Lee DeWyze is the last. The other competitors say he is the resident worrywart. They also talk about how he and Andrew are best friends, which allows Crystal to say the line of the night: "I am so glad that those two can be together and get married have lots of little Danny Gokey babies." Bahahahahahaha! He's singing "Hey Jude" tonight. He sings, and it's a little pitchy and weird, but energetic. When he starts on the "Na-na-na-nananana" part of it, a guy comes down the stairs playing the bagpipes. What? What just happened? The audience loves it, but I'm not sure I agree. Of course, for me, he has a lot to live up to, because the best version of this song I've ever heard live was sung by Paul McCartney a couple of years ago in D.C. (with the bonus of holding my phone up so my husband, who is nicknamed Jude, could listen, too). And bagpipes or no bagpipes, this didn't compare to that, one of my all-time best concert moments, at all. Randy says he needs to stop being so nervous and calls it "another hot one." Ellen says he showed confidence and that she loved it. Kara says there were good moments and a few off moments, but she is still a fan. Simon: "I don't know what you lot are drinking in the house." He thinks the bagpipe player threw Lee off, and it was all a little weird.