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Simon Cowell's acid tongue came back to haunt him last night on American Idol. In a heinous turn of events, every Hawaiian household apparently did "vote five times to save" Jasmine Trias as the 17-year-old Mililani native made it through to the next round at the expense of frontrunner La Toya London! The result evoked boos from the audience and led to Paula Abdul's first major breakdown since Soundscan reported opening-week sales of 1995's Head Over Heels. London, however, remained upbeat. "I just want to thank you so much, thank you for believing in me," the 25-year-old class act told the crowd, before turning in a powerhouse performance of "Don't Rain on My Parade." London's exit narrows the competition to three: In addition to Trias, there's Diana DeGarmo and Fantasia Barrino. Meanwhile, if you have questions for Ms. La Toya, e-mail them to me via the link at the bottom of this page. Extra consideration will be given to those folks who write "Go Fantasia!" in the subject line.