Andrew Garcia has decided to sing "I Heard It Through the Grapevine," and he forgets some of the lyrics while singing with Miley. She wants him to try it without the guitar, and he agrees to take the risk. During his performance, I just kind of lose it for a minute: How many times have the judges told the contestants in the past few weeks that they are trying to prove their currency and relevance as recording artists? And they could pick any No. 1 from 1958 until what, last week? I just don't get the song choices -- or these arrangements, either. I mean, he's on key, mostly, but it's just frustrating! Not like I want everyone to sing Ke$ha or something, but ... COME ON, people, get with the program. OK, end rant. Randy: "Aww, dawg, man. It wasn't good, man. ... It was the wrong song choice because this is not the kind of vocalist you are." Ellen says she loves him and hopes his fans bring him through because this wasn't going to get a lot of people on board to vote for him. Kara says he is chasing that moment from earlier (you know the one), and it's messing with his head. Heck, maybe he should have sung Ke$ha! Simon says the arrangement was bad and, "You sucked [pause] the soul out of the song."