27 February 2013 7:02 PM, PST | TVfanatic | See recent TVfanatic news »

The second set of 10 girls sang for their supper tonight on American Idol.

And just like last week, only 5 of them will survive the Sudden Death round and go on to croon another week. The biggest issue I can see with the Sudden Death setup is that by grouping the singers and cutting after each group of 10, the judges may have sent someone home last week who is better than those who will perform this week.

Will that turn out to be the case? Let's find out...

Melinda Ademi is a returning Idol contestant from season 10 and music major in New York City. She sings Jessie J's "Nobody's Perfect" and it's awkward at times and pitchy in spots and not...uh...perfect. It's like she's trying too hard to be hard. It's not a great start to the night. Keith called it "a great way to start the show »

- miranda.wicker@gmail.com (Miranda Wicker)

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