As a member of The Hits during the group round the previous evening, Ashton impressed with “Hit Em up Style,” and in Round 3, she proved she can make it Vegas solo as well. Learn more about Ashton Jones here.
Guess it wasn’t such an original idea after all: Chris Medina and Carson Higgins battle it out with Bobby Brown’s “My Prerogative,” but both make it to Vegas.
Jacob Lusk’s notes were all over the place — in a good way. His unique take on “God Bless the Child” secured him a place in Las Vegas.
He may not have won any fans with his dismissal of Jacee Badeaux, but Clint Jun Gamboa proved he can sing and made it to the Vegas round.
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Since Scotty couldn’t sing his signature song, “Your Man,” he had to take a chance with “I Hope You Dance” by Lee Ann Womack. Though he botched the lyrics, his deep voice sent him through to the next round. TaTynisa Wilson struggled with the same song.
Branching out from his country roots, John Wayne Schulz sang Fleetwood Mac’s “Landslide.” His rendition impressed the judges enough to send him on to the next round. Learn more about John Wayne Schulz here.
Georgia cutie Lauren Alaina took on Aerosmith’s “I Don’t Wanna Miss a Thing” for the second time in the third round of Hollywood Week, and you could tell Steven Tyler was impressed:She’s going on to the next round. Learn more about Lauren Alaina here more
Contestant Haley Reinhart belted out an impressive version of "God Bless the Child" — impressive enough to wow the judges and sail through to the next phase of Hollywood Round.