Probably no viewer watching at home Wednesday enjoyed the women's semi-finals "Idol" show more than the 13 guys who performed Tuesday.
From the very first notes of the Adele song, Elise Testone lets Jen Hirsh know she might as well go home now.
Jessica Sanchez has been dreaming of this moment since she was 5 years old. Unfortunately, she's been hoarse all week.
Magrane plays the contemporary-Christian card early, with Kathy Troccoli's 'Go Light Your World,' a good, old-fashioned 'Idol'-style power b ...
Hayley covers the Eurythmics, but it's a nightmare. Randy Jackson has the guts to say so.
The judges think the Texas teen is one of the front-runners.
Baylie Brown is in a rough spot, following Skylar Laine. Especially when she doesn't have half the notes. Or half the voice.
Thank goodness for Skylar Laine. She comes up with the night's first imaginative cover.
"I want to take it old school," says the former waitress, who covers a Nina Simone/Michael Bublé hit.
Ryan Seacrest introduces Von Hugel as her mother's daughter: Need more evidence about why she's still here? It's sure not because of her voice. ...