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Jordin had a lot more to worry about than a bad hair day on Tuesday's "American Idol." But as two of the contestants are cut on tonight's results show was her last week's performance sufficient to spark her way to the next round?
The star of the evening was Blake Lewis who took a considerable risk with his rendition of "You Give Love a Bad Name." Randy Jackson praised the 25-year old for giving the most original "American Idol" performance.
Phil Stacey got little Simon love and despite what many had thought was a great job on the 1990 hit "Blaze of Glory" ended up being compared to a bad actor who is trying to audition for a singing role. Ouch!
The judge's antics again stole the show when he planted a light smooch on contestant Lakisha Jones' lips whom he had finally praised after weeks of harsh criticism.
Melinda was once again told she sang in a different league, while Chris Richardson got tepid reception for his version of "Wanted Dead or Alive."
Meanwhile, website DialIdol.com which predicts winners and losers on reality TV shows based on contestant elimination by phone predicts the following results:
Jordin Sparks (20.53 score, safe)
Blake Lewis (18.24; safe)
Phil Stacey (16.16; may get voted off)
Melinda Doolittle (15.85, may get voted off)
Lakisha Jones (14.7; may get voted off)
Chris Richardson (14.19; may get voted off)
The website uses special software to measure the busy signal on respective phone lines and predict the outcome claiming 87% accuracy of results.
Here are now the videos of last night's performances:
Phil Stacey: "Blaze of Glory"
Jordin Sparks: "Livin' on a Prayer"
Lakisha Jones: "This Ain't a Love Song"
Blake Lewis: "You Give Love a Bad Name"
Chris Richardson: "Wanted Dead or Alive"
Melinda Doolittle: "Have a Nice Day"
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