"American Idol" - Hollywood Week- Part 2 - Feb. 7, 2013 It's solo day for the remaining 43 guys who made it through group round. If they want they can accompany themselves on their ... See full synopsis »

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"American Idol" - Hollywood Week- Part 2 - Feb. 7, 2013

It's solo day for the remaining 43 guys who made it through group round.

If they want they can accompany themselves on their instruments.

First up is Paul Jolley who is incredibly stressed out and talks way too much about being incredibly stressed out. He sings "Blown Away" by Carrie Underwood and he sounds just fine. The judges are making cuts after every 8 singers. We next see Lazaro Arbos sing Lady Gaga's "Edge of Glory." He is also nervous but sounds fine. And then Curtis Finch, Jr. who sings "Jar of Hearts" and just slays it. All three are put through from their 8.

From the next group we see Devin Velez. He sings "What a Wonderful World." He way overdoes the runs and the Mariah-esque hand gestures. He has a few control issues but mostly he's good, clearly a dedicated singer. We also see Gurpreet Singh Sarin aka the Turbanator who sings "Georgia on My Mind" and strums his guitar with it. And Cortez Shaw who sings "Sunny" and is a...

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