Syesha - I Believe. Holy SHIT. There's that star appeal I've been missing. Of course, I also think Fantasia is overrated, so the fact that all Randy and Simon could say was "it wasn't as good as Fantasia" was pretty high praise, as far as I'm concerned. :P
Jason - Somewhere Over the Rainbow. So, okay, that was the cutest thing in the world. Jason is the cutest thing in the world. And though I didn't quite get it (I vastly prefer the Me First and the Gimme Gimmes version of this song to any other), I thought he was great, and definitely redeemed himself for last week.
Kristy - Anyway. HAHAHA DIDN'T I TELL YOU GUYS? GOD IS GREAT, OMG. Oh, Kristy. At this point, it's kind of useless to say anything. It wasn't a bad performance, though she's not worth the laces in Syesha's shoes as a singer. But God? Is great.
David C - Innocent. Umm. I actually did not like that at all. There were a few brief "aha!" moments, but overall, it sounded too fast and garbled. I really hope he isn't in danger after this. D:
Carly - Show Must Go On. Another song that's one of my all-time favourites, but this time I didn't like it. She failed to connect with the song, IMO, she seemed stern rather than determined; I agree with Simon that she was almost angry. It was like a strict schoolteacher instructing her pupils, not like an artist relaying a part of what's difficult about her art.
David A - Angels. He's back at the piano instead of the silly dancing, which is good. I liked the performance, though I'm unfamiliar with this song. His voice is incredible, but this was neither here nor there for me, partly because I don't know the lyrics and I didn't know what he was singing once the backup vocals kicked in.
Brooke - You've Got a Friend. Okay, technically, she's good. But... boring. And did she HAVE to look so miserable? This is essentially a HAPPY SONG. You're not supposed to look like your puppy just died.