'Idol' rode the trolley to San Francisco this week, and we definitely found some good, bad and even ugly auditions!
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Last night, 'American Idol' hit San Francisco, CA and brought us some great (and not-so-great) auditions. Let's kick things off this week with the good ...
The Good of San Francisco 'American Idol' Auditions
Bronwyn: Stefano Langone has not had an easy life, but the judges' choice to send him to Hollywood was easy! This boy can sing, and it's his spirit that will carry him through for a while.
Kate: I totally agree with B, Stefano had a great voice. I also liked Emily Anne Reed. Her voice is very different from what we usually hear on 'Idol' and I think she has potential.
The Bad of San Francisco 'American Idol' Auditions
Bronwyn: There's something to be said for a stage presence, but Drew "Transformer" Beaumier went TOO FAR! His voice wasn't horrible, but the gimmick was too much and he seemed so into the little spectacle that he even forgot the words.
Kate: I wanted to like James Durbin but I just couldn't. He was a bit too emotional for me and screamed a lot (which I'm sure is why Steven Tyler loved him!).
The Ugly of San Francisco 'American Idol' Auditions
There were two back to back really bad auditions that got quick "NOs" from the judges. We think that Kenneth and Weston were entertaining to say the least.
Check out some clips of our Good, Bad and Ugly moments. 'American Idol' airs on Fox on Wednesdays and Thursdays at 8PM ET.
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