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Alexandrea Lushington put a little of her own blood, sweat and tears into Blood Sweat and Tears' "Spinning Wheel."

“You blew the doors off that,” Jackson said. Abdul said it was very relevant and you could play it on the radio today. Cowell didn't get it.

Kady Malloy performed a not-so-groovy version of Toni Wine and Carole Bayer Sager’s “A Groovy Kind of Love.”

“That was like ‘Night of the Living Dead’,” Cowell said.

Asia'h Epperson was smoking on Janis Joplin's "Another Piece of My Heart."

"You did your thing with it. I was impressed," Jackson said. It was Cowell's favorite performance of the night.

Ramiele Malubay gave a classic performance of Dusty Springfield's signature song “You Don’t Have to Say You Love Me."

"You out-sung every single person," Cowell said.

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