Born in 1987, Jacob Lusk stepped out of his comfort zone with Heart’s “Alone.” Genius, dude.
Born in 1994, Lauren Alaina brought it with her performance of Melissa Etheridge’s “I’m the Only One,” despite having the flu. She’s back!
Born in 1991, Casey Abrams chose to perform Nirvana's "Smells Like Teen Spirit.” Jennifer Lopez thought the performance was too "screamy screechy" and wanted the song to sound more pleasant. Randy gave Casey props for being so fearless with his song choic more
Born in 1989, Karen Rodriguez went for it with “Love Will Lead You Back” by Taylor Dayne. The judges thought it was an improvement over last week, but still weren’t blown away.
Born in 1993, Scotty McCreery chose to perform Travis Tritt’s “Can I Trust You With My Heart.” Although the judges loves his performance, Randy and Jennifer urged him to take more chances and to push himself further vocally.
Randy and J.Lo are convinced we have a "competition" and I agree. Tonight, just about everyone was vying for a slot in the bottom three.
The Top 12 busted out the awkward body language, bad song choices, sleepy vocals and that cursed "pitchy-ness" all i more
Born in 1990, Haley Reinhart took on Whitney Houston’s “I’m Your Baby Tonight.” While the judges were critiquing her performance, Ryan Seacrest helped Haley with her smudged red lipstick.
Born in 1995, Thia Megia sang “Colors of the Wind" from the Pocahontas soundtrack. Judges panned the performance and Randy Jackson urged Thia to take more chances in her song choice.