bikash EMBEDS Uche Ndubizu and Dimitrius Graham eliminated from 'American Idol' season 17 after Disney night, fans disappointed

bikash EMBEDS Uche Ndubizu and Dimitrius Graham eliminated from 'American Idol' season 17 after Disney night, fans disappointed

Though it was a happy theme, toward the end of the night, the stage was anything but happy when the season had to say goodbye to two contestants during a double elimination round

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01:59 PST | May 27, 2019

On Sunday night when 'American Idol' season 17 aired on ABC, we witnessed the Top 10 contestants battle it by singing songs from Disney's song catalog. Though it was a happy theme, toward the end of the night, the stage was anything but happy when the season had to say goodbye to two contestants during a double elimination round. 

For Disney Night, the contestants were able to choose from hundreds of iconic Disney tunes from over the years. The Top 10 contestants had 'Pitch Perfect' star Rebel Wilson mentor them for their performances. Judge Katy Perry also dressed up as one of the most popular Disney villains. Perry surprised her fans dressed as Ursula from 'The Little Mermaid.

The publication stated that Koike agreed that they are not right for each other and should immediately get a divorce. However, she wanted spousal support. According to the documents obtained by TMZ, the site quoted that she lost career opportunities during her long relationship with Cage and her reputation had been damaged by his allegations. She has also asked him to pay for her legal fees.

eliminated due to receiving the least number of votes from America. 

After it was revealed that the only two black contestants were eliminated from the competition, fans went on to allege racism and were disappointed that Uche Ndubizu was eliminated, especially after 

 



 

 

 

 



 

 



 

 

during her long relationship with Cage and her reputation had been damaged by his allegations. She has also asked him to pay for her legal fees.

That 'Cobra Kai' was renewed for a second season didn't come as a surprise, given the positive response that the first season garnered. The YouTube Premium show was not just a runaway hit, but an invaluable lesson on how to bring a famous franchise back to small screens successfully.

It's fair to say that 'Cobra Kai's success was definitely not a one-off.  The series worked well with the audience primarily due to the perfect blend of nostalgia, a solid foundation plan when it came to casting, directing and writing and making characters more relatable.

Instead of a typical good vs bad tale, 'Cobra Kai' maneuvered between the two elements. The show skillfully explained life's complexities in ten episodes. At the end of season 1, Johnny Lawrence, the teen antagonist in 'The Karate Kid' (1984), found a sense of purpose in his life. While there are instances when he has won, but there are moments when he's also lost. Pity.

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