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The Guys Face Elimination on "American Idol"

Sherrill Fulghum Sherrill Fulghum
March 28th, 2013 11:11pm EDT

Eight singers performed on Wednesday night but only seven would survive results night on “American Idol”.

In it's 450th episode Idol alums return to perform and an Idol judge takes the stage.

The night began with the weekly group performance of “Old Time Rock and Roll” by Bob Seger.

This season Ford is sponsoring the Fiesta mission and this week's mission was mentoring kids with the gift of song.

In his weekly recap, Jimmy Iovine predicted that the guys would be in the bottom three and it would be Lazaro who would be going home.

After her show stopping performance of “Don't Play that Song” on performance night Kree got a special message from Aretha Franklin herself congratulating Kree on her outstanding perfromance.

Season eleven's Colton Dixon returns to the Idol stage to premiere his new single “Love Has Come for Me” from his debut album released in January.

One Republic paired up with season five runner up Katherine McPhee for a performance of “If I Lose Myself” from their new album “Native'.

Idol judge Keith Urban performed his hit “Long Hot Summer” and Mariah held up a sign proclaiming that she was Keith's number one fan.

When the results were revealed it turned out that at least part of Jimmy's prediction was true, all three of the guys were in the bottom. After a break host Ryan Seacrest announced that Burnell was safe as was Lazaro leaving Devin to sing for his life.

With only three weeks remaining to use the save, would the judges finally come together and save Devin?

His Spanish and English performance of “It's Impossible” failed to sway the judges and Devin was eliminated from the competition.



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