"American Idol" completed its Top 24 Thursday night.
BUT WAIT. The judges decided one eliminated male singer will return to the competition for Tuesday's show. It will be one of these four singers:
Jermaine Jones: This deep-voiced guy is really close with his mom and got very emotional upon being eliminated
Richie Law: Nicknamed "Cowboy," he's a decent vocalist who seemed to clash with some singers during the group rounds
David Leathers, Jr.: He's a teenage R&B singer with a strong voice, but he gets too confident at times
Johnny Keyser: My least favorite of the bunch. I can't get over how he kept singing when that girl fainted. I think he's a little overrated.
The judges will announce their decision Tuesday. In the meantime, these singers are in the top 24:
Men: Adam Brock, Colton Dixon, Aaron Marcellus (from Atlanta), Jeremy Rosado, Chase Likens, Deandre Brackensick, Eben Franckewitz, Heejun Han, Reed Grimm, Phillip Phillips (from Leesburg, Ga.), Creighton Fraker and Joshua Ledet
Women: Jen Hirsh, Hallie Day, Erika Van Pelt, Elise Testone, Baylie Brown, Chelsea Sorrell, Jessica Sanchez, Brielle Von Hugel, Shannon Magrane, Skylar Laine, Hollie Cavanagh and Haley Johnsen
Get to know the Top 24:
Hollie Cavanagh (this is last season's audition)
These singers were announced Wednesday night:
Erika Van Pelt
Brielle Von Hugel
David Leathers Jr.
River St. James