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'American Idol' Results: Pia Toscano's Elimination Makes J.Lo 'Angry'

April 8, 2011 (1:22 am) GMT
Jennifer Lopez, who is the only female judge on the show, is shocked upon learning that the New York native is voted off on Thursday night, April 7.
'American Idol' Results: Pia Toscano's Elimination Makes J.Lo 'Angry'

It seems that this season's "" outcasts Thia Megia and Naima Adedapo are right about they are being intimated by female audience. Following in their footsteps, Pia Toscano has been eliminated on Thursday, April 7 though she actually did well the previous night.

The bottom three are actually already shocking with Jacob Lusk, who impressed judges with his pick of 's "Man in the Mirror" on Rock and Roll Hall of Fame night, among them. The other place, meanwhile, goes to Stefano Langone.

Jacob is announced safe, making it down to Pia and Stefano. Some might think it should be Stefano since "wasn't jumping up and down" with his rendition of "When a Man Loves a Woman" by Percy Sledge on the performance show.

So when reveals that Pia is the one eliminated, the audience booed and the judges may be more disappointed. says with teary eyes, "I'm shocked. I'm angry," and Randy says he was mad, but they could not do anything since they already used The Save for Casey Abrams two weeks ago.

The live result show has former "Idol" Constantine Maroulis and performing. Additionally, "" star shows up to give "good advice" to the contestants.

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