Michael Lynche: "A Man's World" - Big Mike kept a James Brown song from being catchy. How is that even possible?
John Park: "Gravity" - This fits for him, but it's not enough of a singer's song for him to be off on even one note. And he was.
Casey James: "I Don't Wanna Be" - Seems too low for him. I actually like him, but wasn't crazy about that song choice.
Alex Lambert: "Everybody knows" - Much better than last week's freakout. Nothing to write home about though.
Todrick Hall: "What's Love Got To Do With It" - I think he's actually a genuine performer, with legit stage presence. One big "eh?" on the song choice and arrangement.
Jermaine Sellars: "What's Goin' On" - could not dislike this any more than I do unless maybe Pee Wee Hermann was next to him doing sign language. No wait, that would make it better.
Andrew Garcia: "something by james morrison" - eeek. That was no good.
Aaron Kelley: "My Girl" - Good, but his face is still looking strained. Tanked the falsetto in the middle.
Tim Urban: "Come On Get Higher" - I am so over this hairstyle for the tween boys. It's like he loses his ability to have breath support so it doesn't seem like singing, it seems like aiming at notes with short arrows.
Lee Dewyze: "Lips of an Angel" - This guy has the authenticity that David Cook wished he had. Not sure he's as good a singer, but he's good.
So there you have it. And since last week I couldn't come up with the names of the girls, here are the three I like: Big Mike, Pretty boy, Gruffy. What do you think? Who's going home?