Let’s be honest, folks. When Tyanna Jones and Rayvon Owen were standing on the American Idol stage this week as the bottom two, no one expected Tyanna to be the one going home. I mean, after all, Rayvon Owen’s month long streak of coming back from the bottom had to run out, right? At least that is what we all thought, until it was announced that Rayvon made it to the top 4, and Tyanna did not. For Tyanna, it was a mix of emotions as she left the Idol stage…
Last week on American Idol, Rayvon Owen was saved yet again, while Quentin Alexander was sent packing. But, could Rayvon manage to keep out of the bottom tonight, and if so, who was sent home? Let’s just say it was a night of shockers!
Not one, but two of the stronger chefs on the blue team said goodbye last week on Hell’s Kitchen, leaving the remaining four men certain that they could bounce back, despite Adam’s inability to do so last week. But when it came time to cook as if their life depended on it, would it be the red or the blue team who would prevail?
Last week on American Idol, the remaining contestants took on American “classics” and we watched as Joey Cook said goodbye, while Quentin Alexander threw a tantrum. Would that emotional outburst come back to bite Quentin tonight?
Last week on American Idol, the remaining contestants took on American “classics” and we watched as Joey Cook was sent home, while Quentin Alexander threw a tantrum. Tonight, the top 6 will be tackling “Arena Anthems” and honestly, some of the songs hardly seem like anthems at all.
If there is one thing most of us have learned from watching Hell’s Kitchen all of these years is that if you start to sink, you need to be able to bounce back. And if you can’t, it’s safe to say that you’re done. Needless to say, Gordon Ramsay made that very clear this week, as one team lost the ability to communicate and quickly sank. But the most shocking part of it all was that not one, but two strong chefs went home this week!
Gordon Ramsay may not swear in front of his kids, but when he’s on Hell’s Kitchen and MasterChef, he’s not afraid to let the insults fly. The celebrity chef’s Facebook fans have long been curious as to the inspiration behind his very clever commentary. Turns out, these jibes are all spur-of-the-moment remarks!
Despite all of the fun performances this week on American Idol, there was a bit of drama going on as well. In fact, when Quentin Alexander learned that Joey Cook was part of the bottom two, he was not to happy about it. But did he take his emotions too far?
Or maybe it won’t shock you. Tonight on American Idol, as the final 7 contestants took on songs that were chosen as classics by America, an early front runner landed in the bottom two. But with the votes in the hands of the viewers, who would they save? We’re getting down to the wire here, folks.
Gordon Ramsay loves to scream and shout at the many chefs who disappoint him on Hell’s Kitchen, Hotel Hell, and MasterChef, but when he’s at home with his kids, he boasts a surprisingly calm demeanor. The other day, the celebrity chef impressed his fans on Facebook by admitting that he’s never cussed in front of his children.