Recap of "American Idol": Two contestants are voted out, and judges give out advice and hugs.  

The judges' criticism of "American Idol" Season 22 is intensifying as the competition nears the Top 10, and vice versa.  

Twelve finalists worked with mentor Meghan Trainor to perfect their performances of #1 singles on Billboard, in the hopes of persuading viewers that they should be in the Top 10.  

Runner-up in "Idol" Season 7 16 years after it first aired, David Archuleta, 33, returned to the program that helped begin his career to perform his most recent single, "Hell Together."  

Following her audition performance of Billie Eilish's "What Was I Made For?", the platinum ticket recipient—whom Bryan remarked "may be the winner of 'American Idol'"—took to the piano (again) and boldly covered "All Too Well" (Abi's Version) by Taylor Swift.  

Roman Collins was the most courageous person to perform a Perry song in front of the pop sensation this season. But it appeared to be worthwhile.  

Starting at the piano, the 24-year-old worship leader revealed a new side of himself. He has soared through the season with his onstage charisma and vocal range that could blow a theater roof.  

The master of singer/songwriter performances behind a piano or guitar, Sam "Kayko" Kelly-Cohen, astounded the judges with a massive rock version of Gotye's 2011 hit song "Somebody That I Used to Know."  

At one point in his performance, Kayko had the judges standing up, and the three of them rushed up to give him a bear embrace as he sung his last notes.All Richie could say was, "Wow, wow, wow!" Outstanding for someone who was a "accident," an accompanist who didn't plan to try out for the role.  

The April 12, 2024 Edition of Your Daily FinanceScope 

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