Jessica Sanchez Out On "American Idol", Saved By Judges

"American Idol" results came as a shocker when judges gave their only save to Filipino-Mexican finalist, Jessica Sanchez as she got the lowest number of votes in this week's elimination round. 

Joining her in the bottom 3 are Elise Testone and for the first time, Joshua Ledet, who is a judge favorite. 

After host Ryan Seacrest announced the results, Jessica performed Deborah Cox's "Nobody Wants To Be Here" and was stopped by the judges mid-song. 

"You're not going home! This is ridiculous! We're using the save!" says Jennifer Lopez as she grabbed the mic from Jessica. The vote was unanimous and judge Randy Jackson sent a message to America to choose the best singer wisely,"This girl is one of the best singers in America. Are you kidding me? Everyone, please vote for the best!"

Jessica was not surprised about the results this week. "I don't expect anything. Whatever happens happens, and I just want people to know that I've been working hard my entire life,"

Last night's performance round, the 16-year old performed Jazmine Sullivan's "Stuttering", impressing the judges. Randy said Jessica, "slayed the biggest fish of the night". 

With Jessica's save, 2 contestants will be going home next week.

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