Holds a slight edge over Sabrina Sloan for better hair and that dramatic on-cue drop to her knees during ''How Come You Don't Call Me.'' But the aloof La Toya London vibe will only carry her so far fourth place, to be exact.
Stood out among a bunch of mediocre guys for his smooth and restrained rendition of Keane's ''Somewhere Only We Know.'' Also appreciated: his decision to sing the words instead of car-sputtering sounds, and his ability to rock a sweater-vest.
Dear Frenchie and Mandisa, This is very hard for me to say, but I've decided to move on. You see, it's not you; it's me. Well, actually it's LaKisha. I hope we can still be friends. Love, Henry
In this backup singer's favor: indisputable hotness, a great first audition, and references upon request from Christina Aguilera and Anastacia. Against him: a penchant for singing Michael Jackson tunes not so well.
Oh, the humility even her last name sounds meek! But Mindy's ''Since You've Been Gone'' made us think of Kelly Clarkson's ''Since U Been Gone,'' which made us think: Are we looking at the next American Idol?