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Jessica Sanchez Proves Herself With ‘Fallin" + ‘Try a Little Tenderness’ on ‘American Idol’

“Jessica doesn’t deserve to be in the bottom three if she sang ‘Yankee Doodle Dandee,” mentor Jimmy Iovine said of Jessica Sanchez on ‘American Idol‘ tonight. Sanchez was nearly booted from the competition last week — she got a second chance after she was saved by the judges — but she made a triumphant comeback with covers of Alicia Keys‘ ‘Fallin” and Otis Redding’s ‘Try a Little Tenderness.’

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Skylar Laine Countrifies ‘Born This Way’ + ‘I Heard It Through the Grapevine’ on ‘American Idol’

If Season 11′s rocking country girl Skylar Laine wants to make it country, baby, it’s okay. She was born that way. She countrified two non-country songs on ‘American Idol‘ tonight (April 18) during both her performances. The contestants were asked to perform a modern song as as well as classic soul tune this evening and Laine did what she does best.

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Phillip Phillips Had Jennifer Lopez Screaming ‘Yes! Yes! Yes!’ on ‘American Idol’

It was double songs all the way on ‘American Idol’ and who better to sing a double than the guy with a double name? Phillip Phillips started his “final seven” battle with some delicious ‘You Got It Bad’ by Usher. And now we’ve all got it bad, and can’t wait for our chance to meet up with Phillips in the midnight hour after his ‘In the Midnight Hour.’

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Elise Testone Not Emotional Enough on ‘American Idol’ Covering Alicia Keys + Marvin Gaye

Elise Testone found herself in the bottom three once again last week, and this week she seemed more than determined to stake her claim in the competition and get herself off that lower rung. After joking that Testone seems to have a vacation home in the bottom three, Jimmy Iovine encouraged the vocalist to nail it this week.

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‘American Idol’ Hopeful Hollie Cavanagh Takes on Adele + Dusty Springfield

Hollie Cavanagh was challenged to sing a new and an old song on tonight’s episode of ‘American Idol.’ Each contestant was tasked with performing a hit from the 21st century in the first round of performances, and the Top 7 had to do live renditions of soul classics for their second (it was actually modeled after the late Dick Clark‘s program ‘American Bandstand’).

For her first song, our favorite British gal from the Lonestar State kicked off the show with Adele‘s ‘Rolling in the Deep,’ and Cavanagh sang Dusty Springfield’s bluesy ’60s hit ‘Son of a Preacher Man.’

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‘American Idol’ Recap: Top 7 Perform Songs from 2010 to Today

On tonight’s (April 11) episode of ‘American Idol,’ the Top 7 brought songs from 2010 until today. While we did a double take at first because 2010 seems like, well, yesterday, it turns out quite a few great songs have been released in the past two years. With Akon coming

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‘American Idol’ Judges Think Phillip Phillips Could ‘Give a Little More’

Every time Phillip Phillips takes the stage, the shriek of the audience seems to get even more high-pitched with teen girls going gaga for those baby blues and that laid-back, shoot-the-breeze style. This week, though, Phillips failed to charm the judges with Maroon 5‘s ‘Give a Little More’ (though Jennifer Lopez still insisted over and over “You know I love you!”)

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‘American Idol’ Recap: Top 8 Tackle the ’80s

On tonight’s episode of ‘American Idol,’ the Top 8 tackled the ’80s. While the ’80s is a fun decade, full of excess and larger-than-life-ness, the Idols focused on the ballad side of the spectrum. Again, it was a little snoozy, with slow song after slow song. The producers wisely paired the contestants up for duets that were sprinkled throughout the individual perfs, to add some life and livelihood to the proceedings.

Here is your PopCrush recap on how the Idols had their way with the ’80s.

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Colton Dixon Revamps Cyndi Lauper’s ‘Time After Time’ on ‘American Idol’

It’s down to the Top 8 on ‘American Idol,’ and tonight, contestant Colton Dixon was tasked with singing a song from the ’80s.

Instead of picking something from the alternative rock genre, which definitely seems to be the genre Dixon is most comfortable with, the 20 year old went with Cyndi Lauper’s pop ballad ‘Time After Time.’ However, he couldn’t resist giving the classic a rock twist. 

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The Wanted to Perform on ‘Idol’ Next Week

Brace yourself, ladies. The Wanted will be making a special appearance on ‘American Idol‘ next week, the band confirmed on their official Twitter page.

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‘American Idol’ Recap: Contestants Perform Songs by Their Personal Idols

Tonight’s (March 28) episode of ‘American Idol‘ featured the nine remaining contestants performing the songs of their own personal idols. It’s a smart the

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Joshua Ledet Pours His Heart Into Mariah Carey’s ‘Without You’ on ‘American Idol’

When Joshua Ledet revealed that he would (bravely attempt to) sing Mariah Carey‘s version of ‘Without You’ on tonight’s (March 28) episode of ‘American Idol,’ season advisor Jimmy Iovine immediately stated that it’s one of the five hardest songs to sing in popular music. Yikes. Whatever the case, it was Ledet’s selection since the Idols were allowed to perform songs by their personal idols. So, did Ledet make a mistake with his choice?

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