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'American Idol' Eliminates Haeley Vaughn and Three More

March 5, 2010 (3:25 am) GMT
America has voted but the teen girl did not have enough to put her through the next round, therefore joining Jermaine Sellers, John Park and Michelle Delamor as the outcast.
'American Idol' Eliminates Haeley Vaughn and Three More

For giving bad performances two weeks in a row, Haeley Vaughn, Jermaine Sellers, John Park and Michelle Delamor have all been sent home. "" viewers voted that these four should not advance to the next round. The ninth season is now wilted down to eight guys and eight girls.

The departure of Haeley, Jermaine and John were somehow expected since they received nasty comments from the judges this week. But Michelle actually got praises from and . Kara called Michelle's rendition of 's "With Arms Wide Open" her favorite performance while Simon applauded her effort of not choosing a safe song.

Dodging the bullet and given another shot at the competition are thus Tim Urban and Didi Benami. The former has been criticized for not being good enough yet garnered votes for his looks. The latter was on the verge of tears when hearing the judges' comments on this week's performance.

Before announced the names who departed this week, the Top 20 teamed up for a lip-synch of ' "I Gotta Feeling". Next week, the girls will perform on Tuesday, followed by the guys the day after.

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