Lee DeWyze is up first as 'American Idol' cuts to four, goes to the center of the stage; no suspense here, he'll be fine. He admits he's his own worst critic, but says that's how he pushes himself to do better.

Simon says last night was the first time he thought Lee had really believed in himself and that he can win; credits Harry Connick Jr. And -- he's safe.

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