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April 29, 2009 9:23 PM

natalie cole takes the stage

With Adam, Matt and Kris in the bottom three, we pause for a Natalie Cole performance. She sings "Something's Gotta Give." It's a lot better than last week's disco stars medley, but I still can't get over how filler-packed these results shows are.   With half an hour left, we take another commercial break.

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