If Joshua can have a game-changer, this could be it. He takes a song he doesn't know and delivers a masterpiece.
Jessica Sanchez chooses one of the most overdone songs on this show and sings it wonderfully.
Skylar Laine's moving in on Hollie's turf, covering Dusty Springfield's "You Don't Have to Say You Love Me."
The three girls cover Jackie Wilson's '60s classic "(Your Love Keeps Lifting Me) Higher and Higher."
Phillip funked up "The Letter," but he keeps The Zombies' "Time of the Season" low-key
Whatever Hollie's doing different this week, it's working for her. 'You're peaking at the right time," Randy says. "This is perfect timing."
More than any other singer, Joshua reminds me of the Temptations' David Ruffin, so it's great to hear him take on one of his songs.
Jessica Sanchez wants to do that bar-band favorite, Proud Mary. "We all hate it, but it has nothing to do with you," says Little Steven.
This duet didn't do either singer any favors. But the judges seemed to dig it.