'American Idol's' Lazaro Arbos: 'There's no way that 5 guys could've left in a row'

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lazaro-arbos-american-idol-top-7.jpg Lazaro Arbos has been making some interesting comments since being eliminated from "American Idol."

In an interview with TV Line, Arbos says, "There's no way that five guys could've left in a row. ... Not saying that they choose who goes home, that's not what I'm saying."

But he doesn't clarify exactly what he is saying.

Arbos also says of the judges giving him harsh critiques, "Sure, you've had your bad songs as well ... We've all gone through bad spots in our lives. We've all made bad records. Well, not me, but the people that sit there and talk."

He also has some opinions about women who are left in the competition, telling ABC News Radio while backstage at "Live with Kelly and Michael," "I'm not gonna say names and I don't wanna sound rude, but I think that one woman in particular is craaaaazy and she wants to win!  She thinks that we're in 'The Hunger Games' and she's fighting for her life. She needs to realize that it's not about winning."

He doesn't divulge which woman he is referring to, but later on "Live" he was mouthing "Vote for Amber" to the camera, so we're pretty sure it's not her.

What do you think, "Idol" fans?

Photo/Video credit: FOX