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'American Idol' Reveals Top 5, Eliminates the Last Man Standing

April 12, 2013 (2:24 am) GMT
Randy Jackson says they've enjoyed Lazaro Arbos' presence on the show, but the judges decide not to use the save card.
'American Idol' Reveals Top 5, Eliminates the Last Man Standing

It's an all-female Top 5 on "" season 12. Being the last male contestant among strong female singers, Lazaro Arbos was voted out on Thursday, April 11's results show. The elimination was quite predictable though, considering his panned rendition of "Close to You" on Wednesday.

Amber Holcomb was in the bottom two along with Lazaro, but she was later deemed safe. Lazaro, meanwhile, sang 's "Feelin' Good" as his survival song, but unfortunately it's not enough to convince the judges to keep him on the competition.

"Lazaro, we love you, you've been a treasure to the show," said . "We've enjoyed you, but we're not going to use the save." Lazaro said with a smile, "OK. Sounds good. No problem, guys."

Earlier the night, it was revealed that Kree Harrison and were the top 2 of vote getters. They will return next week with Angie Miller, Janelle Arthur as well as Amber.

Filling the results show before the eliminated finalist was announced were first "Idol" winner who sang "People Like Us" and season 10 winner who catered the audience with his performance of "See You Tonight".

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