Danny: I forsee a red-hot future in the contemporary Christian genre for you, my friend. Love your voice, love your glasses, probably won't love the album you are sure to make even if you don't win Idol.
Scott: Dude, that was just bad. Bad song, bad guitar, bad singing. Bad. Bottom three.
Lil: I'm glad to know the backstory on your name, but sharing that information did not help your performance. You can sing, but you need to pull yourself together. Bottom three this week for you.
Anoop: I need to learn that if I think you're going to be awful, you're great and if I think you're going to be great, you're awful. When I heard you were doing "True Colors," my first thought was, "This cannot go well." Ha! How wrong I was! I loved it, although I found your sweater way distracting.
Allison: You are amazing. I could not agree more with the judges, though, that you need to find a way to connect with the voters in order to continue on in this competition. Contestants like you make me wish America voted against people rather than for them. I don't think people would vote to get you off the show, but not enough people pick up the phone to keep you on. My fingers are crossed that you make it through to the end.
Kris: What did you sing? Was it good? I can't even remember, I find you so boring.
Matt: What did you sing? Was it good? I can't even remember, I find you so boring.
Adam: Your performance gave me chills. It was beautiful and haunting and an absolutely perfect song for you.
So I predict Lil, Scott, and . . . um, someone else for the bottom three. Don't I have an awesome crystal ball?