Fil-Mexican American Idol contestant Jessica Sanchez got the lowest number of votes in the elimination episode that shocked audiences, which almost ended her dream of winning the talent show, ABS-CBNNews.com reports. Midway through her last chance performance of Deborah Cox's "Nobody's Supposed to Be Here" on the April 13 episode, Jennifer Lopez stopped her to announce that she, along with fellow judges Steven Tyler and Randy Jackson, had decided to use their one save for the season on her.

It was Jessica's first time to be in the bottom three. During performance night, she delivered a beautiful rendition of Jazmine Sullivan's "Stuttering," which earned her favorable comments from the judges.

"Dude, that was superb. That was, like, at the highest degree. To me, right now, you slayed the biggest fish of the night," Randy said.

Meanwhile, Steven Tyler said, "Every time I hear you sing, I forget where I am."

Joshua Ledet and Elise Testone rounded off this week's bottom three. Joshua got a standing ovation from the judges for his rendition of Bruno Mars's "Runaway Baby" on performance night. Meanwhile, Elise also got positive reviews for her take on Lady Gaga's "You and I."


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