Paul McDonald Became The First

Posted by Zotta Rendevouz

Paul McDonald Became The First: The women ended their losing streak on "American Idol" on Thursday, Paul McDonald became the first male contestant this season to be removed from the top 13 and top television talent show.

Interpretation of McDonald's Bob Seger "Old Time Rock and Roll" in the film the theme weeks demonstrated undo the singer with the hoarse voice, despite positive feedback from the judges with her performance.

The 26 years of Huntsville, Alabama singer, whose elimination is provided by a number of bloggers, abandoned by completing the application judge Jennifer Lopez he sings "Maggie May".

Stefano Langon completed within three lower for the second consecutive week, where he was joined by Haley Reinhart, including "Call Me" was considered as among the weakest performance.

Reinhart had gone home, as many had expected would Alaina Lauren have been left as the only woman with a chance of winning the "American Idol" title.

Four women - including the presumed front-runner Pia Toscano last week - has already been voted this year by the public.

Their early exit prompted Lopez to say about the performance on Wednesday night that she was "scared to say anything on any of the girls because I do not want a daughter to return home. "

Thursday show featured the first "American Idol" winner Kelly Clarkson singing the duet "Do not Want You to Stay", with Jason Aldean and Rihanna song "California king-size bed."

The seven other finalists were Casey Abrams, who last month marked the judges once a season record, James Durbin, Scotty McCreery, Jacob Lusk, Langon, Alaina and Reinhart.

Post-Lopez and Judge second new, rocker Steven Tyler, the largest television audience of the country has rebounded this season after several years of scores of signs shall be maintained at about 25 million viewers.

The "American Idol" aired on Fox Network final in May when viewers choose the next "Idol" stars, and land, he or she is a recording contract.

Previous winners include artists such as Grammy Carrie Underwood and Fantasia Barrino, who played on Broadway, even though "lost" participants Clay Aiken, Oscar winner Jennifer Hudson and Adam Lambert to become stars of a full discussion.