American Idol May 1, 2013 Performance 5/1/13 Call Numbers

The top 4 finalists take the stage once again on tonight’s American Idol 2013. Since no one was eliminated last week, we’ll see Amber, Candice, Angie and Kree perform thrice for tonight with a “Then and Now” theme.

The girls will be performing a song from the Great American Songbook and a hit song of 2013. It’s a pretty wide selection, isn’t it? But as always, the Idol Pad is always there to give us the song spoilers as well as the order of performances. Check out the list of songs below and sound off if you think the girls are making it safe once again.

By the way, the mentor for tonight is Harry Connick, Jr. Are you glad that he’ll be mentoring the girls?

Remember, vote for you favorites for them to be in the top three next week. Note that the votes from last week will be added to the votes tonight.

Anyway, follow us on Twitter, add us on Google Plus or join us on Facebook for the call numbers tonight. The American Idol 4/24/13 voting numbers will be provided during the show while the song choices are already posted.


Now (Songs from 2013)

1. Angela Miller – 1-866-436-5701 – “Diamonds” by Rihanna

2. Amber Holcomb – 1-866-436-5702 – “Just Give Me A Reason” by Pink & Nate Ruess

3. Candice Glover – 1-866-436-5703 – “When I Was Your Man” by Bruno Mars

4. Kree Harrison – 1-866-436-5704 – “See You Again” by Carrie Underwood


Then (Standards)

1. Angela Miller – 1-866-436-5701 – “Someone To Watch Over Me” by Gertrude Lawrence/Ella Fitzgerlald

2. Amber Holcomb – 1-866-436-5702 – “My Funny Valentine” by Mitzi Green/Chet Baker

3. Candice Glover – 1-866-436-5703 – “You’ve Changed” by Harry James/Eva Cassidy

4. Kree Harrison – 1-866-436-5704 – “Stormy Weather” by Ethel Waters/Gladys Knight

9 thoughts on “American Idol May 1, 2013 Performance 5/1/13 Call Numbers

  1. Voted for Candice via cell phone. “Thanks for voting” was the only acknowledgement given; not for whom I was voting! Not sure I trust where my vote is placed when name of singer isn’t given as it has been in the past. What’s up with this!!?

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