I don't ever watch American Idol. The show just really doesn't do anything for me. However, this year I've tuned in on and off because I wanted to see the new judges. Bill is a huge Aerosmith fan, so we've read the band's autobiography, and we've been to at least 5 concerts.
When Chris Medina came on last night and we heard his story, my heart broke. I, with the rest of America, was cheering him on as he sang. Here's what we saw:
It's okay. Go get some tissues. Steven Tyler didn't need to say what he did to Chris Medina's girlfriend, but he did. They all shook her hand. I'm mighty impressed. All the judges did something they didn't have to do. I hope America saw that and learns to treat the handicapped like real people like the judges did.
Did you watch American Idol last night? What were your thoughts?