'American Idol's' Top 4 Bring the Love, Ryan Seacrest Elicits Gasps: What You Didn't See on TV

May 16 [Wed], 2012, 11:43
After four months, there are four left on barbour jackets season 11 of American Idol. Who will emerge victorious? It’s a toss-up if ever there was one, especially after Wednesday’s two-theme episode, during which all of the last contestants standing -- Phillip Phillips, Joshua Ledet, Jessica Sanchez and Hollie Cavanagh -- brought their A-game. Viewers saw that on TV, what didn’t they catch? Read on for a view from inside the Idol-dome.
1. The judges’ entrance is welcomed with enthusiastic applause as Steven Tyler shuffles his way across the stage and Randy Jackson gives the rocker his proper due, bowing down as if to say, “we’re not worthy.”
2. Phillip’s video segment, during which the viewers were able barbour to relive his audition in Savannah, is greeted with applause nearly as loud as the opening. To assess the decibel level, Jennifer Lopez turns around and listens in awe.
3. With the last notes of Phillip’s “Have You Ever Seen the Rain” still ringing, Hollie claps for her fellow finalist from the side of the stage. It’s break time barbour jacket next and, as the stylists drape a necklace over her neck, the audience can hear Ray Chew practicing the beginning chords of Journey’s “Faithfully.”
4. Standing solo at center stage, Hollie turns around to watch her own video package featuring a painful first audition that ended in tears. She would later tell barbour coats, “It was good to watch because I see a lot of growth.”
5. As Hollie sings the Journey classic, Randy is feeling it, but Jennifer and Steven seem distracted, even chit-chatty at the judges’ table. No matter, by the end, J Lo comes around, and even gets a little emotional, as Randy show when he http://www.shopbarbourjackets.com faux fans her back to normal body temperature.
6. How does host Ryan Seacrest say job well done? With a double fist-bump and a supportive pat on the back. Hollie, all smiles after her first performance, seems to appreciate it.