AI–Spivey Rankings

I must confess that last night… Shania was actually decent. There’s a first time for everything…

Here’s how I would rank them going into tonight’s cut based on total star potential…not just vocals.

8. Shanjaya – He’ll live on through tonight but is clearly the worst.
7. Haley Scarnato – Vocally overmatched despite knockout looks. She’s leaving tonight.
6. Phil Stacy – Best male vocalist…but weird looking.
5. Chris Richardson – Worst male vocalist, but chicks dig him.
4. Lakisha Jones – Great singer….
3. Blake Lewis – Cool dude…picks great songs…is likeable.
2. Melinda Doolittle – Without a peer vocally, but then there’s
1. Jordan Sparks — total package. Game, set, match.

Melinda/Jordan finale, and it’s anyone’s game.

Dr. Tim Spivey is Lead Planter of New Vintage Church in San Diego, California. He is the author of numerous articles and one book, "Jesus: The Powerful Servant." A sought after speaker for events, Tim also serves as Adjunct Professor of Religion at Pepperdine University. Tim serves as a church consultant, and his writings are featured on, Church Executive magazine, Faith Village, Sermon Central, and Giving Rocket.

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3 thoughts on “AI–Spivey Rankings

  1. I’m a little behind on my blog reading but, it was clearly time for Haley to go, although I was surprised it was this week. I thought Chris should have been in the bottom three over Phil and I really thought he would be leaving. His vocal performance this week was horrendous. And I agree with others, I think Blake is in the finals. He had THE best performance on Tuesday.

  2. Good call on Haley…she’s finally out, to the chagrin of every single 14-24 year old male (and probably some married ones, too). As for the finalists, it’s got to be Blake, Jordin, and Melinda. All Jordin needs is a “Somewhere Over the Rainbow”-like performance, and the competition is hers.

  3. You are wrong. It is a Blake/Jordan final with anyone’s game. Melinda doesn’t have the star quality that Blake does. Melinda isn’t marketable, Blake is. Melinda isn’t easy on the eyes, Blake is. Melinda isn’t original and contemporary, Balke is new, fresh and talented.
    My money is on Blake.