Actually, I didn't like what she said the very first time she was chosen to become Top 25. She mentioned about being Asian American not Fil-Am. The fact is she is pure Filipino by blood but American by virtue of being a citizen. Duh! But that's okey because the next chance she got she corrected herself.
I hope she lands in the top 5 at least because I think she is good. Better than Jasmine Trias and also more perky. (Although I doubt it. She will I think be one of the first to go Sigh!) Nuff said.
Ramiele Malubay's moment in last week's 'American Idol'.
(Photo courtesy 'American Idol' website)
Here's one news item I like about her joining the Top 12:
Fil-Am Malubay Lands In 'American Idol's' Top 12
Malubay started strong in her first performance during the elimination round when she impressed judges Randy Jackson, Paula Abdul, and Simon Cowell with her rendition of "You Don't Have to Say You Love Me" by Dusty Springfield. Her next two performances were not as strong with the judges, however.
Still, Malubay got her share of the over 36 million votes cast to select the Top 12.
Malubay has been receiving tremendous support from the large Filipino community in the
Even in the