Michael Lynche could mutter his way through this Jack Sparrow-style and be fine.As it turns out, he did a perfectly fine take on the song, although maybe I would have liked him to be a little less of a Mick Jagger-wannabe jumping around.I liked Didi Benami's version of this, although the emphasis on "FI-YAH" like Jim Morrison every time seemed a bit affected.It think the big ending would have been more effective if she had saved all the emphasis on the word until then.“There’s many, many times where I've watched the show back, and I'm absolutely appalled,” Cowell confessed in an episode of “Life Stories” (excerpted in The Mirror).
– Jhene Aiko“Hold On, We’re Going Home”[Bridge]According to Rap Genius: The girl that Drake’s talking to only plays coy as a tactic to get guys hooked onto her; but Drizzy’s worked out that this is an act, and points out that she acts like she wants him and gives him teasing peeks of her wild side when they’re together.
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How will one of the most-derided "Idol" Top 12 lineups in recent history handle songs by one of my favorite bands? I suspect that if Adam Lambert was horrified by Susan Boyle's version of "Wild Horses," his delicate ears may want to steeer well clear of tonight's show.
By Wednesday, insiders confirmed the upcoming bombshell and claimed it’s even bigger than first thought.
“It’s more twisted than anyone knows or has suspected,” a source said. According to the report, there’s more than one woman — and even a few men — who shared a bed with the Sheen and Mueller.