'American Idol' interviews: Why were the Top 4 performances so emotional?

One of the most notable features about the second week of the "American Idol" Top 4 performances was the emotion. Each of the four remaining singers -- Kree Harrison, Candice Glover, Angie Miller and Amber Holcomb -- showed more seriousness (and occasionally tears) throughout the night. What was going on? We asked the girls to explain right after the show.Amber was easily the most emotional of the four, crying openly during one of her judges' critiques. "Yes, I cried like a baby!" Amber told us. "I think it was just the pressure, it all hit me. Because, I mean, I'm constantly in the bottom, and I feel like when I do a good job I'm still on the bottom. This week, it just hit me -- the bad critiques and everything."In addition to her personal worries, Amber noted that the competition is getting fiercer in these last weeks before the finale. "We still love...


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