Cade Foehner's solo hits right note with 'American Idol' judges

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At the end of Monday's episode, seven singers were selected to continue in the competition, and Spring was not one of them. Sunday evening, it looks as if Layla Spring pulled to the forefront in this category, delivering a performance of Martina McBride's "Broken Wing". With dramatic cuts hanging over all their heads, the talents know that these short moments on stage revolve around much more than a lovely voice from the person standing in the "American Idol" oval. They gave a fun and peppy country performance with a lot of personality, Spring once again proving she is seasoned beyond her years.

When Ryan asks if Katy has always been mouthy, her dad simply replies 'yeah!' and before he gets a chance to say where she gets it from, ever chatty Katy interjects with: "YOU GUYS!"

Katy Perry has been absolutely stealing the show since she started judging on American idol, from befriending "wig" boy to giving another reluctant contestant his first kiss but this time the tables have turned on her.

Fonsi came back for a duet with Michelle Sussett, singing "I Can't Make You Love Me".

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Saucy Venezuelan singer, Michelle Sussett, got a taste of home, courtesy of a food truck stop secured by Bobby Bones. Katy Perry called that multicultural aspect her "ace", and encouraged her to use it wisely. She sang "If I Were A Boy" by Beyoncé and even though her voice was nice, it was not as good as when she belted out her high notes in the previous rounds. The soulful performance was so good it made "Katy Perry pass out", according to the show's website. Judges Katy Perry, Lionel Richie and Luke Bryan eliminated 5 of them based on the both performances.

"6-foot 5" Jonny Brenns opened up about needing a sense of family support since sneaking off for that first audition alone. She's got a presence that's so unique. Katy Perry credited that the selection was the "perfect song", and Luke Bryan added that the singer had "all the tools".

Michael J. Woodard chose The Beatles' "Golden Slumbers" for his solo and performed "Angel in Blue Jeans" by Train with train frontman Pat Monahan.

Brandon Diaz teamed up with Latin pop singer Luis Fonsi to sing Fonsi's hit "Despacito". The swoonworthy Cade Foehner is up next with Bishop Briggs. That's the question. But she sings with Jennifer Nettles effortlessly.