I will miss you Julia! If only you had tried a little harder!

‘Breathe’ Snuffs Out Julia
Julia DeMato’s luck ran out Wednesday night. The 23-year-old hairstylist from Brookfield, Conn., one of the bottom three vote-getters from viewers of Fox’s American Idol for the third straight week, was finally sent packing Wednesday night.
DeMato had sung Faith Hill’s Breathe on Tuesday’s country-rock program, and judges said she was slightly off-pitch.
Rounding out the three contestants were two Texans: Rickey Smith, 23, a student teacher from Keene, who sang Larry Gatlin’s I’ve Done Enough Dyin’ Today, and talent-show veteran Kimberly Caldwell, 21, of Katy, who sang Travis Tritt’s Anymore. Judge Simon Cowell called it her best performance.
Caldwell also has appeared on the syndicated Star Search and on the WB series Pop Stars, where she made it into the final 15.
Cowell conceded that he didn’t much care for country music, leading one to believe that he has never heard the classic Take an Old Cold Tater (And Wait).