March 28, 2009 at 07:07 PM EDT

Ladies and gentlemen…Idolatry executive producer Jason Averett stayed up reeeeeallly late last night (hopefully he didn’t forget to eat dinner!). But let his sleep deprivation/delirium be your delight. Today’s Idolatry episode may not feature Kristen Baldwin slapping herself silly, but as my cohost Nicholas Fonseca and I discuss the highs and lows of Motown Week, a new and powerful threat to Allison Iraheta and Adam Lambert rises like a Phoenix from the ashes. Plus: Paula gets subversive! Press play, and enjoy!

More on ‘American Idol’
‘American Idol’ Recap: Oil’s Well That Ends Well
‘American Idol’: On the scene for Top 10 results night
Michael Sarver Q&A: ‘When It Ended I Could Smile’
Ken Tucker is loving the humiliation of the judges’ ‘save’
Reviewing American Idol’s Top 10 Motown Recordings on iTunes
‘American Idol’: Yep, the group performances are lip-synched. But WHY?
‘American Idol’ Recap: The Mo(town), the Merrier
‘American Idol’: The Poetry of Paula Abdul
‘Idol’ Cheat Sheet: The season so far…
‘American Idol’: Our Advice for the Top 13
EW’s ‘Idol’ Headquarters
Predict who goes home on ‘Idol’ next week!

You May Like