After many weeks of being in the bottom three and just barely escaping elimination, Elise Testone's luck finally ran out on American Idol when she received the lowest amount of votes and was sent home last night over Hollie Cavanagh and Skylar Laine.
The 28-year-old from South Carolina did not hold back when talking to reporters after her elimination about her experience on the show. And she revealed what she really thought about the judges.
Elise told OK! that the judges were not helpful at all, "I'd like to say that they were, but I don't really feel that way. I am sorry. I feel bad about it."
But why does Elise feel this way?
"It was just different for me," Elise said. "I am 28, so I'm young, but I feel like I have had an even longer lifetime of work because of how much I have done. I have learned so much so some things that they said didn't line up with things I have learned on my own, so I didn't feel that it was always helpful. I am not saying I know everything, but for the most part, I don't think that what they said always made sense. It's hard to judge someone and tell them who they are, when you don't even know who they are."
Ouch! Guess Elise isn't going to any of the judges for career advice in the future.
Do you think Elise deserved to go?
Reporting by Gena Oppenheim
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