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The ladies had one last chance to shine before American Idol made its most brutal cut yet. And a fair number of them fully took advantage! Keith Urban was practically in tears watching Angela Miller belt out an original song called "You Set Me Free"—and he was first to give her a standing ovation. "Wow! If that was recorded right there, I would play that in my car. That's just a beautiful song," he raved. So, in the course of a minute, Angela went from meh to wow. Who else followed suit? Candice Glover, Janelle Arthur, Shubha Vedula, Juliana Chahayed and the jazzier-than-ever Zoanette Johnson, who accompanied herself on the drums, were among the »


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