The Top 8 on American Idol went to the movies.  Scotty McCreery stuck to his country roots and chose George Strait's "I Cross My Heart" from the movie Pure Country

Lauren Alaina took on Miley Cyrus' "The Climb" from Hannah Montana.  Producer Jimmy Iovine said she sang it better than Miley.

Stefano Langone, who was in the bottom 2 last week with Pia Toscano and expected to be the one going home, rebounded nicely.  He took on Boyz II Men's "End of the Road" from the Eddie Murphy film Boomerang.  Randy Jackson said it was his best performance yet and I'd have to agree.

Casey Abrams and James Durbin went against producers song suggestions to stay true to who they were.  Casey brought back the upright base for a jazzy take on Nat King Cole's "Nature Boy" from Moulin Rouge.

James Durbin closed the show with a screaming rendidtion of Sammy Hagar's "Heavy Metal" from the movie with the same name.  And heavy metal music it was

Haley and Paul could be in danger this week.  And I don't know if America got Casey's version of "Nature Boy."  My prediction last week was way off, so anyone could be going home tonight.  The first Idol winner Kelly Clarkson returns with  Jason Aldean to sing "Don't You Want to Stay."  Tune in to FOX at 8 tonight to see who is sent home.  If you miss it, we'll have your Idol update tomorrow morning.

So who do you think is going home tonight?

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