‘American Idol’ fans ‘don’t understand the 14 most important choices’

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The 20th season of ABC’s “American Idol” has narrowed the field down to the top 14 contestants following Monday, April 18 episode of the show. Ten of the contestants were chosen by viewers, while four other contestants were saved by the judges.

With live shows officially starting next week, the stakes for attendees this season are higher than ever. The top 14 will be relegated to the top 11, another big cut for the competition.

With the pool going from 24 to 14 in just two nights, fans had some huge reactions to contestants being rescued and others being sent home.

Fans were confused by some decisions

As is usual with results based on votes, some “American Idol” fans were confused about the decisions made and who made it to the next round.

“Jacob Moran sings for the rescue”, one person tweeted. “I don’t understand this vote. He’s a vocal beast and was great last night. Pooh! I remember that was great and he sounds just as good on it tonight. Crazy vocals on this guy.”

another wrote, “then did it work?? wtf he had the worst performances. Football fans don’t vote for true music fans.”

“@AmericanIdol stop sending home those talented artists and keep those who can barely sing!” one person wrote. “Come on America, you can do better. You must have a hearing problem! #American Idol.”

Some people called the show “fixed.”

“This show is so manipulated” one person wrote. “I’m sorry, but what???? Half of the people who didn’t make it should easily be in the top 10.”

Some called for either splitting the show into two shows, one based on country music and one with all other tracks, or at least cutting out some country singers.

“When did #AmericanIdol exclusively hit the country?” one person tweeted. “What’s the point of having the other people around when it’s just about a country singer.”

another wrote, “I’m starting to think they should just break up
@AmericanIdol “Country Edition” to clear the way for a fair vote. Country fans vote on country artists who have fewer votes than other contestants, but that’s absurd. #American Idol”

Some even said the show was “ruined.”

“Once the country starts voting, the show is ruined…. Hmmmm… funny how this turns out. #American Idol,” reads a tweet.

Which artists made it into the top 14?

Here’s who made the top 14:

  1. Ava Maybee
  2. Christian Guardin
  3. Lady K
  4. huntress
  5. Dan Marshall
  6. Leah Marlene
  7. Nicolina
  8. Noah Thompson
  9. Emyrson Flora
  10. Fritz Hager
  11. Allegra Miles
  12. Jay Copeland
  13. Mike Parker
  14. Dreary Gresset

Here’s who was sent home:

  1. Cameron Whitcomb
  2. Katyra
  3. Cadence Baker
  4. sage
  5. Jacob Moran
  6. Ellie Rowe

“American Idol” Season 20 Schedule

This is what the rest of the currently known “American Idol” program looks like:

  • Sunday 17.4 – Top 20 of Season 20 (3-hour episode)
  • Monday 18.4 – Top 14 LIVE Reveal (First Live Episode)
  • Sunday 24.4 – Top 14
  • Monday 25.4 – Judge’s Song Contest (Top 11)
  • Sunday May 1st – Disney night
  • Monday, May 2nd – “The Great Idol Reunion” featuring fan favourites
  • Sunday May 8th – Top 7
  • Monday, May 9th – open minded
  • Sunday May 15 – open minded
  • Monday, May 16 – open minded
  • Sunday May 22 – Season finale, winners chosen

“American Idol” airs Sundays and Mondays at 8 p.m. Eastern and Pacific time on ABC.

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Brian Ashcraft

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