The music that accompanies the start of "The X Factor" (it's a famous piece, I don't know it's name) would make one think that the final three are going to have to vanquish lions before they turn on each, armed only with a small knife. Also, Nicole and Paula are dressed like extras from "Blade Runner." This is kinda scary. But let's get to the performances.
1. Josh Krajcik, "Uninvited"
Huh. I love this song, but this is a weird song choice for Josh. The song loses some of its power when not sung by a higher, broken female voice. But then Alanis Morissette is there. Um, this is weird. I thought the finale performances would be alone. Hmm. When they start singing together, »
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