The African-American Romance genre promises sexy, emotional, heartfelt, and romantic stories that reflect the values and dreams of African-American culture. As last night was double elimination night at American Idol so, the dream of becoming American Idol came ended for two contestants of Idol and names of these two unlucky contestants were Naima Adedapo and Thia Megia who tried their best to impress everybody on the show singing Elton John’s songs but their efforts went in vain and in the end of the show, the judges calmly asked both to leave the show. Though, Naima Adedapo is herself a dance instructor yet, she received the least number of votes at the show.
Though, the journey for both of these stars has come to an end, yet the other contestants have a chance to make their destiny via winning the show but what would you say hearing that the kids are busy enjoying romance in the house and they are paying less attention to focus on singing.


As the night was Elton John theme night so, everyone was asked to sing the songs of the same singer. The performance of Bay Area’s Megia was also not up to the mark and she also had to go home.
It was perhaps Simon Cowell who first raised the attention of people about it in 2004 saying the contestants were having sex in the home but at that time not so much people showed belief in what he was saying but this year, the situation is pretty different.
It is being said that Casey Abrams and Haley Reinhart are both enjoying off-screen romance and the reports are confirmed.





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