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7. Hollie Cavanagh (Last week's ranking: 7)
Hollie's attempt to go upbeat with ''Flashdance'' left her all dressed up like an ice queen Muppet with no place to go but the bottom three Stools of Doom. The judges continue to lament her lack of emotional connection to the songs and inability to ''let go.''
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6. Elise Testone (Last week's ranking: 3)
''I Want to Know What Love Is'' was a swing and a miss on '80s night, and the judges' implication that she should have been the one to go home was a straight-up slap in the face to any viewer still hoping for a mature artist who's completely comfortable onstage and full of passion. (Those voters still exist, right? RIGHT?) I'm taking bets on whether Elise will cover an Adele song this week...again!
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5. Phillip Phillips (Last week's ranking: 1)
This middle-of-the-pack placement could be temporary, but Phillip's had two mediocre weeks in a row. And he sort of copped a holier-than-Idol attitude last Thursday by explaining that he doesn't like to ''go around touching people's hands.'' Clearly he hasn't read the show's rulebook. I don't know, yo. Is Phillip in it to win it? Does Phillip gotta have it? Then Phillip better be down with infectious diseases, dawg! Let's go, Phillip, pick it up!
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4. Skylar Laine (Last week's ranking: 6)
After dropping into the bottom three two weeks ago, the country rocker closed '80s night with a standout performance of ''Wind Beneath My Wings.'' But if that's her big moment of the season and she's supposed to be the country star...voters aren't going to wait around forever.
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3. Joshua Ledet (Last week's ranking: 4)
The quiet boy who loves to take us to church on show nights might do best to leave the gospel choir at home while attempting a song from the past few years. Stepping out of his comfort zone and letting his vocal acrobatics tumble around on their own could keep up the momentum he's created in the past three weeks.
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2. Colton Dixon (Last week's ranking: 5)
With a fresher, blonder animal atop his bobblehead, the skinny-legged Christian rocker is rejuvenated for eventual American Idol domination. His emo attitude and slick styling appeal to little girls, he's good on the piano, and he seems to have the judges wrapped around his little rat tail lately. THIS GUY'S GOTTA HAVE IT!
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1. Jessica Sanchez (Last week's ranking: 2)
I THINK THIS GIRL WANTS IT TOO, RYAN! Jessica should have the best chance at ''connecting'' on a current song of which she is a legitimate fan. (That's my hope for all of them this week — ''I'd never heard the song before'' cannot be your excuse!) Question is, will the 16-year-old expand beyond her Beyoncé niche? I still feel like I'm not sure what her supposed alter-ego ''B.B. Chez'' is all about...