Casey James is next up. He tells a funny story about a friend who doesn't watch television calling him up and telling him he wanted him for a gig that paid $50 and a free meal. Heh. Harry says Casey is singing the song and using it to create bluesy mood rather than focusing on the lyrics, and he thinks it works. He's singing "Blue Skies," by the way. And it works pretty well, I think. Casey's a little shaky, but he is singing, which isn't always his focus. Randy says this was Casey's worst performance, and he was pitchy the whole time. "You know if the orchestra sounds out of tune, there's a problem." Ouch. Ellen seems at a loss for words at first. She thinks it didn't feel effortless, but it seemed stiff and uncomfortable. Kara says it took him a while to feel comfortable up there, but at least he finally held some notes. However, she thinks those notes sounded like a lamb. Ouch again. Simon says he wasn't fantastic and that he seemed a little embarrassed and awkward. They ask Harry what he thinks, and he says Casey killed it in rehearsal two hours ago but that this wasn't that great.