Backstage with Emblem3, Khloe creates another of those awkward moments that are becoming her stock in trade by making one of them do push-ups for her. Then we're back in the auditorium as Simon introduces the all-girl Frankengroup formerly known as Lylas, but now referred to "for boring [read: legal] reasons" as 1432, pronounced one digit at a time, which somehow means I Love You Too. I'm not getting it. Maybe you have to say it in a Miss Othmar voice or something. We're reminded about how they were all brought back to life after their eliminations, and they talk about how grateful they are Simon's support for them. In a mentoring session, Simon does indeed say that the name Lylas is off the table for legal reasons, so they come up with 1432, which he goes along with for some reason.
They sing Taylor Swift's "We Are Never Ever Getting Back Together," which will be appropriate for them after they get eliminated and never see each other again. I have to give them credit for not doing a simple arrangement, though, splitting it all up into different pieces for all five vocalists. L.A. starts right in, first by saying they blew it with the name and then saying their version of the song was talent show. "The bad news is that your mentor really failed you, the good news is that there's hope." No, I think the bad news is that the Groups and Over 25s are afterthoughts caught in the crossfire of Simon and L.A.'s petty little feud. Britney gives a brief, anodyne compliment, while Demi says they shined at Simon's house, but only one of them stepped up tonight and they need more practice together. Simon tells them they're fantastic, as though he's not really telling L.A. instead.
Khloe and Mario come out, and Khloe asks Demi who was the good one. Demi tries to ignore her in favor of introducing her next performer, but Khloe shouts over her and repeats the question, which Demi defers answering until she abruptly points to the indistinguishable white girl on the end next to Mario. So now we all know.
Demi's Willie Jones is coming up next. We see him arriving with the other members of the Top 16 at the contestants' mansion, which is a far cry from his home in Shreveport. He's feeling a little intimidated by the girls and women he's competing against, given that he can't hit some of the notes they can.