LOS ANGELES (LALATE) – Who got eliminated on American Idol results tonight April 17, 2014? Before tonight’s American Idol elimination results were announced, officials reminded news of what has happened this season. The judges have already used their “save”. And two contestants have already visited the bottom three namely three times before. American Idol results tonight for 4/17/14 left many guessing the fate of Sam and CJ. But who got sent home on American Idol results tonight, who got the American Idol elimination for 4-17-14, and did Dexter Roberts face a shocking elimination tonight?
American Idol result tonight for April 17, 2014 started with all eyes on CJ and Sam. Despite how well they performed this week and last, the two singers have both visited the bottom three in total three times each. CJ has dominated American Idol elimination predictions for three weeks. He has been in the bottom here each of the last three weeks consecutively. And while CJ delivered a strong performance last night, could he actually survive elimination for a fourth consecutive week tonight?
For Sam, he has been improving. He was strong American Idol last night and strong American Idol last week. Last week, Sam did not land in the bottom three. He last visited the bottom three the week that he was saved, on April 3. And what about the remaining singers on American Idol?
Jena and Dexter have both visited the bottom three before. But that was last month. Neither has faced elimination this month. Yet, one singer has been dominating elimination predictions since last night. It’s Jessica Meuse. She has never been in the bottom three. But last night, Jessica got the worse reviews of the judges this week.
Eventually, viewers were told at the twenty-minute mark in tonight’s telecast that Dexter Roberts was in the Bottom 2. Then, as predicted on LALATE, Jessica Meuse joined Dexter in the bottom two. And in final results tonight, eliminated on American Idol this evening April 17, 2014 was …… Dexter Roberts!
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