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Two Fil-Ams axed from AI

Two Filipino-American contestants, Bryant Tadeo and Bridget “Jett” Hermano, were eliminated during the Las Vegas sudden-death round of the reality talent search “American Idol.” Tadeo and Hermano failed to impress the judges. But last week, another Fil-Am, Adriana Latonio, made it to the Top 10 girls, who will compete with the Top 10 boys for the public’s votes  next week. Bayani San Diego Jr.


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  • http://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=100000955323268 Maria Aurora Zubiri Asido

    If I was a foreign Born contestant or if I was born In United states but my decendants are of foreign blood, I will not opt tp join American Idol, It is such a prejudice show, there were  lots of contestants
    in the past who deserves the Title American Idol butwere losers, because of reasons undescribable
    such as still too young, not presentable, etc. but there were contestants who made it gigantic even if
    they were not winners….. Lithgo ang the authorities should scrap their show, not worth watching it anymore…:-(



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