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She totally killed it, but it was a biiiit shaky at the beginning — as Keith Urban told her, she had some breath control issues due to her adrenaline being totally jacked. Caleb Johnson, “Dream On,” by Aerosmith The first time Caleb sang an Aerosmith song, it went over like a lead balloon.
He totally biffed “I Don’t Want To Miss A Thing,” but it looks like Caleb doesn’t just have an Aerosmith aversion — I don’t even have words for Caleb’s performance of “Dream On”.
Jennifer Lopez was air-screaming the high notes, air-drumming the end of the song, and Harry Connick Jr.
reminded Caleb that his voice is also amazing when it’s low and tense instead of screaming all the time — not that that doesn’t have its place! Jena Irene, “Can’t Help Falling In Love,” by Elvis Presley In a wise move, Jena chose to sing the song that made Jennifer so emotional that she got up and kissed her!
Jennifer thought he was holding back, however — holding back a head bang, specifically, and that he needed to put more effort into singing emotionally than singing powerfully, as he was certainly belting by the end.
(Hollywood can tell you exclusively that JLo smells “really good” — you’re welcome for that.) This performance was even more emotional the second time around — Jena’s most amazing performances are always behind the piano, and while she shouldn’t necessarily just stay in her wheelhouse, I wish we had got to see more of it over the season! Caleb Johnson, “Maybe I’m Amazed,” by Paul Mc Cartney Caleb made another incredibly wise choice by choosing this song — it went over so well the first time, and it proved to Harry and to the voting audience that Caleb can, indeed, sing it soft and strong.
However, whatever she has been doing has been obviously been working for her, sooo… Like Jena before him, he sang this even better the second time.