September 06, 2006 08:21 PM by Joe Blackmon
For the results show, Supernova selects Magni to perform the original song “It’s All Love” with them. Brooke Burke informs the rock singers that whoever gets the encore for tonight will win a Honda Element SC. Gilby Clarke tells viewers that Dave Navarro and his new band The Panic Channel will be joining the Rock Star Supernova tour. Jason Newsted selects Toby Rand to perform an encore of his original song “Throw It Away.” Toby Rand dedicates his performance to The Crocodile Hunter.
Brooke Burke announces that they had record breaking numbers last night and only a handful of votes determined who wound up in the bottom three. At some point during the voting, all five rock singers fell into the bottom three. The rock singers who ultimately wound up in the bottom three are Storm Large, Dilana, and Lukas Rossi.
Storm Large performs “Wish You Were Here” by Pink Floyd. Dilana performs “I Want You To Want Me” by Cheap Trick. Lukas Rossi performs his original song “Headspin.” Gilby Clarke tells Storm Large, “I like that you changed up your performances last night from the Bowie tune to your original tune. We had asked you to bring something different and you did. I thought it was great, but you know this multiple trip to the bottom three, I know with the numbers, it certainly ain’t a good thing.” Gilby Clarke tells Dilana, “You’ve been the one to watch in this competition, but once again with that aside, you know being in the bottom three that’s a rough one.” Gilby Clarke tells Lukas Rossi “Your first time in the bottom three, but tonight is your night. You can go sit back down with your buddies.”
Tommy Lee says he can’t do the elimination and hands it over to Jason Newsted. Jason says “This week Storm you’re going to go home and sleep in your own bed. That’s it baby. I love you, and you’re awesome.” Storm Large tells the audience “You will see me again.”
Storm Large is the second controversial elimination for Supernova in a row. Just like with Ryan Star last week, Storm Large did not give the worst performance on the results show. In fact, Storm’s performance was so moving that it brought Jason Newsted to tears during her performance. Supernova evidently once again ignored the result’s show performances and made their decision based on who they felt had done the best in overall performances to date in the competition.