Time for the groups. Going on are the Stereo Stereo Hogzz, 2Squar'd, 4Shore, the Brewer Boys, and Illusion Confusion (who I'm not convinced we've even heard yet). I'm only counting five, but Simon says there's one place left, and it's going to the Answer. Hard cheese for Kingston, and Makenna & Brock. He's never going to tap that now.
Finally, the Over 30s. Of course they save the real career-killing for last. Elaine Gibbs, the grandmother, is named first. Also Tiger Budbill, who's going to miss the auction of his house if he doesn't lose soon. Leroy Bell's also in. Everyone's getting hugs from everyone in this category. They step right out of line, they don't give a shit. They either stay in the competition or they go straight to the nursing home. Then there's James Kenny, who I think we just met last night. The judges are really drawing this one out. Josh the Burrito Guy gets through, and I don't think he'll even be expected to pick up tortillas on his way to his judge's house. Christa Collins also goes through, and she collapses as theatrically as she dresses. Out in the lobby, Steve almost literally fingerpaints with her eyeliner. Dexter Haygood is also through, so that's another person's house he's going to be staying at. Both he and Paula break down in sobs, and L.A. tells Dexter, "You always thought it was over, and it's tie to start believing. He and Paula hug and cry, and I'm 93.45233% sure he was the guy she saved. So who gets the last slot? The stage still holds Audrey Turner, Siameze, and Gina Rene, but it goes to Stacy Francis, who's going to completely dehydrate if she doesn't stop crying like this all the time. The Over 30 losers have to pick her up off the stage so she can make it back to the lobby and cry into Steve's shirt. Now I see why he's wearing the plaid today. L.A. tells Gina that her brother made it, and she marvels to Steve, "He's gonna do it." Josh tells us this is great, but he needs to go to the end. Or at least be the guy whose exit shocks everyone and then he gets a career out of it anyway. James Kenny tells his cell phone, "Daddy did a good job singing, so he's gonna be on TV singing a little bit more, is that cool?" Sounds like it is. Aww.