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'American Idol' results: Top 3 revealed

Who's going to the semifinal after rock night on American Idol? We shall see.

Host Ryan Seacrest says 64 million votes were cast, more than any other non-final week.

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In non-results news, No Doubt, Daughtry and Paula Abdul are all performing this evening. But first, after they shill for Ford, the Top 4 perform with Slash.

During the conversations before the results, Danny Gokey reveals that he originally really thought he hit that last note in "Dream On," but that watching it back, he laughed the whole time because it was so, so awful. Then Allison Iraheta talks about her talking-back moment, and the audio cuts out for a second -- did she swear? Seems like maybe.

Paula Abdul is performing on the Idol stage for the first time. By which I mean that she is dancing. There isn't any real singing going on, that is for sure. There is when No Doubt comes out to do "Just a Girl," though. Why is Gwen Stefani doing pushups? Also, she has the same problem that Jamie Foxx had last week and when she throws the mic out to the audience for a response, they ... don't.

Finally, we get some results: Ryan recounts the judges' impressions from last night without telling anyone anything for a while. Kris Allen is safe -- and shocked.

Next, Daughtry performs its newest single, and Chris Daughtry relives his surprise ouster from AI back in the day. It was terrible, but he rebounded, as you may have noticed.

Results again: Adam Lambert is safe, too. So is Danny Gokey, so that means Allison Iraheta is going home. Awww, man ... on rock week? She was amazing last night. But at least we get to relive it when she sings "Crybaby" again.

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