The “American Idol” finalists were just revealed and I’m very pleased with who America voted for. Sure, Danny has a great voice and he’s got the charm and the sob story—he even kinda looks like Robert Downey, Jr.—but he seems a little old-fashioned for me. He actually reminds me of Taylor Hicks. There’s just something about him that is baduy, like an old guy trying to look young.

I, just like the other Kris Allen fans out there, am ecstatic (but not surprised) about how he made it to the final two. He may not be theatrical or overly blessed with amazing, jaw-dropping pipes, but he’s a total package that’s easy to sell. I think he sounds young and fresh (very now), and looks, of course, just adorable.

What’s giggle-inducing, even for a couple of seconds, is how the final two make up the Kradam love team (bromance is so yesteryear).

As for Adam, I never liked him. He’s just too much (in a bad way) for me. I look at him as a wannabe who has already internalized that he’s a star (yet tries to appear humble), but is unaware that he’s still got a long, long way to go. His make-up and clothes don’t impress me—everyone dresses like that nowadays. His voice I admit is powerful (duh) but I think he overuses it sometimes. I just get goosebumps whenever he screeches, and I don’t mean this as a compliment. It’s just not the same when Steven Tyler squeals like that dinosaur from “Jurassic Park” (or when Charice Pempengco sings in front of Americans). Despite all my hatred for him (I believe he’s overrated and actually very annoying), I know he’s going to win because there’s been lotsa love for him—from the judges to the mentors and just about everyone else—from day one. Even my mom loves him so much that she, who hasn’t voted for anyone in the whole AI history, picked up the phone and voted for Adam after he belonged to the bottom three.

I am not that excited about the finals, but I admit I am intrigued to see what Kris Allen will be performing. You’ve got to admit topping “Heartless” is pretty challenging.

And I can’t wait to see all the bromantic moments of the two.