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Michael Lynche

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  • Michael Lynche American Idol: Former UCF player Michael Lynche saved by American Idol judges

     
    American Idol judges helped former UCF football player Michael Lynche pull a hail mary Wednesday night. Michael Lynche, 26, received the lowest number of votes and stood in the bottom two with fellow dad Andrew Garcia after performing songs from the...
  • Presenting your season 9 Top 12...

     
    More than 100,000 auditioned and it's come down to 12. Some might call it a travesty, others may point a finger to a VoteForTheWorst.com, whose sole purpose is to mess with the "American Idol" rankings (if that's the case, a job well done). A few might be...
  • Siobhan's dress, Tim's hair, the didgeridoo... Your 'Idol' burning questions, answered!

     
    Once again, we got a chance to speak to the remaining "American Idol" contestants after Tuesday's mostly stellar performance show. Naturally, we had to ask Siobhan about the story behind her dress. Ditto for Crystal's didgeridoo and Lee's bagpipe...
  • American Idol: Judges use save option to keep former UCF football Michael `Big Mike’ in competition

     
    Former UCF football player Michael Lynche dodged a bullet on Wednesday night's American Idol results show. Lynche, who is also known as “Big Mike,” earned the fewest votes among the final nine contestants. He was given the opportunity to a...
  • Season 9's first results show shocker -- for real

     
    It wasn't the first time Ryan Seacrest promised a "shocking" results show, but for once the drama lived up to the hype. Odd since many "American Idol" viewers found Tuesday's Lennon-McCartney-themed episode to be the season's best yet, even taking into...
  • Ann Powers: Really, America?

     
    I'm not going to bore you with a long-winded post about what it means that Michael Lynche, one of the two best pure singers of this "American Idol" season, got voted off this week. I rejoice that the judges decided to save him. You, readers, already...
  • 'Idol' results show minute-by-minute: Big Mike learns a little humility

     
    There's no doubt this season of "American Idol" has been unpredictable, but Michael Lynche's near-ouster truly came out of left field, at least for the studio audience on results night. We casually strolled into the "Idol"-dome on Wednesday, firm in our...
  • Ann Powers: Has 'Idol' gone too indie?

     
    I'm supposed to be on vacation, but I can't resist a little post on a subject that's been haunting me this week. We now know our Top 12, and some -- myself included -- are disappointed that two of the more idiosyncratic and intriguing performers, Alex...
  • Adam Lambert on his 'Idol' return, mentoring the Top 9 and Elvis

     
    Our music critic Ann Powers is already campaigning for Adam Lambert to be "American Idol's" next judge (we second that emotion) and the Twitterverse is already aflutter with praise for the Season 8 runner-up, the first former contestant to ever mentor a...
  • American Idol: Former UCF football player Michael Lynche tries to prove he was worth the save

     
    American Idol judges used their coveted save to rescue former UCF football player Michael Lynche from elimination on the popular music competition. As a result, two of the final nine competitors will be eliminated this week based on audience votes and the...
  • Ann Powers: Adam Lambert and Elvis give the Idols a little kick

     
    "American Idol" has its problems right now -- slipping ratings, an iffy Top 10, and Ryan Seacrest's mounting manic streak, which this week had him slow-dancing with Michael Sarver (off-camera, but he announced it afterward) and extolling the wonders of...
  • ‘American Idol’: Crystal Bowersox, Tim Urban do Elvis proud; Siobhan Magnus talks back persuasively

     
    “American Idol” tonight served up Elvis Presley, as interpreted by Adam Lambert. The results: more “Burning Love” than “Heartbreak Hotel.” But there was heartbreak, too. Lambert supplied the mentoring as the nine...