Tuesday, May 11, 2004

'Idol' competition is down to fab 4



The Cincinnati Enquirer

The four remaining American Idol contestants - all women, two of whom judges dubbed "divas" for their dazzling past performances, will compete against each other in a disco-themed show tonight.

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Clockwise from top left: Fantasia Barrino, LaToya London, Jasmine Trias and Diana DeGarmo.
Fantasia Barrino, LaToya London (the two "divas'), Diana DeGarmo and Jasmine Trias will boogie oogie oogie under flashing strobe lights at 8 p.m. (Channel 19) on the Fox show. You'll have to wait until tomorrow night to see which of the women didn't make last call, when one is ousted from the competition after America votes following the show.

Guest judge tonight is Donna Summer, who made headlines in the 1970s with her disco renditions of "Love to Love You, Baby" and "Hot Stuff."

Last week, New Orleans native George Huff was ousted from the competition after he failed to impress judges and voters in a big band-themed show.




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