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"American Idol" - Top 13 Results - March 10, 2011 Ryan tells us that 30 million votes came in last night. He tells us that the save is back in effect, it can be used one time before the top ... See full synopsis »
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"American Idol" - Top 13 Results - March 10, 2011

Ryan tells us that 30 million votes came in last night. He tells us that the save is back in effect, it can be used one time before the top 5.

Ryan informs us that Casey is sick in the hospital so he's missing from the group formation.

We get a video package of the gang arriving and moving into "Idol" mansion and being very excited and overwhelmed.

Group Sing: Medley: "Wannabe Startin' Somethin'"/"Rock With You"/"Black and White"/"Man in the Mirror," Michael Jackson. It's weird some of it sounds live and some of it sounds lip-synched? Maybe live microphones over recorded tracks? There's a lot of elaborate blocking for this one and the gang execute it pretty well. (Wonder how glad Casey is to have missed that.)

Ford Commercial: "The World," the group is in a cut and paste/collage world and they "build" a stage to sing on.

We get a video package of the gang going to the premiere of "Red Riding Hood." They meet some of the stars including Gary ...

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Written by Sean Combs, Jay Z, J. Cole, Alex da Kid & Skylar Grey
Performed by Sean Combs, Diddy Dirty Money, Skylar Grey
Produced by Alex da Kid & Jay Z
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