Now, it's LaKisha Jones. She says her history in British music is "absolutely nothing." She says they narrowed it to "Diamonds Are Forever" or "You're My World." Lulu thinks the latter will be better. Ryan says if we want a hint about which she chose, "She's wearing about a million dollars worth of diamonds right now." She's also wearing a super-flattering green dress. She's still great, as usual, though some of the lower notes in the song seem to be giving her a little trouble. But she closes very strongly, with an amazing last note. Randy says it was a good choice, but that he didn't "feel enough LaKisha in it." Paula says she made the right choice, and "You're a very, very smart girl" because any time you are going to sing about diamonds, they will let you wear the real ones. Simon: "LaKisha, we know, and it's evident that you are a fantastic singer, however, this was LaKisha in 50 years time, in my opinion." He says everything -- "the hair, the dress, the mannerisms, the choice of song" -- was too old. He is on crack about the dress. Ryan asks if she is surprised about the feedback, and she says, "You take the good with the bad with the ugly." She adds, "If I sound like 45 years from now, I think I look good." Ryan asks what he doesn't like about the dress, and Simon goes: "Your subject!" Uh, dude, you brought the dress into it. Randy says she looks fantastic, but she needs to put a little more of herself in the song.