Naima Adedapo, the last woman to sing for the wild card spot on "American Idol," is doing "For All We Know," which means Julie Zorrilla, Lauren Turner, Rachel Zevita and Ta-Tynisa Wilson leave the stage. Their season is over.
It's a really slow, interesting, powerful performance. I think she's gonna be the wild card. She is actually different from all the others and brings something totally unique to the show. She deserves it and I'm sitting here listening to the whole thing.
She finishes big, and in tears. Her big fan Steven Tyler thanks her.
Our own Robbie Rosen is the last to sing for the wild card, which means Jordan Dorsey, Clint Jun Gamboa, Tim Halperin and Brett Loewenstern are all gone -- four of my bottom five from the other night, actually.
He's singing "Sorry Seems to be the Hardest Word" and it's a good pick. Very throaty, sincere and, even if a bit cheesy, it fits him and the moment. He just oozes charm. The audience loves it and judges are smiling, too.
"The Robbie that we fell in love with is back," Randy Jackson says. I think he'll be in, one of the two wild cards picked for the finals from the six who got to sing.