We're in for an interesting night on American Idol, as the Top 24 will be trimmed down without audience input for the first (and last) time in the show's history. The solo round is out of the way, with fewer risers than fallers, and now a duet with a former finalist is all that stands between five contestants and a long flight home.
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This point in the process marks the first time viewers are able see all performances in their entirety, so it's also the first time we can claim to have an informed vested interest (which, not coincidentally, is why it's usually when we get to start making decisions). But now, instead of judging the talent, we have to judge the judges.