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Welcome to another week of "American Idol," as the show begins to sweat under the pressure of filling two hours despite a reduced number of contestants and performances. The speculation is that in addition to this week's theme -- the nebulous songs from the "Idol" singers' idols -- performances, we're also going to be group numbers inflicted upon us.
I feel like a lot of the season is finally laying itself out.
Barring weirdness, Heejun Han, DeAndre Brackensick and Elise Testone will be the next three singers voted off. The judges wouldn't use the save on Heejun or DeAndre, but if the time is right, they may use it on Elise. If something really, really strange happened and Jessica Sanchez, Phillip Phillips, Colton Dixon or Joshua Ledet were voted out in the next three or four weeks, all would be guaranteed the Judges' Save, while Skylar Laine would probably get the save, unless she follows up last week's so-so performance with a couple more duds. That leaves Hollie Cavanagh somewhere right in the middle, unlikely to require the save, but also probably unlikely to get it.
Does that sound about right? Let's get down to tonight's recap: