Why Top Final 3 could have been Kree Harrison’s final week on 'Idol'? Kree has continued to wow the audience with her country songs for weeks and she has remained steadfast despite the clear support Angie Miller and Candice Glover have been enjoying from most of America. But the22-year-old from Woodville, Texas failed to impress on Idol’s “make-or-break- episode and she is deemed as the least deserving hopeful to advance for the win on 2013 American Idol.
This week on Idol, Season 12, Kree had the following three song choices to convince the audience that she and not Candice Glover should go head to head with Angie Miller: Jimmy Lovine’s Pick: "Perfect" by Pink Judges’ Pick: "Here Comes Goodbye" by Chris Sligh/Rascal Flatts Idol Production’s Pick: "Better Dig Two" by The Band Perry
Round 1: "Perfect" by Pink Kree has failed to shine with this song which came out “perfect flat” in a number of times. This week is one week that Kree needed to shine but the odds were not in her favor as she delivered Pink cover, clearly disappointing the audience. They know it. She knows it. The Top Final 3 for Kree means having the perfect song choice. Could fans blame Kree on the first round? Or did Jimmy Lovine didn’t do a good job choosing the right song for Kree?
Keith: "You're a country girl and it doesn't matter what you sing." Nicki: "It felt very short to me," recommends that Kree wears flat boots to allow more movement on stage Randy: "You sounded good on it, but it didn't have a lot of pizazz to it."
Round 2: "Here Comes Goodbye" by Chris Sligh/Rascal Flatts If there’s anything that validate people’s choices to keep Kree until she reaches up to this stage on the reality show, it is this song Kree impressed on round 2 on vote night. Though she came flat again, on some notes, she captured the audience again with her performance as she expressed more passion into it and her voice is perfect for the country ballad. However the song had been delivered, audience could not help but think of the underlying tone played by the judges as they pick Kree’s second song - - as if telling the whole world that Kree is ready to go - - or has Kree embraced the message yet?
Nicki: "I am so super proud of you...I'm so happy for you. You sang it like a pro." Randy: "Words just don't express...We love all of you...That was unbelievably beautiful." Mariah: "I'm overwhelmed with emotion...There's something just so real about you." Keith: "It was the perfect song...you sang it just right."
Round 3: Idol Production’s Pick: "Better Dig Two" by The Band Perry Kree’s third song just nailed her fate on Idol. Either she knew where she stands and she was feeling the pressure on the last song in the most important night of her life : Kree was visibly catching her breath in most part of the song. This wasn’t the best way for Kree to end the night, for what could have been her last song on vote night on Idol. Like the judges’ pick, the message of the song may even have underlying tone on Kree’s fate on Idol. Could her last song mean her “death” on Idol race and she is going home this week?
Mariah: "I like the sorrow more than the anger. That's just me." Keith: "It didn't feel right for me." Nicki: "That's not your comfort zone. Whoever picked that for you should be stoned." Randy: "It was too ordinary for you."
Is Kree Harrison “too ordinary on Idol?” Why did she stay and Angie was sent home this week?
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