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'American Idol' Results: Goodbye, DeAndre Brackensick

Wednesday night's "American Idol" was filled with totally radical renditions of '80s music, but unfortunately, another one bit the dust during Thursday's elimination round — and that someone was the falsetto fresh prince DeAndre Brackensick.

With the week's mentors, No Doubt's Gwen Stefani and Tony Kanal, and Jimmy Iovine urging him to lose his nerves, it appeared DeAndre took note as he owned the stage with his groovy moves, inevitable hair tosses and finally, for once, a finishing smile. The judges across the board praised his performance of "I Like It," with Randy Jackson claiming he could be a newer, 2012 version of DeBarge.

But when it came to Thursday's result night, America did not agree with the judges' praise. Neither did Iovine, calling DeAndre's act "the weakest of the boys" because he wasn't excelling as fast as powerhouse Joshua Ledet. Although Ledet and Brackensick have

Added: Apr-6-2012 Occurred On: Apr-6-2012
By: subin
Tags: American Idol, DeAndre Brackensick, Gwen Stefani, Tony Kanal, Randy Jackson, Jimmy Iovine, Myvoice, voice programme, singers, MTV news, DeBarge
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