60s songs and Brit pop hits was this week’s theme, guided by the great Steve Van Zandt of Springsteen’s E Street Band.

Hollie kicked it off with “River Deep, Mountain High”.  This girl is in it to win it.  She looked relaxed, it was good energy, and I hope she makes it to the final!

Phillip performed “The Letter” with a twist on the melody with good results.  His style is his style; guitar, bluesy rock vocals and cuteness.  

“Fortunate Son” was delivered by Skylar with her bouncy high energy.  

“You’ve Lost That Lovin’ Feelin'” was provided as a duet between Phillip and Joshua.  A bit odd, but both did well.

Jessica provided “Proud Mary” complete with dance moves and spunk.  

“Ain’t Too Proud To Beg” was sung by Joshua with near perfection.  He was the closest to being a throwback from the 60s era.

Hollie returned with “Bleeding Love”.  There seemed a slight disconnect here and there, but her vocals were beautiful. Hollie deserves to be in the finals.

“Time of the Seasons” was smoothed out by Phillip.  The groovy tune worked well.  

The trio of girls sang “(Your Love Keeps Lifting Me) Higher and Higher” and sounded ok enough.

Skylar took on “You Don’t Have To Say You Love Me”.  The country twang was ever present and though she cracked at one point, she did hit a big note at the end.

Jessica sang “You Are So Beautiful” and though it kinda pains me to say, she sang it beautifully!  Loved it.

Joshua closed out the show with “To Love Somebody”.  Performance of the night!  Before the multitude of praises, Randi Jackson gave a shout out to the ailing Robin Gibbs, recuperating from a coma, and the Gibbs family.  

Who’s to say who will be eliminated?  Possibly Phillip is in trouble, possibly Hollie for her past stiffness, maybe even Skylar for her one errant note.  Every single vote counts, so keep your favorite in!  Tune in tomorrow night for results, and to watch Coldplay perform!

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