Ousted 'Idol' Contestant Lazaros Arbos: 'I Didn't Want To Win'
"American Idol's" last man standing says his end goal was to be on FOX's "Glee" instead.
"I didn’t want to win,” he tells Celebuzz after the show. “I want to get a record deal and be on Glee.”
“Lazaro, we love you,” Jackson tells Arbos at the end of the show. "You’ve been a treasure to the show but we’re not going to use the save.”
Record contract or not, it's undeniable that Arbos has come a long way since his audition in Chicago, overcoming his speech impediment by putting a cease to a stutter when he sings.
In fact, his compelling tale and his beautiful rendition of “Bridge Over Troubled Water” during the competition brought the whole place to tears.
“You’ve got this spirit that burns through your vocal so beautifully and I felt that tonight,” Urban told Arbos during one episode.
Now, five ladies will battle it out for the top spot. Since judges are running out of time to use their save, the best guess is that this bunch will stuck around for at least another two weeks -- or have the show revive its abandoned charity episode, “Idol Gives Back," as a way to deal with the schedule.
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