I'm really not an Andrew Lloyd Weber fan, so I was not excited about last night. And overall, after the performances, I remained not excited.
Syesha: Every week you surprise me by being good. Loved the red dress, loved the sass. I could totally see you on Broadway and hear you singing a Disney movie song.
David A.: Great, great, great. I don't know what Mr. Lloyd Weber and his purple cords were telling you about not singing with your eyes closed, though. I think it's fine if your eyes are closed. Of course, I think it would be fine if your eyes were open. Great performance, great voice. And nice Members Only-influenced jacket.
Brooke: Yikes, butterfly girl. I give you props for starting and stopping; I thought that was very brave. But that was not your kind of song, it's not your kind of music, and your nerves really showed. Bottom three.
Jason: Double yikes! That was just painful. And dude, seriously, do not admit that you didn't know that the musical Cats was about, well, CATS. What did you think it was about? Also: seeing as this was clearly not your genre, do not pick one of the most famous musical numbers of all time. Too much to live up to. Bottom three, I'm afraid.
Carly: Rock it, baby. I thought that was your best performance yet. You looked like you were having fun, you'd clearly managed to pull the stick out of your ass, and your vocals were great.
David C.: I didn't hear the same "red hot molten lava bomb" that Randy did, I'm afraid. I thought you were out of tune and out of your element, but I blame the genre. And maybe my ears, since the judges disagreed.
I feel almost certain that Brooke and Jason will be in the bottom three, but I'm not sure who the third will be. It's getting down to crunch time.