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Cat Deeley is gilded, and I realize that there are going to be a zillion Jakob Karr-Adam Lambert flirting backstage rumors after this episode. In fact, it’s as forgettable as what, what was that song? While I like Jakob, don’t we have one like him every season? I think I recall them bastardizing this, which pissed me off. I don’t even think its an elaborate ruse, I mean, duh. And yes, my sensitive side gets affected by this sort of thing. And Cat is sweet for not making him get off stage when he’s holding up Santy Krump. I won’t watch it, but I hope he gets more exposure on that show. And he’s just happy he got to dance with his #1 lady on the SYTYCD stage. THE GLITTERY GOD FROM PLANET FIERCE LANDED IN HIS SPECIAL FIERCE SPACESHIP WITH HIS HEAD EMBLAZONED ON THE SIDE.

I should totally call or some such shit with some insider information. I don’t really care who wins tonight, as I like all the finalists. Mollee Moron fails to infuse any real Bollywood spirit into this damn routine. Cat Deeley can just pull that sort of thing off, you see, because she is CAT DEELEY and she is a GODDESS. I also am touched when I see Ryan Jackman helping Russell on stage.

There were however, three performances from Wednesday night that stuck out in my mind and helped seal the deal for those competitors during Thursday night’s results: Avalon Young‘s version of “Yo, Excuse Me Miss” by Chris Brown proved the point I’ve been saying all season about her: She’s just cool and she does things no other contestant this season (or any other season, for that matter) could pull off with such swagger.

And with the album release just a week away, Dia has released a fourth track from the album — “Dead Man.” Though she says the song still seems fresh to her, it’s actually the first written for the new album, dating back about four years.I think what she did on Thursday (more to come) went a long way in showing she’s got a few tricks up her sleeve though.And Mac Kenzie Bourg‘s reprise of his original song “Roses” made Scott Borchetta’s heavy-handed plea for an “acoustic singer songwriter type” in the Top 10 (real subtle) seem reasonable.“He goes, ‘I always regretted breaking up with you, but listen, you wouldn’t have gotten any of these songs if I didn’t do it.’ I was like, ‘Whatever!'” Josh might want to take more credit if “Lonely Call” matches the success of “Love Triangle,” Rae Lynn’s first single from “Wild Horse.” It cracked the Top 30 on Billboard’s Hot Country Singles and Country Airplay charts.

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