Friday, May 4, 2012

Skylar laine

  • Skylar says goodbye on Idol [photo: Fox]Thursday night on American Idol, country-rocker Skylar Laine surprisingly went home in fifth place, ironically on a night when Idols all-time biggest country superstar, Carrie Underwood, performed on the show.
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  • And then there were four. American Idol is down to four finalists after Skylar Laine was booted in this weeks elimination.
  • (ABC News)
  • She had a good run on American Idol, but 18-year-old Skylar Laine is happy to be going home. Im just relieved. Theres no pressure anymore, Mississippi native Laine told Us Weekly post-show. Im sad, but I just want to go home to my family and my friends.
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  • Someone had to go home on American Idol on Thursday night, and certainly theres no shame in heading out in fifth place, especially this season.
  • (Los Angeles Times)
  • The aspiring country music singer, who finishes fifth on Idol season 11, additionally reveals her plan to move to Nashville to get closer to the home of country music artists.
  • (AceShowbiz)
  • Country darling Skylar Laine couldnt get enough votes to advance to the next round on American Idol. She, along with Hollie Cavanagh, were the bottom two on Thursday night, but Hollie lived to sing another day while Skylar sang her last. NJ.
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  • Skylar isn't letting her shocking elimination get her down, especially after hearing Steven Tyler's special words of encouragement.
  • (omg! on Yahoo!)
  • Skylar Laine was shockingly booted from 'American Idol' last night (May 3) after storming her way into the Top 5 and becoming a judge's favorite in the process.
  • (Taste of Countroy)
  • Skylar Laine was voted off American Idol Thursday night. She spoke with Good Day NY on Friday about her run on the singing competition. Skylar Laine was voted off American Idol Thursday night.
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  • "American Idol" results night opens with the remaining five Idolettes at a photo shoot. They are enjoying their little moments of fame and attention, posing for the cameras, primping in mirrors, then the title card drops.
  • (Washington Post)

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