Tonight: 3 contestants from the show are being axed like trees for the thing books used to be made of (Paper...books were once made of paper.)
Let's find out if Shakira and Usher get decimated or if Adam and Blake's team will FINALLY take a hit.
These are the nouns, pronouns, gerunds, banter, fuckery and marklar that transpired...
Let's play rough and get it on!
For whatever reason, Kat Perkins was put in the all-country artist group (Alongside the actual country peoples Jake Worthington, Audra McLaughlin and Kristen Merlin) performing some song by The Band Perry.
First saved by Voice Jesus: Josh Kaufman of Team Usher; also known as this season's iTunes bait. Thanks iTunes consumers...-_-
Then: Kristen Merlin of Team Shakira. YES! Someone I've learned to put up with makes it! \(^_^)/
By now, Team Blake and Team Adam will take a major hit.
Oh great; a Mother's Day Taxicab Confessions. *Moms are important y'all.*
Then: The Grimmie Reaper of Team Adam. This was the other iTunes bait of the season. Go to hell, iTunes. (Turn past the Miley Cyrus concert and where Carson Daly is going for the Starbucks plug via the Mother's Day Taxicab Confessionals for the show.)
Then: Jake Worthington of Team Blake.
The bottom 4: HRFH -3.0, Kat Perkins, Audra McLaughlin and Delvin Choice of Team(s) Adam and Blake.
HRFH -3.0 sings "Natural Woman" by Aretha Franklin. All I can say is BACK UP; this is Amanda Brown and Kelly Clarkson's song.
Audra sings "Done" by the Band Perry. How fitting...*shaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaade*
Kat sings "Barracuda" by Heart. Maybe if she sang this instead of that Bon Jovi bullshit laden version of "Get Lucky" by Daft Punk ft. Pharrell she wouldn't be IN the Bottom 4. DURRR.
Delvin sings a song called "Young Girls".
East Coast Twitter saves: Kat Perkins of Team Adam. Go to hell, Twitter. Wait, you voted off HRFH -3.0 so YAY!
The 3 getting the boot: Delvin Choice, Audra McLaughlin and HRFH -3.0 of Team(s) Adam and Blake. Her "majesty" has been dethroned. YAY!
All in all, the show shouldn't be rushing the Live shows. They simply should not.
Up next for scrutiny, the performances of the Top 5.