July 05, 2012 07:21 PM by Shayla Perry
This week on ABC‘s Duets, the superstars and their amateurs took a stab at some standards, and frontrunner J Rome gave a performance so good that Kelly Clarkson was out of her chair not once, but three times; broken foot and all. Who was sent home, and which amateur is in danger of getting eliminated next week?
After a few weeks of poor performances, Olivia Chisholm was FINALLY put out of her misery and sent home, leaving Robin Thicke all alone in the “superstar lounge,” without any amateurs remaining in the competition. At least he has his ego to keep him company.
Bridget Carrington also found herself in the bottom two tonight, and it won’t be a shock if she’s there next week, too.
Performing Nat King Cole‘s “Unforgettable,” with John Legend may have sounded like a good idea in theory. After all, it was the same song that John sang in his first talent competition ever — and won. But it’s not exactly a good sign when the judges can’t stop gushing about John’s vocals and how he should record the song himself. We don’t blame them. And for the record, YES, we’d love to hear John Legend doing “Unforgettable” solo, but we’d also love to hear him sing the phone book.
Either way, not good for Bridget.
So, will this be Bridget Carrington’s last performance on Duets?
With a simply ah-mazing rendition of “God Bless The Child” from Jennifer Nettles and J Rome, and Jason Farol‘s family er– fan base getting bigger and bigger each week, John Glosson and Bridget Carrington definitely have their work cut out for them if they’re going to make it into the Final Three. Or should we say, their FANS have their work cut out for them?!
BUT, could one of the frontrunners end up with the least amount of votes? Stranger things have happened. (Like that whole Johnny Gray thing.)
Tell us RTVM: Who do you think will be eliminated next week — J Rome, Jason Farol, John Glosson, or Bridget Carrington? Sound off in the Comments section below.
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