Thia Megia stays on American Idol, Karen Rodriguez gets voted off!

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Fil-Am Thia Megia is still competing strong on American Idol Season 2 despite a not so good performance last Wednesday episode.

The Top 12 finalists were asked to sing a song popularized on the year they were born and she sang the 1995 hit "Colors of the Wind", an Oscar-winning song from Disney's Pocahontas and was interpreted by Vanessa Williams.

But unfortunately, the judges didn't like it much. They found it boring.

Watch a video of Thia's performance here:


Luckily though, Megia didn't end up in the Bottom 3 during the results night on Thursday.

The 3 finalists who garnered the least number of votes from the viewers were Haley Reinhart, Naima Adedapo and Karen Rodriguez.

In the end, it was Karen who got voted off.

Karen was actually Mykiru's lowest-ranked finalist last week. Check it HERE.

And for this week, here's Mykiru's new Top 8 Ranking:


1. Casey Abrams (Previous rank: #1)


2. Lauren Alaina (Previous rank: #3)


3. Scotty McCreery (Previous rank: #4)


4. Pia Toscano (Previous rank: #2)


5. James Durbin (Previous rank: #7)


6. Stefano Langone (Previous rank: #5)


7. Jacob Lusk (Previous rank: #6)


8. Haley Reinhart (Previous rank: #11th)



In the Bottom: Thia Megia, Paul McDonald and Naima Adedapo.


Video and photos courtesy of FOX / upload courtesy of TheHumanSlinky


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About M.I.

Mykiru is an entertainment blogger, having been named recently as one of the Top 10 Pinoy Showbiz Resources in the Philippines. For 8 years now, Mykiru has been delivering the latest, the hottest and most trending issues in the country.
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  1. Thia Megia is not Fil-Am because both her parents are Filipino. She is just a Filipina born in the US. Fil-Am is when one parent is a Filipino and the other an American.

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  2. Hope I can watch American Idol, but I have to be sorry, our tube can't reach the channel not able. Hope our bet will win for our country. God bless the show.

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