Sanjaya Malakar is up next. Diana says he "is love -- I mean, you care about him." He sings "Ain't No Mountain High Enough." He starts right in with no intro, and she is concerned that he isn't on point or on beat. She tells him to get his "soul in there," and asks him if he can dance. He can hula dance! (Oh, wouldn't that be frightening on this big stage to this song.) Today, his hair appears to have been spiral-permed. In three weeks, he's had more hairstyles than Madonna had in three years! As usual, he sings so quietly, except for like four notes. He just doesn't have enough presence to work this stage or this venue. He seems like a nice kid, but he is out of his element at this point in the competition. Randy giggles and says he doesn't know what to say. Finally, "Dude, it wasn't very good." It really seems like this season, Randy has finally figured out how to deliver criticism when it's warranted. He still has to waffle for a while while he finds the words, but he has been finding them of late. "You know, thank God for the backup singers. That song was almost unlistenable for me; it was really weak." But ... "Hair Idol, you got it jumping off." Which is apparently the equivalent of Paula's "You can't sing, but you sure are pretty." Speaking of Paula, she says his smile warms people's hearts. She says he wasn't off pitch, he just needs to "jump out with reckless abandon and go." Oh, and she throws in, "You look adorable, though." Simon says, "When you hear a wail in Beverly Hills, that was Diana Ross watching this show." Everyone looks confused, and if they could hear me, I would be telling them, "That was W-A-I-L." Simon tells him he is very brave. Sanjaya tells Ryan he didn't even understand what Simon meant with the wail thing, and Simon clarifies.