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02-Feb-2020 16:02

Lil Rounds made it through again, despite drawing yawns from Simon for her Celine Dion cover. Though she seemed like she was over it, Joy still broke into tears as she watched her montage and buried her head as she got a long group hug from her fellow contestants, as well as Paula and Kara Dio Guardi.

Iraheta was not so lucky, though, done in either by her controversial Valley Girl outfit, or a not-great take on No Doubt's "Don't Speak." Not surprisingly, Adam Lambert made it through again, thanks to his rockin' version of Wild Cherry's "Play That Funky Music." Gokey also made it to safety again. Next week, the remaining eight contestants will sing songs from the year they were born.

And Cowell returned the favor, telling the bubbly 22-year-old that there was no way the judges were going to save her and they didn't care about her either. Before we could get to the good stuff, this week's Ford music video cranked up the creepy factor, playing mix-and-match with the contestants' faces and bodies, for a couple of gender-bending looks the audience won't soon forget.

The concert is divided neatly into two acts: The bottom six finishers perform their individual sets in descending order, essentially serving as a great big warmup act to the post-intermission appearances by season 8’s top four (the signed-by-19 trio of Kris Allen, Adam Lambert, and Allison Iraheta, as well as Danny Gokey).

It seems, however, that fifth-place finisher Matt Giraud failed to get the memo about his role in the show, as he performed his three-song set with all the energy and charisma of a headliner.

Alas, a rather unfortunate set of group numbers and a 20-minute intermission halted the energy between Matt’s set and that of third-runner-up Allison Iraheta, but the lag only highlighted the way the teenage rocker took the audience from zero to roaring after only a few raucous (and beautifully sung) bars of Pink’s “So What” (performed with guitar in hand and wind in her hair).

I’ll be honest that I didn’t take notes during Allison’s three-song set, and not just because I didn’t want to miss a second of her performance to find the pen I dropped on the ground in a fit of fanboy excitement.

And Cowell returned the favor, telling the bubbly 22-year-old that there was no way the judges were going to save her and they didn't care about her either. Before we could get to the good stuff, this week's Ford music video cranked up the creepy factor, playing mix-and-match with the contestants' faces and bodies, for a couple of gender-bending looks the audience won't soon forget.

The concert is divided neatly into two acts: The bottom six finishers perform their individual sets in descending order, essentially serving as a great big warmup act to the post-intermission appearances by season 8’s top four (the signed-by-19 trio of Kris Allen, Adam Lambert, and Allison Iraheta, as well as Danny Gokey).

It seems, however, that fifth-place finisher Matt Giraud failed to get the memo about his role in the show, as he performed his three-song set with all the energy and charisma of a headliner.

Alas, a rather unfortunate set of group numbers and a 20-minute intermission halted the energy between Matt’s set and that of third-runner-up Allison Iraheta, but the lag only highlighted the way the teenage rocker took the audience from zero to roaring after only a few raucous (and beautifully sung) bars of Pink’s “So What” (performed with guitar in hand and wind in her hair).

I’ll be honest that I didn’t take notes during Allison’s three-song set, and not just because I didn’t want to miss a second of her performance to find the pen I dropped on the ground in a fit of fanboy excitement.

We couldn’t hear what he said but I’m guessing it wasn’t what Simon was hoping for since he said that Gordon “doesn’t know what he’s talking about.” Ha ha!