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July 26, 2005



I think J.D. runs a risk of getting to the bottom three as well. He sung off key, he lied and gave lame excuses; not sure how many fans he will have after the last two episodes.

Mari Ann

While JD is talented, his over-talented verbalizations (attitude) will be his undoing. Too, JD has proven he had difficuty working within a group. Rather than collaborating on the group song writing effort, JD chose to stand on his own which created a loss for the group as a whole. In short, JD has must be the star. Question, "Is JD what INXs is looking for?"

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