MIT is saved for last on "American Idol." Heejun Han and the guy they all call "cowboy" -- Richie Law -- are next.
But first, Richie stays behind and talks to the cameras about how he's gonna do his own thing, while the other group members take turns ripping on him. "He has a mouth but he doesn't have an ear, he doesn't listen," says Heejun.
Finally it's time for them to sing. Heejun starts them off on "Broken Strings" and gets a "beautiful" from Jennifer Lopez. Richie is nothing special. Then Phillip Phillips is next and has the judges smiling. Jairon Jackson ends weakly, but they all get through -- based on their body of work, according to the judges.
Richie tries to speak for the group at the end, but Heejun just cuts him off and deadpans: "I'm really sorry about what happened, maybe you'll see on TV but I said a lot of bad stuff about you... sorry that your parents will see."
Richie thinks he's really apologizing and tells him that took a lot of guts. He doesn't even get it when he's being mocked to his face, I guess.
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