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"American Idol" - Results Show - March 26, 2009 We get a recap of last night. In the Audience: Group Sing: The ladies start with "You Keep Me Hangin' On." Scott and Matt join Allison and Lil ... See full synopsis »

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"American Idol" - Results Show - March 26, 2009

We get a recap of last night.

In the Audience:

Group Sing: The ladies start with "You Keep Me Hangin' On." Scott and Matt join Allison and Lil for "You're All I Need to Get To By" and then they all join in. But really none of them are singing, so again it doesn't matter. I HATE that they're lip-synching this year.

Ford Commercial: "Pocketful of Sunshine," Natasha Bedingfield. The kids roll up in a white room in two Fords and unpack panels for a mural. Once they've finished laying it on the floor it shows a field with flowers under a blue sky and sunshine and they drive off into it.

Performance: Ruben Studdard, "Together." Apparently, this is his new single. Sadly there isn't a single hook to be found. He sounds fine but it's boilerplate hand-clap r&b with no melody.

Results: Adam, Kris, and Lil are safe. Matt and Michael are in the bottom three

Performance: Smokey Robinson and Joss Stone, "You're the One For Me." Joss starts off this slow jam ...

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