Jacob Lusk is full of contrasts.
He's a sunny guy, someone who was a concierge at a spa and has spoken fondly of baking and pedicures; he also, when prodded, talks of bleak moments in his past. He's a church guy; he also spent three days in jail, charged with boarding the Los Angele Metro train without a ticket. He's a soulful guy with immense gospel talent; he's also tried to rein that in at times, with mixed results.
Lusk talked to reporters today, after being ousted from "American Idol" on Thursday. Here's the story I sent to papers: