Raise your hand if you never want to hear "Forget You" or "Get Ready" again.
It's a likely reaction after watching Wednesday's episode of "American Idol." In the dramatic group round, contestants seemed to have an extremely limited list of song options -- resulting in a two-hour show with a soundtrack that got really old really quickly.
Of course, we had the usual share of (possibly manufactured) drama. One of Wednesday's biggest stories involved 15-year-old singer Jacee Badeaux, who was kicked out of his first group.
Jacee found a new group, but got stuck singing an unfamiliar song. He fumbled the words, but the judges gave him another chance after hearing about how he got the boot. Later, cowboy Scotty McCreery, a member of Jacee's first group, tearfully expressed regrets about the situation. Both Jacee and Scotty advanced.
Among the other dramatic story lines? Ashley Sullivan almost quit, and group of young contestants and their stage moms fought with older contestants who chose the same song.
A hundred singers now remain in the competition. The Hollywood round continues Thursday at 8 p.m. on Fox.
Here's a full recap of Wednesday's show:
Welcome back to Hollywood! It's time for group performances. There's a twist. The groups must contain a mix of day one and day two contestants. Chaos ensues. Betrayals happen.
After her cocky comment earlier, Tiffany Rios has a hard time finding a group. She maintains she's the only professional choreographer in the room. That doesn't make her popular.
Tiffany tries to convince Scotty McCreery to team up with her. She serenades him with a Faith Hill song. It doesn't work.
She steals Jessica Yantz from the Sugar Mamas, a group that includes Brett Loewenstern.
Meanwhile, Scotty keeps searching for a group. Tiffany gets on the mike and tries to get more team members. Again, it doesn't work.
On the plus side, Scotty finds a group. Tiffany and Jessica have no luck, but get permission to do a duet.
There's a group called The Minors composed of 15- and 16-year-old contestants. They're joined by their moms.
James Durbin has some rage toward the young kids and their moms. James' group is singing the same Queen song as the young kids.
Jaqueline Dunford joins a group with ex-couple Rob Bolin and Chelsee Oaks. Rob is totally the third wheel. They have a really tough time.
Remember dramatic Ashley Sullivan? Well, she has a major meltdown and says she's ready to quit. "Everything's just too much," she says. A producer tells her to think it over. She chats with her boyfriend. She asks the cameras to go away for five minutes.
Yikes. Jacee Badeaux just got kicked out of his group. Why? Well, Clint Jun Gamboa didn't like the harmonies. Whatever, dude.
Jordan Dorsey leaves his group and joins a new team called "Four Plus One."
Ashley has made a decision. She won't quit after all. Her group welcomes her back.
Fortunately, Jacee joins Brett's group.
The first group is a trio that includes Pia Toscano, Brielle Von Hugel and Alessandra Guercio. They sing an awesome version of "Grenade" and they all advance.
Next, we see Four Plus One, the group that Jordan Dorsey joined. They all advance. The group also includes Robbie Rosen.
Then, it's time for Jordan's old group: 440. They all advance, too. The group includes Lauren Turner, Adrian Michael, Erika Schiff and Shane Golden.
Uh-oh, it's time for the dreaded duo: Tiffany Rios and Jessica Yantz. They sing "Irreplaceable" and Tiffany sounds AWFUL. They both get eliminated.
On a humorous note, a group called Spanglish is missing a member. Kevin Campos overslept, apparently. Still, they perform and deliver a decent rendition of "Just the Way You Are."Karen Rodriguez and Jovany Barreto advance.
Here's a group with four young women, including teen singer Lauren Alaina. They ask Steven Tyler to sit on a chair on stage and they serenade him with "Some Kind of Wonderful." Awkward. Lauren is the only group member who advances.
Thank you, Nashville Stars, for performing the worst version of "Just the Way You Are" EVER. Colton Dixon is the only group member to advance.
Then, we see rapid-fire footage of rejected singers. Among the bunch? Paris Tassin, Emily Anne Reed, Adrienne Beasley, Courtney Penry, Janelle Arthur and Aaron Gutierrez.
Will Ashley Sullivan survive her group performance? Fortunately, she impresses the judges while performing ""Hit 'em Up Style (Oops!)." The whole group advances. The four-member group also includes Keeira Lyn Ford.
Time for James Durbin and friends. They perform a very shaky version of "Somebody to Love." James and another guy are the only ones who advance.
Members of the rival group, The Minors, do much better while performing the same song. All of the group members advance: Keonna Evans, Jalen Harris, Sarina-Joi Crowe, Felix Ramsey and Deandre Brackensick. They're ecstatic...and so are their moms.
Despite delivering one of the worst group performances of the night, Corey Levoy and Hollie Cavanagh advance. In a stupid move, Corey asks the judges why he advanced. Bad move. They don't answer.
Then, we see two a cappella performances of "Get Ready." Among the advancing singers: Julie Zorrilla, Casey Abrams and Naima Adedapo.
Chris Medina is among the advancing group members after a performance of "Forget You."
Jacee fumbles the words while performing "Mercy," but the judges give him another chance after hearing how he was kicked out of his first group. Jacee tearfully advances with his entire group, including Brett.
Next up: the group who dropped Jacee. Awkward. The judges bring up the issue and Scotty apologizes. Still, the whole group advances. Musicians include Scotty, Clint Jun Gamboa, Monique Delos Santos and Frances Coontz.
Last group: Jacqueline and the ex-couple, Rob and Chelsee. They delver an awkward rendition of "Forget You." Rob doesn't even try to get the lyrics right. Rob is eliminated, Chelsee and Jacqueline advance.