Big-time things! The only problem left is who the voters gone for after a controversial show, because the jury split (2 to 1) on Haley Reinhart's catch on Michael Jackson's "Earth Song," with then more than a few audience perceived the hopeful's husky-voiced response to Jennifer Lopez and Randy Jackson's criticism to be on the impolite side.
It looked as if Haley was more frustrated and bewildered than something else, but did the voters notice attitude?
Nope! Or should they did, they didn't care, due to the fact Haley produced the top three, together with Lauren Alaina and spend time waiting for it...Scotty McCreery, the first time two girls have produced the top 3 because Jordin Sparks and Melinda Doolittle in season six.
So, it turned out the unexpected end of the road for James Durbin, who rocked the house week soon after week, consistently avoided becoming inside the bottom three and was "in it to win it" from your get-go.
Nevertheless the record (at this stage from the competition) 72 million votes that were cast didn't go his way, even though the judges (specifically Randy) thought he produced a amazing choice in deciding upon Journey's "Don't Quit Believin'" and then did an inordinately fantastic job with "Love Potion No. 9."
We loved "Love Potion," but we thought performing Journey's well-trod karaoke tune would have been a fool's gambit, and certain enough, America stopped believin'.
Anf the husband certainly did, although he capped off his run on the show regarding his cover of Paul McCartney's "Maybe I'm Amazed."
But currently Lauren, Haley and Scotty are going home in the jet.