Nathaniel Marshall: Nathaniel agrees that he has been shown to be quite a drama queen, and he wants to show off more of the other facets of his personality. So to quell the drama queen image, he's going to sing "I Would Do Anything for Love (But I Won't Do That)." That'll work! Actually, it's a remarkably bland performance, all things considered. Simon: "Nathaniel, um, I think you probably would. ... Kidding!" He adds that the majority of people will think that was excruciating and uncomfortable, but that at least people will remember him. He says he was a little unfair, maybe, that he is fun. Randy asks about the song, and Nathaniel says he and his mom used to dance around the house singing it. Randy says it just makes it hard for them to figure out what kind of record he would make. Kara says if he wants to be taken seriously, he has to show off a more serious side of himself. But right now, she wants to go to karaoke with him. Simon asks his family how they liked it, and his grandma says she liked it and she is used to his singing. Paula: "Nathaniel, I love ... you know I love you. I loved you in Hollywood week because you were serious, albeit you had your guitar. You sang 'Disturbia,' and I thought that was a bold choice and it made you relevant. ... Here's the thing, this song, it was more like the Boy George version of this song and it takes the coolness factor away. And I love Meatloof ... Meat Loaf, excuse me."