Jeremy Rosado is a really nice guy. That's what the American Idol judges were telling us over and over last night, with Randy Jackson pointing to the way Rosado comforted many hopefuls during opening auditions.
That's great and all - but it's never a good sign, show wise, when the panel is talking more about your heart than your voice.
Indeed, Jeremy didn't really impress with his vocals on a cover of "Gravity." It's certainly hard to see him advancing over such solid performers as Phillip Phillips and even the theatrical Colton Dixon. But at least Rosado can return to his medical supply job in Florida with his head held high.