Siobhan Magnus says she has been a fan of Usher since she was 6 or 7, which reminds me just how young she is. Usher talks to her about her wardrobe choices for her performance, which is, by the way, "Through the Fire." He tells her not to make a choice that is completely distracting from her singing. She looks pretty normal from the hips up, but has some weird shoes on. However, once she starts singing, I think maybe she would have wanted to pick something more distracting because for a whole swath of the song, she is completely off pitch. Plus, she goes for a bunch of those big screamy notes. Some of them are OK, some of them are not. But the middle-range stuff is really not good tonight. Randy Jackson says she was a little all over the place, though he still likes her courage for taking on the song. But, "It wasn't your best performance at all," he closes. Ellen DeGeneres says she looked at the judges when she went off like a hiker who lost his way. Kara DioGuardi says it should have worked for her, but it didn't. But up until this point, she has delivered. Simon Cowell says it sounded like she'd run a marathon and was singing while she was running and out of breath. He also thinks she looks all over the place. Simon says, "If that was the first time I'd heard you ..." "But it's not," she whines at him. Don't do that! It goes on and on (why is this episode two hours again?), and when Ryan is finally sending it to commercial, Siobhan looks like she is tearing up. Go to commercial, go to commercial!