'American Idol': Top 8 Power List!
See Annie Barrett's ranking of the singers before ''Music of the Motor City'' week, then post yours
8. Devin Velez
American Idol | He's got a great voice, so why is he so forgettable? The long and winding road of Devin's Idol travels leads him to the bottom
7. Lazaro Arbos
American Idol | Last week's Beatles cover was a total disaster — ''bottom of the pile,'' according to truth bomb-throwing Jimmy Iovine. Still, I can't rank him last
6. Janelle Arthur
American Idol | None of her performances have really resonated for me, but maybe, as Jimmy mentioned, there's explosiveness in her restraint. But does restraint get people voting?
5. Amber Holcomb
American Idol | If last week's somewhat obscure ''She's Leaving Home'' was the wrong choice for Amber (she landed in the bottom three), you can bet she'll pick
4. Burnell Taylor
American Idol | He knows how to twist even unfamiliar songs into his own concoctions, and Burnell keeps delivering what Keith Urban calls ''the most instantly recognizable tone''
3. Kree Harrison
American Idol | The ranking of the top three girls (Kree, Candice, Angie) seems negligible at this point until one of them falters. Kree went first last week,
2. Candice Glover
American Idol | She's had the best performances of the last few weeks — "I (Who Have Nothing)," "Come Together" — and should be able to dazzle with
1. Angela Miller
American Idol | After last week's slam from Jimmy on her drama-kid theatrics, mark my words: Angie's poised for a "comeback" week. (And you never even thought she