Thursday, April 2, 2009

American Idol bids goodbye to Megan Joy.

It’s the end of the American Idol journey for Megan Joy Corkrey after she received the least number of votes from viewers which resulted in her elimination from the most-watched singing competition. The tattoed mother from Utah who sang “Turn Your Lights Down Low” which was popularized by Bob Marley didn’t even get to anticipate for the judges’ saving power.

"I'm not going to pretend that we're even going to contemplate saving you," said Simon Cowell before her "last-ditch" performance.

Anoop Desai and Allison Iraheta complete the bottom three this week.
Joy didn't bring any joy to the judges on Tuesday's pop music-themed performance show.

The top 8 who remain in the competition are Iraheta, Desai, Adam Lambert, Danny Gokey, Kris Allen, Lil Rounds, Matt Giraud and Scott MacIntyre.

The top eight finalists will perform songs released during the year of their birth on next week’s performance night. Most of the remaining contestants were born in the 80s.

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