'Idol' Singers on 'Most Beautiful Woman' Jennifer Lopez
It's not every day you're praised by the "Most Beautiful Woman" in the world, unless you're an "American Idol" contestant.
After last week's shocking elimination of Pia Toscano, the remaining eight "American Idol" wannabes carried on this week, doing their own renditions of songs from the movies.
"Idol" judge Jennifer Lopez told them that she couldn't be tough on them because they were all "so damn good!" The contestants were backstage with "Extra's" Terri Seymour, basking in Lopez's admiration -- and looking at the singer/actress in her "Beautiful Woman" People magazine spread.
"That should be illegal," Lauren Alaina marveled. "The 'Most Beautiful Woman' in the world just told me I did a good job, so that's all that matters."
Alaina sang the Miley Cryus song "The Climb" from "Hannah Montana: The Movie," while Casey Abrams received a standing ovation for his jazzy take on "Nature Boy" from "Moulin Rouge." Stefano Langone, who has been in the bottom three two weeks in a row, came back with vengeance, nailing the Boyz II Men song "End of the Road" from the Eddie Murphy film "Boomerang."
"My goal was to make a mark, and before tonight I felt like I hadn't," Langone told Seymour.
Tune in to "American Idol" Thursday on FOX to see who will be voted off, as the contest narrows to seven.