May 3, 2013 9:44 AM EST
American Idol 2013 Final Four: Kree Harrison vs Amber Holcomb - Who Should Go Home?
American Idol 2013 Top 4 contestants enjoyed two weeks of live performances on the show, as no one was sent home last week. But someone is definitely going home this week. Who will miss the grand 'Idol' hometown visit in the Top 3 week -- Kree Harrison or Amber Holcomb?
American Idol 2013: Final Four, Part 2
Kree Harrison was on the top half of the results last week despite being heavily criticized by the judges for mediocre numbers. Amber Holcomb, who vocally eclipsed Kree in their cover of Adele's "Rumour Has It," was in the bottom two. This week, Kree appears again to have been No. 4 in terms of performance rankings. Can her voters beat Amber's voters again?
After dishing a brilliant performance of "My Funny Valentine," Amber Holcomb was overwhelmed with emotions. Idol judge Nicki Minaj, who also welled up in sympathy, reminded the 19-year-old that she can still make a name in the music industry post-Idol - regardless of the voting results.
Kree Harrison vs Amber Holcomb: Who will the voters send through to the Final 3?
Amber's take on "Just Give Me a Reason" by Pink was lacking in star factor, but her second number during the standards round was a showstopper. In contrast, both numbers dished by Kree - Carrie Underwood's "See You Again" and "Stormy Weather" by Lena Home - were rather lackluster overall. Who do you think should not be on American Idol 2013 Top 3?
The results last week will be combined with this week's votes. This means Kree already has one up over Amber. Thursday's results show will reveal the contestant better favoured by the voters.
Candice Glover and Angie Miller: The Final Two on American Idol 2013?
Both numbers by Candice Glover were the best of the night. In contrast, Angie Miller made some missteps in both of her numbers. However, these two appear to be safe in the top spots of the race now. Candice landed on the bottom two for the first time last week. Naturally, her voters would be more active this week to make up for that.
Miller has never in the bottom despite some relatively weaker performances in the past. Perhaps she has a large enough fan base to take her all the way to the finale. Could these two be the last girls standing for the title this year?
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