Philippine Idol – 4th Elimination

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JoveFrancisco has all the juicy details on what went down or DID NOT go down Sunday night.
Inside the Philippine Idol Theatre in Megamall, I had a chat with Norgee (a PI staff member) while the PBA’s still on overtime. He said he heard about the complaints about the celfone networks. So nakarating na pala ang info sa mismong PI people. I told myself, uh-oh, I don’t think they will eject someone tonight because of this.

The first time nobody was eliminated, it was because of Milenyo’s effect on Luzon. Stress on Luzon alone. If we are talking about celfone network failure, mas malawak ito malamang kesa sa Luzon lang. Something that will surely affect the outcome of the voting.

PBA was on overtime, mejo restless na ang mga tao sa loob ng venue. Everybody’s anxious about the results. Before 8:30pm I saw some of the supporters still voting thru texts. The Idol hopefuls were in their positions already, they all looked tired, that or they were nervous (an insider said: more than being nervous, the hopefuls are tired and stressed already… but I must say, Jeli looked really ravishing tonight, my group was seated on the front row and we couldn’t help but tell Jeli that she looked fantastic! Too bad Jeli, you screwed up your lyrics sa group song tonight, una ka pa naman.).

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