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TVGuidecom readers rate the remaining wannabes

Shaun Harrison
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1 of 10 Frank Micelotta/Fox

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No. 10: Chikezie's bizarre harmonica playing and strange musical arrangement irked the judges and America into giving him a mere 0.9 percent of the vote.
2 of 10 Frank Micelotta/Fox

No. 9: Syesha Mercado moved up only .06 percent even after a lovely and much improved performance.

3 of 10 Frank Micelotta/Fox

No. 8: Ramiele Malubay continues to make poor song choices and ranks third from the bottom.

4 of 10 Frank Micelotta/Fox

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No. 7: Kristy Lee Cook has a serious fan following. After being in the bottom three for several weeks, she was spared once again and actually moved up three spots in the ranking after another mediocre performance.
5 of 10 Frank Micelotta/Fox

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No 6: Michael Johns stayed in the middle of the pack with 5.2 percent of the vote. Hopefully, he'll regain some of the confidence he had at Hollywood week.
6 of 10 Frank Micelotta/Fox

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No. 5: Jason Castro didn't move in the rankings at all, even with his cheesy "Michelle" performance.
7 of 10 Frank Micelotta/Fox

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No. 4: Carly Smithson was a surprise addition to the bottom three last week after singing "Blackbird." Luckily for her fans, she was the first to go back to the couch of safety.
8 of 10 Frank Micelotta/Fox

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No. 3: Brooke White's strange dancing to "Here Comes the Sun" didn't affect her ranking at all. She's still in a coveted top-three slot.
9 of 10 Frank Micelotta/Fox

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No. 2: David Cook consistently rocks the house and got major kudos from the judges, except for Simon, who called him cocky. Could that be what knocked him out of the top spot
10 of 10 Frank Micelotta/Fox

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No. 1: David Archuleta's "master class" performance helped him regain the top spot after a disastrous turn during the first Beatles week. He now owns 31.3 percent of the vote.