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Video: Joe Jonas, Demi Lovato and Miley Cyrus Singing on 'American Idol'

March 25, 2010 (6:46 am) GMT
The middle of Jonas Brothers and his 'Camp Rock' co-star are praised by Ryan Seacrest to have a good chemistry on stage.

The March 24 episode of "" result show saw live performances from Disney stars, such as , and . While Joe and Demi shared the stage on the Thursday night show, Miley opted to go solo during her set.

Joe and Demi delivered their duet song "Make a Wave" which is recorded for the mouse house's 2010 Friends for Change: Project Green. "Good chemistry between these two onstage right now," host joked after the singers, who are currently seeing each other, finished their performance.

As for Miley, the singer who mentored the "Idol" participants during the Billboard No. 1 hits week sat behind a grand piano when starting to sing "When I Look at You", a soundtrack of her upcoming movie "". Halfway through, the "" star who was dressed in a white satin long dress stood up and took the center stage.

Paige Miles was the one who was sent home during the result show, leaving Lee DeWyze, Tim Urban, Aaron Kelly, Crystal Bowersox, Michael Lynche, Andrew Garcia, Katie Stevens, Casey James, Didi Benami and Siobhan Magnu for Top 10 battle. The remaining contestants will have as their mentor for next week's R&B/soul performance.

"Make a Wave":



"When I Look at You":



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