Here they are in order of Best to Worst:
Carrie ‘“ First one to sing a ‘˜musical type’™ song the way it was written. And WOW.. better than most live musical performances I have seen. Song was boring but she made it watchable and interesting.
Consintine ‘“ ‘œMy Funny Valentine’ started a bit off.. but had great moments throughout He has been getting better each week.
Anwar – R&B version of Camelot. Kind of cool and you can tell he really know his music. His voice still seems whinny to me ‘¦and a bit white.
Vonzell ‘“ ‘œPeople’ not as clean or personal as Queen Jew’s original’¦but not bad either. She missed the last note but not by much.
Bo- Throwing darts at the song list came up with Pippen. I saw Pippen in the early eighties with William Katt and Ben Vereen’¦.and I can honestly say’¦horrible choice. Bo did his best with a unmelodic mess and maintained a steady 5th place.
Nikko ‘“ Climbs out of my bottom feeder staus…but not by much…too many runs’¦very weak start’¦and Paula’s quest to run up on the stage and spread her legs for him is starting to get on my nerves.
Turner ‘“ ‘œAs long as he needs me’ sung as a sultry R&B lounge singer was kinda neat…but she couldn’t hit the highs or the ending’¦so below par all around.
The Velvet Commie ‘“ AnnTonies ‘œClimb Every mountain’ as arranged by Andrew Lloyd Weber (his cheery soft rock updates grate on me) anyway’¦Fez finally finds a song gay enough to match his highs’¦but still was subpar in arrangement and execution.
Tard ‘“ Scott personal version of ‘˜Impossible dream’™ worked in his favor’¦but no one likes his favor anymore’¦so I pick him to go.