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Rockstar: Supernova, Week 4
Posted by Marc Rosenberg at 01:57:04 PM on July 26, 2006
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Zayra My apologies for my TVW absence during Week 3 of Rockstar: Supernova. We're back for Week 4, and we're wondering how Zayra (right) is still here. Will this week spell the end for the no-talent contestant? TV Watchers is hoping so, though Week 4 provides many (un)worthy candidates for the bottom three.

CLICK HERE to watch each performance, read the reviews below and tell us who YOU think should go on and who should go home. Please comment below on your favorites as well!

Below is a rundown of this week's winner's and losers...


Best of the Crop:

1) Lukas Rossi - Song: "Bittersweet Symphony" (The Verve) - This guy just gets it. Totally gets it. First off, a great choice of song. Second, he took it to another level of rock. Third, his on-stage presence is impeccable. Lukas remains my pick to win it all.

2) Magni - Song: "Heroes" (David Bowie) - While he wasn't all over the stage (and the band ripped him for that), his vocals were perfect and he delivered the Bowie cover with style.

3) Dilana - Song: "Time After Time" (Cyndi Lauper) - Ok, I've received some flack for ripping Dilana, calling her a one-trick pony, etc. I'll eat my words this week. Although it did not fall in the "rock" category Supernova is looking for, Dilana's rendition of this song was fantastic. She deserves to move on.

Middle of the Pack:

4) Storm Large - Song: "Anything, Anything" (Dramarama) - Storm has done nothing but deliver solid performances every single week. While I can't say she's flying under the radar, she is clearly doing enough to earn a return week after week.

5) Toby Rand - Song: "White Wedding" (Billy Idol) - Nice comeback this week for Toby. After falling flat last week, he rebounded with a great cover of the Billy Idol classic. The guys said it was his best performance. I don't quite agree, but it was solid enough to keep him going another week.

6) Dana Andrews - Song: "About a Girl" (Nirvana) - Clearly our surprise of the week. Dana is capable of carrying a rock tune! While this did have more of an unplugged feel to it, Dana did a pretty good job with this Nirvana cover. She definitely did enough to earn another performance, but the question remains -- can she rock?

7) Ryan Star - Song: "I Alone" (Live) - The tune from the Throwing Copper album was an improvement for Ryan, but he's still missing that edge necessary to carry Supernova on a full-time basis. Ryan, do you hear the footsteps? They're closing in...

8) Patrice Pike - Song: "Remedy" (The Black Crowes) - Great singer with an average week. This rendition of the Black Crowes cover simply lacked any fire. She's done it in the past, she'll hopefully be back to prove it next week.

9) Jill Gioia - Song: "Brown Sugar" (The Rolling Stones) - When Jason Newsted hopped on stage with Phil last week, it helped elevate his performance. Gilby Clarke helping Jill? Not so much. She was a complete turn-off on stage both performance-wise and, in my opinion, vocally. Same boring sound, different week. Luckily for her, there were at least three singers worse than her...

My Bottom Three:

10) Josh Logan - Song: "No Rain" (Blind Melon) - Logan went without the soul this week, and the song sounded like it didn't have a pulse. Logan is obviously a great singer when it comes to adding soul to his music, but he's just not right for this band.

11) Phil Ritchie - Song: "One Headlight" (The Wallflowers) - Other than last week, Phil's come to the plate with a laid back style on performance night. Bobbing head and all. And it's going to cost him soon. He'll probably have to step it up on elimination night again to stay alive.

12) Zayra Alvarez - Song: "Call Me" (Blondie) - My goodness, I have nothing constructive to lend to her performance. Please put this girl out of our misery and send her on her way. Her song selection is brutal and she just doesn't seem to get it.

Encore Pick: Lukas
Elimination Pick: Zayra

Tune into CBS tonight (Wednesday) to find out who earned the tonight's Encore performance, who ended up in the bottom three and who will be the second to leave the competition. And of course, we always welcome your favorites, bottom three and other opinions.

Happy Tubing!


Related Entries:
-Rockstar Week 2 Results
-Rockstar Supernova: Week 2
-Rockstar Week 1 Results
-Rockstar Supernova: Week 1

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