Who got eliminated on American Idol Season 10?

Perhaps more than the performances, the most searched about keywords during American Idol season are: “who got eliminated from idol?” “who is going home on american idol?” or “who went home on idol?”

Clearly, while millions tune to the performances, the rest of America and the world just wants to know who got sent home and who is left to compete!

Going into the finals, the cuts for the semi-final round is brutal. The top 24 performs for America’s votes and from there will only get the Top 5 guys and the Top 5 girls.

Fourteen contestants will lose their chance to become this year’s American Idol. However, the producers are putting a twist to this drama. The judges can and will pick 2 or 3 more people to go into the final round of the competition making the magic 12 or 13.

From there, one will go home each week. The top 10 lucky ones will go on tour nationwide in the Summer.

Come back here on Thursday and every Thursday thereafter to find out the results!!

UPDATE: We have the results below…

FINALE

SCOTT MCCREERY is the new American Idol!!

over 122 million votes! Lauren Alaina is runner-up.

Top 3

HALEY REINHART is ELIMINATED

Lauren and Scotty are in the Finale!

Top 4

JAMES DURBIN is ELIMINATED!!

SAFE:

  • Lauren Alaina
  • Haley Reinhart
  • Scotty McCreery

Top 5

Bottom Two:

Lauren Alaina

Jacob Lusk – ELIMINATED

Top 6

No Bottom three: CASEY ABRAMS is ELIMINATED

Top 7
Bottom 3

Jacob Lusk
SAFE
Stefano Langone- Eliminated
Haley Reinhart SAFE

Top 8

Bottom 3

  • Haley Reinhart
  • Stefano Langone
  • Paul McDonald – ELIMINATED

Top 9

BOTTOM 3:

  • Stefano Langone
  • Pia Toscano – ELIMINATED
  • Jacob Lusk

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Bottom Three:
* Naima Adedapo – ELIMINATED
* Thia Megia – ELIMINATED
* Paul McDonald SAFE

Top 11:
Bottom 3: Everyone’s SAFE!! Idol used the save on Casey Abrams!!

* Thia Megia
* Stefano Langone
* Casey Abrams

Top 12:

Bottom 3

* Haley Reinhart SAFE
* Naima Adedapo SAFE
* Karen Rodriguez- ELIMINATED AND GOING HOME

Top 13:
Bottom 3

* Karen Rodriguez
* Ashthon Jones – Eliminated and is going home.
* Haley Reinhart

Top 24:
Eliminated

  • Robbie Rosen
  • Clint Gamboa
  • Jovany Barreto
  • Jordan Dorsey
  • Tatynisa Wilson
  • Julie Zorrilla
  • Ashthon Jones wildcard pick
  • Kendra Chantelle
  • Tim Halperin
  • Naima Adedapo wildcard pick
  • Lauren Turner
  • Brett Loewenstern
  • Rachel Zevita
  • Stefano Langone

Top 13

  • Scott McCreery
  • Pia Toscana
  • Lauren Alaina
  • Karen Rodriguez
  • Jacob Lusk
  • Casey James
  • Thia Megia
  • Paul McDonald
  • Stefano Langone
  • Ashton Jones
  • Naima Adepapo

Results: Who got eliminated on So You Think You Can Dance 7?

The Top 11 of So You Think You Can Dance Season 7:

* AdeChike Torbert
* Alex Wong
* Alexie Agdeppa
* Ashley Galvan
* Billy Bell
* Cristina Santana
* Jose “Full Deck” Ruiz
* Kent Boyd
* Lauren Froderman
* Melinda Sullivan
* Robert Roldan

Check back here weekly to see who is eliminated until ultimately we get “America’s Favorite Dancer.” Results show are Thursdays at 9pm ET. Performances and voting nights are on Wednesdays, 8pm ET.

CONGRATULATIONS, Lauren Froderman!!!

Robert Roldan and Kent Boyd | voted off 8/12

Adechike Torbert | voted off 8/5

Billy Bell | voted off 7/29

Jose Ruiz | voted off, 7/29

July 22: no one is voted off!! They are eliminating two people next week!! Following Idol’s save?? What gives?!

Another week, another injury. Another dancer eliminated due to injury!!

Ashley Galvan, voted off 7/15

Alex Wong is eliminated from the competition due to a lacerated Achilles tendon.

He needs an operation and 3 months of rest. SYTYCD wants him to come back.

Voted off 7/8

Melinda Sullivan
voted off July 1

Cristina Santana

voted off 6/24

Alexie Agdeppa

voted off 6/17

Who Got Eliminated in American Idol Top 24 Season 9?

Watch out for this section.

This updates every week and fills in the eliminated contestant/s as soon as we get them until we reach the final three to reveal your next American Idol.

VOTE FOR YOUR FAVORITES if you don’t want to see their name/s here.

Top 24, Season 9

LEE DEWYZE is THE AMERICAN IDOL!!!

Crystal Bowersox is 2nd runner-up!!!

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Casey James, 27
Eliminated 5/19

Why, we aren’t surprise?! Idol’s been gearing a Lee-Crystal Finale for several weeks now…

Michael Lynche, 26

Eliminated 5/12

Aaron Kelly, 16
Eliminated, 5/5

Siobhan Magnus, 19!!!

Eliminated, 4/28


Tim Urban, 20 (Finally!!!!!)

Eliminated, 4/21 Top 10


Katie Stevens, 17

Eliminated, 4/14 Top 10


Andrew Garcia, 24

Eliminated, 4/14 Top 10

The judges used the save on Michael Lynche so no one goes home this week, April 7. Next week, they will eliminate two people.

Michael Lynche didn’t deserve the save. Didi Benami did. What a shame.


Didi Benami, 23

Eliminated, 3/31 Top 10


Paige Miles, 24

Eliminated, 3/24 Top 11


Lacey Brown, 24

Eliminated, 3/17 Top 12


Lilly Scott, 20

Eliminated, 3/11 Top 16


Alex Lambert, 19

Eliminated, 3/11 Top 16


Todrick Hall, 24

Eliminated, 3/11 Top 16


Katelyn Epperly, 19

Eliminated, 3/11 Top 16


Haeley Vaughn, 16

Eliminated, 3/4 Top 20


Michelle Delamor, 22

Eliminated, 3/4 Top 20


John Park, 21

Eliminated, 3/4 Top 20


Jermaine Sellers, 27

Eliminated, 3/4 Top 20

Ashley Rodriguez, 22

Eliminated, 2/25 Top 24


Joe Munoz, 20

Eliminated, 2/25 Top 24

Janell Wheeler, 24

Eliminated, 2/25 Top 24

Tyler Grady, 20

Eliminated, 2/25 Top 24

12/16 SYTYCD 6 America’s New Favorite Dancer is…

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Not Ryan di Lello. He is the first to go and is in 6th place. We are watching the show live and we’ll report the results as soon as we get them.

* 6th Place: Ryan DiLello
* 5th Place: Ashleigh DiLello
* 4th Place: Ellenore Scott
* 3rd Place: Kathryn McCormick
# 2nd Place: Jakob Karr
# 1st Place: Russell Ferguson

A more subdued and tamed Adam Lambert in a grey suit performed “Whataya Want From Me?” another cut from his album, For Your Entertainment.

Russell hurt his leg somehow and is crying in pain…

And now for the results!!

Wow! We never saw it coming! 20 year old Russell from Boston, Ma was the dark horse (no pun intended!) in the competition. We have our eyes set out for Jakob Karr. He should have been the winner but America is voting not just us. Still, Russell is an inspiration to any hiphop dancers. Congratulations! See you next season everyone. That season was fast, huh?!

Who Got Eliminated in So You Think You Can Dance 6?

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Who is out of the competition?

Check back here every week for the quick results! Performance nights are on Tuesdays and results night follow every Wednesday at 8/7 (central).

Vote for your favorites, every phone call counts… See you again!

jonathanlegacy_perezJonathan Legacy Perez . Eliminated December 9, Top 8

molleegray8Mollee Gray . Eliminated December 9, Top 8

nathantNathan Trasoras . Eliminated December 2, Top 10

noellemarsh10Noelle Marsh . Eliminated December 2, Top 10

victor+smalleyVictor Smalley . Eliminated November 25, Top 12

karen+hauerKaren Hauer . Eliminated November 25, Top 12

huntekevinKevin Hunte . Eliminated November 19, Top 14

cookechanningChanning Cooke . Eliminated November 19, Top 14

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Pauline Mata . Eliminated November 11, Top 16

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Peter Sabasino . Eliminated November 11, Top 16

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Bianca Revels . Eliminated November 3, Top 18

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Phillip Attmore . Eliminated November 3, Top 18

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Ariana Debose . Eliminated October 27, Top 20

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Brandon Dumlao . Eliminated October 27, Top 20

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Billy Bell left the competition after only one performance due to an illness. He was replaced by Brandon Dumlao who was consequently eliminated by a unanimous decision from the judges.

8/6 So You Think You Can Dance 5 Culminates, America’s Favorite Dancer Revealed

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CONGRATULATIONS, JEANINE MASON! America’s Favorite Dancer 2009, Season 5 of So You Think You Can Dance. You are our favorite dancer! We wish you the best in your dancing career. With 21.6 million voters also by your side indeed, you can dance!

To Brandon Bryant, Evan Kasprzak, Kayla Radomski you bested all others in the competition… Consider yourselves “made” guys! Kudos to all of you… Things are just going to get better from hereon.

Watch Evan Kasprzak’s Elimination, 3rd runner-up:

Watch Kayla Radomski’s elimination, 4th runner-up

Season 6 of So You Think You Can Dance premieres on Wednesday, Sept. 9th at 8:00-9:00 PM ET/PT. See you then!

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7/30 So You Think You can Dance 5 Results Night, get ready for your Top 4 finalists

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All right we are very pleased with the results. There’s no way we are watching the Finale without Jeanine Mason in it! We already lost Janette Manrara and she should have been in the finale instead of Kayla.

When it came down to the guys, Brandon and Evan (except for Philip Chbeeb) really have been the more popular among the guys so it’s no surprise to see them in the finale. Then again maybe Ade should have been in the finale.

In tonight’s results, we bid farewell to a Ballerina and a Contemporary dancer: Melissa Sandvig and Ade Obayomi respectively. We wonder if word got around about the racy photos Ade purportedly posted on a website mostly catering to gay men. Has executive producer Nigel Lythgoe knew about the photos and fixed the elimination of Ade to do damage control? Or the fans were turned off and did not vote for him. (Sorry we can’t post the link of the website here, we don’t want to be associated with it. You’ll just have to google it if you really want to see the alleged pics.)

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The show featured four of the Emmy nominated dances and it was a real treat to see them on TV again. Most especially we get to see the dancers who made the dance even more exciting. There was something off in all their dancing though and when we put up the video you’ll see what we mean. It wasn’t as smooth and flawless as we remembered it done. We even saw the live performances in the tour. Perhaps because it has been a while since they danced together as partners and we’re sure the rehearsal time was limited for them. Over all, it was great! Nice feat for SYTYCD if any of these dances do win the Emmy.

• Bleeding Love • performed by Mark Kanemura and Chelsie Hightower
Tabitha D’umo, Choreographer
Napoleon D’umo, Choreographer

• Mercy • Katee Shean and Twitch Boss
Mia Michaels, Choreographer

• Adam and Eve / Silence • Performed by William Wingfield and Jessica King
Tyce Diorio, Choreographer

• A Los Amigos • performed by Joshua Allen and Chelsie Hightower
Dmitry Chaplin, Choreographer

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We’ll see you on the Finale night! The finale show will be held LIVE at the Kodak theater in Los Angeles, CA on August 5th.

LA Times: SYTYCD 5 Jason Glover and Janette Manrara’s final words

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After their (some would say surprising) elimination Thursday night, “So You Think You Can Dance” contestants Jason Glover and Janette Manrara chatted Friday with journalists on a conference call about their experiences on the show.

Jason, on how he felt following Melissa Sandvig and Ade Obayomi’s emotional dance, inspired by a woman’s fight with breast cancer:
I was definitely prepared [to go home] because all the performances were really strong and I think that the piece that everybody will remember obviously was Ade and Melissa’s piece. I think that piece definitely stole the night. It overshadowed all of the other pieces and it was absolutely amazing. I think that it kind of threw everyone for a loop because I don’t think people were expecting to see something that amazing. We were standing backstage and we were like, “Oh, crap, we have to follow that up? Awesome. What do we do now? They’re doing a piece about breast cancer and now we’re doing a piece about death.” Not fun. But I think we just went out there and had fun with it. You can’t think about those things before you step onto a stage because if you do, it’s going to mess you up and it’s going to show in your performance. It’s not going to end up well. I’m very happy for Melissa and Ade to get a piece like that and they got to experience something like that on the show. It changed a lot of lives and affected a lot of people, so I’m very proud of them for being able to do that. I think it overshadowed a lot of the other pieces but, like I said, you can’t worry about that stuff. You just have to go out there and do your best.

Janette on her biggest competition:
I think all the girls this season were really good and very talented in different ways. I wouldn’t be able to pick out one. I’ve heard, because we don’t get to read blogs or anything, a lot of people were saying it would be between Jeanine [Mason], Kayla [Radomski] and myself. But Melissa was also a huge competition because she’s just so talented and so genuine and so very real. I think her personality comes off great through the camera because she’s just such a great person. And not having Randi [Evans] around definitely made us sad because she was such a great person to be around, too, and definitely a powerhouse dancer.

janet_catdeeleyJanette on her previous career as a loan officer:
I was a senior loan processor. I assisted in managing the loan processing unit for Northern Trust Bank and it’s nationwide so I dealt with customers all over the nation. I helped a couple of people get houses and businesses. I had a pretty solid position. I actually was doing very well with my job and it was tough to leave it because, you know, it was just very secure. I had a steady salary, steady benefits. I had an apartment. I had everything going for me before I left it for the dancing so it was scary to take that jump and come into this completely different career of dancing and TV and all that. You should have seen me at the office. All my friends laughed at me. I played music all day and I was in my desk, moving around at all times. We’d have like little luncheons and little corporate events that we do and for Christmas and the different holidays throughout the year and they would always be like, “Oh Janette, can you dance for us? Please? I really want to see you do a little something. Do a little something for us.” I was like, “I can’t do that in a suit.” I really got into dancing a little too late, unfortunately. I realized how much I loved it when I was 19 so I had already started working at the bank. I already had a full-time job and it was very difficult to make that transition. I had to actually quit my job and leave everything that I had and everything that I had known to come and be on this show. It was a major risk that I took but I think it was a risk worth taking. It just feels more like home to be on stage, dancing and getting ready and makeup and hair and all that than sitting behind a desk and filling out paperwork for other people.

On whether it was harder to be eliminated after choreographer Mia Michaels declared Janette her favorite:
Actually, it makes it easier to go home. When Mia said that, I was completely shocked and I couldn’t believe that she felt that way about me. Me not being a contemporary dancer and her being a contemporary choreographer, just made me feel very accomplished. It sucks that I couldn’t achieve what Nigel [Lythgoe] and I guess Mia wanted me to achieve. But at the same time I do go home with a sense of still winning. I still accomplished something great and I still reached a goal that I think a lot of other dancers would love to and might still reach. It’s bittersweet. It definitely did make it easier to go home when Nigel said that he felt that he wanted me to win this year. Hard and easy, yes. Both at the same time.

— Claire Zulkey | Los Angeles Times