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From: MSN NicknameLitaBonita  (Original Message)Sent: 5/17/2007 11:04 PM

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From: MSN NicknameStephenYzedSent: 5/17/2007 11:36 PM
She's 29?  I seriously thought she was 17.  19 at the most.

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From: MSN NicknameSKYgir1Sent: 5/18/2007 1:46 AM
And this is why Blake and Jordin will sell nothing - because idiot kids vote 100 times for the same person, yet they'll maybe pay to download one song....artificially inflated fanbase.....

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From: MSN NicknameKittyMarthaPooSent: 5/18/2007 3:18 AM
That was a wonderful article.
I dont' think I have ever loved an AI contestant as much as I love Melinda.

 Message 5 of 9 in Discussion 
From: ShadowfaxSent: 5/18/2007 2:32 PM
Idol fans have been wondering since Wednesday night's results show if Seacrest used a double entendre during the live broadcast and prematurely revealed it was Doolittle who was about to be eliminated.  Fox aired Sparks' hometown visit first during the broadcast, followed by Lewis'.  Doolittle's was to air following a commercial break, and Seacrest said, "After the break, Melinda's going home."

"I think maybe either I didn't notice or [thought] he was just talking about the [video] package they were going to show about me going home to Nashville because I knew I was the next person for them to show," Doolittle explained.  "So I just assumed that's what he was talking about.  I've heard a lot of speculation about that, but I don't think it was that at all.  I think he was kind of getting us ready for the next package they were going to show... The only thing to me he could have been talking about was the package.  I don't think it was even a slip, I just think that was what he was talking about.  I was completely fine with it.  It didn't phase me at all last night."
I saw this on Access Hollywood. I had to go check my DVR of the results show to verify it. He does say it, and then they cut to the couch and Melinda has this stunned look on her face.
I'm sure he was just teasing the video package, but he knows at the top of the show who's going, and has to give the result from memory. He told Ellen a couple of weeks ago that it's usually just him and the producers who know, most times even the judges don't know. And his card is blank, because taller contestants were able to see the result before he read it in the past. So he feels this panic as he's about to say the name, hoping that he says the right name, lol.
I wonder if his phrasing in that video tease was a Freudian slip.

 Message 6 of 9 in Discussion 
From: MSN NicknameLitaBonitaSent: 5/18/2007 3:00 PM
I heard about that and watched again and he was talking about her trip home obviously.
Did you see her trip home by the way? She had less than half the crowds Jordin and Blake had. I do think it's due to her age because clearly she is the better of the two.
I honestly think her career will be awesome and long lasting. Blake's will go nowhere. Jordin's might.

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From: MSN NicknameAvidlySent: 5/18/2007 3:46 PM
Blake would do well in Europe, or even as a producer, he really knows what he's doing with his mixing. In fact, he's the only one I would sit and watch all the way through, sometimes I'd even rewind and watch again. He's entertaining.

 Message 8 of 9 in Discussion 
From: MSN Nicknamebreeze_tiogaSent: 5/18/2007 3:53 PM
Me too Avidly.

 Message 9 of 9 in Discussion 
From: MSN NicknameSmigChickSent: 5/18/2007 6:34 PM
Melinda is a mature, seasoned singer and as great as she is, her "audience" isn't going to be jumping around, screaming and voting a jillion times. They will, however, be very likely to actually buy a CD.
She's going to do very well, I'm not worried in the slightest about her.
I do hope Jordin's well-grounded (it seems that she is), cuz she's just a baby really, and this business will chew you up and spit you out so fast, you don't even remember getting bitten! Seems as if her family is really tight, which means she's probably really balanced and she'll be fine. I hope so.
Blake should go to Europe. Bulgaria perhaps.  

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