While the main topic of this article is the David Hernandez scandal (Pffft! – They say ‘scandal’, I say ‘way more rock & roll than Michael Johns’ tennis playing’), MSNBC’s Craig Berman also recaps Tuesday night’s show, listing Jason as one of the ‘stars’ of the evening.
Entertainment Weekly’s Michael Slezak is beside himself, using words like ‘botched’ and ‘transcendent’ to describe Jason Castro’s Hallelujah on Tuesday’s edition of American Idol. (Botched AND transcendent? Wicked!) By the by, he also called my Love Muffin in Waiting, David Cook’s, take on Lionel Ritchie’s Hello “thrillingly inventive.” I think I need to send him
Long before Tuesday’s Top 8 Males performance show on American Idol, beforeShrek’s charming use of the song (and The O.C., et al’s cloying overuse of it), there was Leonard Cohen. Michael Barthel from clapclap.org traces the history and incarnations of Hallelujah, with background information, song clips – and charts! – from its original release on
The Orlando Sentinel’s TV Guy, Hal Boedecker, calls David Cook’s “Hello” the performance of the night, but praises Jason’s “Hallelujah” as well. EW.com’s TVFan blogger adamb lists Jason as his #2 pick to make the Top 12 from among the male contestants. Chris from TV Fodder thought Jason bombed this week, but calls him the
Per The Huffington Post’s Michael Glitz, Jason “nailed it.”
030408 Jason Castro-Hallelujah (with intro and comments) Uploaded by castrocopia, with madlove for DM for the video
The first of what is bound to be many articles commenting on Jason Castro’s gutsy song choice tonight as the remaining eight male contestants competed for a spot in the Top 12. This Dallas Morning News item is mostly a recap of the show from one of Jason’s home state publications. I’m looking forward to
Because, much like my second or third place favourite, David Cook, I am a “self-indulgent little shit“, I am posting this pic of Jason with two of The Three Davids for my own pleasure. (The unseen David Hernandez is my other second or third place favourite. Depends on my mood at any given moment.)
This, according to MSNBC contributor, Craig Berman. Tell me something I don’t know. Disclaimer: For the time being, I can’t guarantee that everything posted will be fresh off the presses (this article, for example, was posted on MSNBC on February 19th, the night of Top 12 Males.) Everything’s going up as I find it. *Off
Paula is confessing her love for Jason again, this time on The Boston Herald’s online entertainment guide, The Edge.