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'American Idol' Reveals Top 3 as Amber Holcomb Is Sent Home

May 3, 2013 (1:44 am) GMT
Amber closes the May 2 results show with her emotional rendition of 'I Believe in You and Me', while Angie Miller, Candice Glover and Kree Harrison will continue their journey on the show.

After getting through a week without elimination, one great talent was sent home on "" Thursday night, May 2. "We know that one of us is going home this week, so there's a lot of pressure," Kree Harrison said as the Top 3 would be revealed.

"Aside from the finale, this is the toughest cut of the season," also said of the imminent elimination. He later added, "We've got no more saves, no more second chances," as admitted, "It's hard to say, because I love them all so very much."

After some musical performances, including the final four's cover of "Crazy in Love", Ryan announced who got the boot. "We have to say goodbye to the beautiful and talented Amber [Holcomb] tonight," he revealed.

This means Angie Miller, and Kree are in the Top 3. Amber, meanwhile, sang 's "I Believe in You and Me" as her goodbye song.

Also taking the stage that night were , , and . The season 7 champion sang his new single "Laying Me Low". Harry, who mentored the finalists this week, belted out "Every Man Should Know", and will.i.am. performed "Bang Bang", which is included in "" film soundtrack.

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