In the end, not even J-Lo could save Jeremy Rosado. After earning a spot in the Top 13 via Lopez's wild card pick, the smooth-voiced 19-year-old became the first "Idol" contestant eliminated since the male and female contestants had been combined into one group.
For the 400th episode of "American Idol," the singing competition celebrated the milestone with the Top 13 taking the stage to perform the tunes of two singing icons, Stevie Wonder and Whitney Houston.
Two men singing Alicia Keys, two women singing Tom Petty: Literally the best and worst of "The Voice" as it moves from blind auditions to the battle rounds that pit singers against each other in front of their coaches.
Following two nights of performances from the male and female semi-finalists, "American Idol" returned Thursday night (March 1) to whittle the number of contestants down to 13. A few of the singers still standing may surprise you.
Janet Jackson, Pink, Katy Perry, Fergie, Britney Spears, Avril Lavigne -- the reported candidates for the two open judges' spots on Fox's "The X Factor" keep rolling in. But one of those artists apparently isn't interested: Jackson has taken herself out of the running.
"American Idol" has finally rolled into the voting rounds, in which fans control the fates of the remaining 25 singers on the show. If Tuesday night's male semi-finalist show is any indication, the decision in 2012 will be a tough one.
The final round in which each of the judges -- Christina Aguilera, Adam Levine, Cee Lo Green and Blake Shelton -- sets their teams of 12, the final additions relied on traditional vocal forms such as the blues to make the cut.