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It's probably no coincidence that International TV Turn-Off Week coincides with Earthweek. Even so, I wasn't going to let a little thing like that stop me from watching one of my favorite shows, American Idol. Besides live performances by the final six talented singers, Tuesday was also the 38th anniversary of the founding of Earth Day.
It turns out that the two best performers Tuesday were in the bottom two Wednesday. I didn't want to see either Syesha or Carly leave and was hoping for a recount. It's clear it's a popularity contest, but it's also clear that at this point they're all very talented.
The one that was eliminated, Carly, performed the hottest version of Jesus Christ Superstar I've ever heard. Her smiles proved she was really enjoying it. The judges were as thrilled by the performance as she was. Carly probably put more into that one song than any singer before her. She leaves on a high note, a very high note.
I guess if I didn't vote I can't complain that she didn't win.