Caleb Johnson had the opportunity to perform a song from his favorite band Rush with their hit “Working Man.” Watch Caleb “work” for America’s votes!
MK Nobilette offered something different with her performance of “Drops of Jupiter” by Train. Did her rendition of the hit allow MK to stand out from the crowd?
C.J. Harris continues to roll with his performance of John Mayer’s “Waiting On The World to Change.” Will C.J. earn America’s crucial votes to stay in the competition?
Sam Woolf had “Just One” shot to perform this hit song from the band, Blind Pilot. Did Sam Woolf’s performance wow our judges?
Emily Piriz made a bold move in tackling one of judge Jennifer Lopez’s hits with “Let’s Get Loud.” Do you think Jennifer was impressed?
The Top 12 lit up the stage while making their hometowns during "Home Week." Watch the best moments of the night as the Top 12 perform for America's votes!
Jessica Meuse felt that Dido’s song “White Flag” reminded her most of home. Take a look at her incredible performance!
Dexter Roberts continued his country ways with his version of “Lucky Man” by Montgomery Gentry. Check out Dexter's performance!
Alex Preston commanded the stage with his performance of Gavin DeGraw’s “I Don’t Want To Be.” Do you think America will vote for Alex to keep him in the competition?
Ben Briley felt at “home” with his performance of “Turning Home” by David Nail. Did Ben Briley do the song justice?
Majesty Rose performed “Fix You” from one of her favorite bands, Coldplay. Will America ensure Majesty is able to sing for another week?
Jena Irene gave an impassioned performance of KT Tunstall’s “Suddenly I See.” Will America “see” that Jena believes she has what it takes to be the next AMERICAN IDOL?
Malaya Watson felt as if she had the most to prove this week. Take a look at her performance of “Take Me To The King” by Tamela Mann
Citing Dave Grohl as an influence, Marion, IA resident Gabe Brown enjoys performing for others. Discover more about Gabe.
Having already sang with season 11 Idol finalist Joshua Ledet, Curtis Finch Jr. cites his equally spiritual background as his inspiration. Learn more about St. Louis, MO native that "loves to smile"
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