Last week's double elimination on American Idol saw two more ladies voted off of the Idol stage. Thia Megia and Naima Adedapo failed to win over the voters, which is unsurprising, given the general pattern of voting from previous seasons (not to mention their bland and out-there styles, respectively), and the pair each gave their two cents on the show's massive voting block of teenage girls. Read on to learn more about African dance, Idol's one-room schoolhouse and how old people are technologically whack.
Last week we narrowly missed talking to Michael Lynche when the judges' save brought him back from the brink of defeat, but this week has given us an embarrassment of riches: two -- count 'em, two interviews with ejected American Idol contestants! Katie Stevens and Andrew Garcia failed to wow 'em in Elvis Presley Week, even with the help of Adam Lambert, so we schlepped down Lonely Street to the Heartbreak Hotel to get in on a press conference with the two singers. Here's what they had to say about the judges' frequent complaints, their early failures and successes and what Mr. Glamberace taught them.