'American Idol' Top 11: Hollie Cavanagh, Joshua Ledet leave everyone else in the dust

Ryan Seacrest kicks off the "American Idol" Top 11 by talking about Jermaine Jones' removal from the competition. We've got the full details about that over here.This week the theme is year they were born, which is one of our favorite themes. Probably because we like the music of the 1980s so much (though, as J.Lo cringed about, some are getting so darn young they were born, like, yesterday).1. Phillip Phillips, 1990, "Hard to Handle," Black CrowesHow sweet is his crying dad, talking about his health problems as a baby? Oh my goodness. And then he has to have surgery for his kidney stones? Yikes. Even if he doesn't sound good, he'll be fine. Phillip has to be one of the most popular contestants, so I'm not worried he's in danger. Which is good 'cause I like him. Also, spectacular song choice for his voice. It's a little more subdued than this song should be,...


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