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Jessica Sanchez Performs ‘Dance With My Father’ On American Idol – Video

Jessica Sanchez Performs ' ' On American Idol - Video

Tonight’s theme on American Idol is Queen Week and we will see the top six competitors take on two songs. One of which, of course, is a Queen track, while the other is from a song of their choosing. Last week, we said goodbye to Colton Dixon on the show and the competition is heating up.

We are recapping the show LIVE at this link, so check out the results as they happen!

Left in the competition are Phillip Phillips, Joshua Ledet, Hollie Cavanagh, Jessica Sanchez, Skylar Laine and Elise Testone. There are no more saves, so the contestants really has to bring it to avoid elimination.

On tonight’s show, Jessica Sanchez is performing her second song of the night, Dance With My Father by Luther Vandross.

WATCH THE VIDEO:

Our commentary:

Not a bad rendition of the song. This is more of her type of song to sing. Loving her glittery eyeshadow. Not bad at all. Definitely a better song than the Queen murdering she did earlier.

Judge’s commentary:

Jennifer: That may have been the best she’s heard that song sang. The tenderness and feeling and her vocal ability — it was the most beautiful she’s ever heard it.
Steven: He doesn’t think she can sing a song bad. Her voice is so much different than anyone else’s. It’s been a joy to watch her perform.
Randy: He’s amazed at the talent this year and they are all ready to jump on the charts. Jessica is truly amazing to him. She has the feeling in there and she’s making that connection. Congratulations.

What did you think of Jessica’s performance tonight? Do you think he has what it takes to be the next American Idol? Was this your favorite performance of the evening? Hit the comments with your thoughts!

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