Adam Lambert is going to sing "Born to be Wild" from Easy Rider. He tells Quentin he is going to do something electronic with it. Hmm, interesting. He works the entire stage, interacting with the band and the backup singers, but for me, it's more back to his theatrical side. I mean, it's interesting, and he hits every note, but it seems more like a stage show than a singing competition. Paula: "Take it all in, my dear. The reason, Adam, that you're shaking up this whole competition is that you dare to dance in the path of greatness. You do. And I'm going to tell you: Fortune rewards the brave, and you're one of the bravest contestants I've ever witnessed, ever." Simon: "Adam, I think you've got to learn to express yourself." Snerk. He says vocally, it was great, but at times it felt like watching the Rocky Horror musical, adding that it won't be as popular as last week's performance.