American Idol: Season 6 Finale Performance Show - The Top 2
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See Jordin and Blake battle it out in the Top 2 performance show. Features a special performance by Chris Daughtry singing "Home." Also included is the Finale results announcement of the winner including Jordins first official performance as your American Idol®.
DISC 2 BONUS FEATURES:
Just Jordin an intimate look at the journey of the ultimate winner;
Being Blake a backstage look at the beat-boxing, charismatic Blake Lewis;
How to Audition for American Idol® Guide get advice from the top 12 finalists, the judges and producers on how to make it to the top;
- Top 2 finale performance show
- Just Jordin: An intimate look at the journey of the ultimate winner, Jordin Sparks
- Being Blake: A backstage look at the beat-boxing, charismatic Blake Lewis
- How to Audition for American Idol Guide: Get advice from the top 12 finalists, judges, and producers on how to make it to the top
Top Customer Reviews
I partially blame myself for not properly researching this DVD first, but I guess I just didn't expect that a DVD that claims to be the "Finale Performance Show" will have shaved off everything but 40 minutes worth. The runtime on this DVD was certainly deceptive. I suppose the 90 minutes runtime was both discs combined. What a disappointment. This finale show was one that had so many features I enjoyed so it was let-down just to see Blake and Jordan when I wanted to see everyone else too. Sure, some of the show was kinda stupid, but so much of it was just so entertaining and I wanted to see ALL of it.
So yeah...if you want JUST Jordan and Blake, then by all means, get this. It certainly does them justice I suppose. But if you want everthing else, best just hunt it out on the internet.
The weekly performances are high school amateurish at best save for the last episode where rock stars are invited to perform with the contestants.
These talented kids deserve better stage representation. American Idol might want to learn from X Factor. Performances are very slick, polished and really professional (to quote Ryan Seacrest). It's like watching actual rock stars at music award shows.
American Idol is better off exploring ways to improve it's presentation rather than spending time taking cheap childish shots at people. Make sense?