Chris Richardson is going to sing "Smooth," and as soon I hear that, I think, "Oh, of course." She helps him with his pronunciation of "munequita" (sorry I can't do the tilde over the n) and also suggests he move it up a half-step in pitch. When it starts, it feels a little too low for him. He's surrounded on stage by a guitarist and a drummer, which along with the rest of the band is kind of overwhelming his vocals. My experience trying to sing that song in my car (oh, shush!) reminds me that the song is in two completely different ranges. Rob Thomas somehow pulls it off, but I don't really think Chris did. The second part, the higher part, was pretty good, but that first section was kind of uncomfortably low. Randy says he was wondering how he would do the song and that "found himself" at the end and added the runs and that it was very cool. Paula, on the other hand, things it was a "hot, hot performance ... what am I going to say?" Simon says it wasn't the best vocal, but he preferred it to the first two because it felt more contemporary. So this is me and the judges on two totally different pages!