex, Jake Gold, Sass Jordan, Zack
Creator: Simon Fuller (based upon "Pop Idol")
EP: Barbara Browlby, John Brunton
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July 7-8 - Group 4
You know, today we had a jam session after my 9 am class
and we got talking about CI and how I didn't pick a good
song. it turns out I should have done a show tune (or
"The Reason" by Hoobestank, but that's another
story). Well, if they raised the AI limit to 28. Hmm..
We've got eight near misses back to take their best
shots. Zack reminds the players that Ryan Malcolm and
Clay Aiken were WC's so anything is possible. All of the
singers that are back are super excited to get another
Tonight, before each crooner gets to the stage, one of
the judges will explain why they're back.
First up is Bernard Quilala. Jake says he's got a
lot of soul and is capable of doing it right this time.
Bernard has chosen "I Heard It Through The Grapevine".
It's nice but it doesn't seem 100% natural.
Jake: It was a good performance - it wasn't
Farley: It looks like you worked on some aspects
of the performance.
Bernard says that he had more fun this time.
Number two is Liz Titan. Farley explains that she
deserves hands down a chance to try again. She reprises
Toya's song from last year "Try It On My Own".
Unfortunately it's not that great.
Sass: Overall not that engaging.
Zack: It wasn't as good as you will be.
Liz is less nervous this time, or so she says.
Number three is Raj Ramawad. Sass says he was
brought back for his systematic rhythm. His choice is
"Goodbye". He can really push his voice.
Sass: That was a step up to the plate.
Raj says this time he wasn't going to be reserved. And
Batting clean up is Kyla Sandulak. Zack says
she's back because she's an artist in the Tori Amos
vibe. Her choice is "Stand By Me". It's not bad, but
song choice will get the best of her.
Farley: Song choice in this case.
Zack: It wasn't who I think you are.
Kyla picked the song because it was up-tempo.
Number five is Ted Senécal. Previously he was
okay to having being eliminated. Tonight he sings "Joy
To The World". He really seems to be enjoying it. And
the crowd plays along.
Jake: You really portrayed the emotion.
Zack: I could hear the sound of remotes changing
Ted says this time that the song was "all fun".
Number six is Elena Juatco. Farley explains that
she has a natural abundance of entertainment value. She
sings "What I Did For Love" and seems to be loving it.
Farley: No question with that performance.
Sass: Better than expected.
Elena states that she was having too much fun last time!
Second last to go is the favourite around my parts,
Jason Greeley. Sass says Jason is a natural
performer and that's why he's back. His choice is "Sad
Songs" and you can tell it's a good pick.
Sass: You didn't let me down.
Jake: It was great. Unbelievable.
Jason states that last week he went for too much
Last to go is Andrew Broderick. Zack says that he
was great during his audition and he wants to see it
again. This time he goes soft with "Imagine". He seems
like he's singing it softer than it should be.
Farley: You've got a ton of potential.
Zack: Next week I won't be seeing you in the top
Andrew states that he's doing good.
First off the top 10 (8 so far) talk about their
feelings. Awww. barf. (That's for you, Gordon).
No Jon Dore sketch this week, so we get right to the
Elana: Top 3
Jason: Top 3
Ted: Top 3
Moving on are. Upper Island Cove's own Jason Greeley,
and from the other end of the country, Vancouver's Elana
NEXT TIME: Top 10 starts. All live, all the time.
June 1-3 - Auditions
June 9-10 - The Toronto Round
June 16-17 - Group 1
June 23-24 - Group 2
June 30-July 1 - Group 3
July 7-8 - Group 4