Round 2 of TVLine.com’s American Idol All-Time Greatest Performance Bracket Tournament continues today with a series of performances so memorable, all you need are the song titles to know which contestants sang ’em: “Heartless” vs. “Hallelujah”; “Imagine” vs “Living for the City”; “It’s All Wrong But It’s All Right” vs. “I Walk the Line.”
Yes, folks, it’s time to grab your Tums, ignore the impending sensation of agita, and get voting in the latest set of single-elimination faceoffs to decide which 16 Idol Moments advance to Round 3 of our 64-player tourney, which is composed of the most electrifying moments in the 10-season history of Fox’s ratings juggernaut.
Every day around 1:00 p.m. ET over the next few weeks, we’ll launch a new set of duels to the death that will have you joyously reliving your favorite Idol moments and weeping into your clenched fists over the fact that you have to choose between ’em.
Before you head to the polls, you may want to peruse these memory-refreshing links to the performances entering the ring this afternoon:
David Archuleta, “Imagine”
Taylor Hicks, “Living for the City”
Alex Lambert, “Everybody Knows”
Clay Aiken, “Bridge Over Troubled Water”
Kris Allen, “Heartless”
Jason Castro, “Hallelujah”
Michael Johns, “It’s All Wrong But It’s All Right”
Chris Daughtry, “I Walk the Line”
It’s gonna be brutal seeing four of those great Idol moments snuffed out before the Round of 16, no? So make sure the right choice is made by heading down to our polls to vote for your favorites (Round 2 voting will be open for 72 hours), and hit the comments to justify your picks.
And if you’re interested in the matchups we’ve got planned for the coming weeks and how the first four days of matchups played out, click here to check out the entire 64-player bracket (then click again for a zoomed in view), and sign up to follow me on Twitter @MichaelSlezakTV.