JDA Eliminated From American Idol 2013 After Performing ‘Rumor Has It’ In Las Vegas


The results are in, both officially and from the fans, on last night’s American Idol 2013 Las Vegas Round 2. The consensus seems to be that the guys aren’t very good and that producers are swaying everyone’s attention to the girls.

I’m believing that, but then I think if that WERE true, then why didn’t they send JDA on to the Top 20 instead of eliminating him? He was one of the worst vocals of the night and they cut him. Maybe they thought Vote for the Worst would pick him up and carry him through for a bit.

So yeah, JDA’s version of Adele’s “Rumor Has It” was kind of fun to watch, but it wasn’t too fun to listen to. But that’s just my opinion. What did you think? Let’s take another look at and listen to JDA’s version of “Rumor Has It.”

So what do you think? Does JDA have what it takes to be the next American Idol?




  1. He was sensational, singing was original in his interpretation, staging is ” a star is born ” category, Randy perhaps should have his eyesight and hearing checked !!!!

    • Adam Lambert and Clay Aiken were both gay so that is not true…yes,he is more drag like,but Adam pushed that envelope.i thought Adam was fantastic.but i have been disappointed in his songs released on his own.

  2. He was the only person that was honestly interesting to watch, and this was the first episode of idol I have watched in 3 years. Ballad after ballad after zzzzz……….. Found myself fast forwarding a LOT.

    I don’t buy into the “he was too different” suggestion. This was four judges in the entertainment industry. If anything, Idol would have wanted him kept around because there are very few people that draw such clear “love or hate” lines in this world…i.e, Tim Tebow.

  3. JDA is one of the more exciting contestants. Having someone different on the show makes it exciting rather than having 12 balladeers singing with super-serious over-melisma. Yuck.

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