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Courtesy of the CW
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Kidzworld's recap for the episodes that aired Wednesday April 1, 2009:

America's Next Top Model

The girls were still steamed at Celia for calling out Tahlia at the judge’s panel on the last episode, so cattiness levels in the house were high. The fierce feelings were quickly translated into fierce looks on set as the girls worked their faces for a color-inspired beauty shoot. Full-body shots are a little daunting for Tahlia because of her burn scars, but she loves the camera on her face, so she totally killed this shoot.

Show Your Colors

The other highlight was Fo who rocked the red paint—the judges said she had a little Janice Dickinson in her eyes. (That’s a compliment, btw.) The judges thought Natalie’s face looked too round and Allison needs to work on her range—we love the bunnyrabbit teeth, but you need to mix it up, girl! In the end Celia and Sandra were in the bottom two—Celia for ratting out Tahlia and Sandra because her straight-on shot was boring. No model’s face is perfect but Tyra’s models have to figure out a way to make the audience believe that it is and ultimately Sandra couldn’t do that so Celia gets another chance. She definitely learned her lesson the hard way! Bye, bye Sandra.


American Idol

The top 9 idols—Adam Lambert, Megan Joy, L’il Rounds, Anoop Desai, Alison Iraheta, Kris Allen, Matt Giraud, Scott MacIntyre and Danny Gokey—united on stage to sing a stirring rendition of that karaoke favorite, Don’t Stop Believing by Journey. After the performance the audience was treated to two other acts—Lady Gaga opening with a slow piano rendition of Poker Face before translating the song into its familiar electro beats; and last year’s American Idol, David Cook, returning to perform his new single, Come Back to Me. After the song, Ryan Seacrest presented Cook with a platinum record for his debut album, which sold 1 million copies in just three months.


Megan Flew the Coop

Megan Joy was voted off tonight and her departing song was Turn the Lights Down Low (which she butchered). Simon said it was her swan song which is fitting since, when voted off, she squawked and flapped her arms like the birdbrain she is. “With the greatest respect that you said you don’t care, neither do we.” Amen, Simon.


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