Last is Anoop Desai, who is going to sing "My Prerogative." Yes, he sang it in Hollywood, but we the viewers only saw about 15 seconds of that, so I'm totally OK with the repeat. The cheering is out of control. Simon says it's been a strange night, then calls him an enthusiastic dog. He says it wasn't the best vocal ever, but people really like him. He adds that they have to "cast" the rest of the Top 12 and include some personality. Randy says he did better with this performance, that he's OK with repeating if people slay songs, and he did. Kara says she doesn't usually want to get up and dance, and she wanted to this time. Paula says he is a showman and that he whipped out some "nasty" moves, but that everyone loved his performance. She says he has to pick the right songs. On the way to the break, Anoop says he wants to say to the folks in Chapel Hill that he knows they are having a tough day, "but we're all thinking of Eve." If you don't know what he's talking about (I didn't at first), I think it's the anniversary of the shooting death of the UNC - Chapel Hill student body president, Eve Carson.