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American Idol Results: Who Was Eliminated on American Idol Tonight? 4/4/2013

On the 2013 American Idol results show tonight, we will more than likely say goodbye to yet another guy, leaving us with just one male contestant left in the Season 12 Top 6. The question is, will it be Lazaro Arbos or Burnell Taylor who was eliminated on American Idol tonight? Find out with us tonight in our live American Idol 2013 recap starting at 8 p.m. ET!

Of course, those who vote in the American Idol results each week can be a fickle crowd, so our predictions for who might be sent home this evening could end up being worth very little. The viewers may well decide they just can’t give up on Lazaro Arbos despite his track record of weak performances and harsh critiques from the American Idol judges. And Burnell Taylor fans may rally to make sure he isn’t the one who got eliminated on American Idol 2013 tonight either.

If one of the guys isn’t going home though, who will be cut this evening? Our bet would be on Amber Holcomb, who seems to be the least favorite girl left among the American Idol contestants in the Top 7.

Despite constant, strong praise from the judges, Amber just doesn’t seem to have gathered as strong of a fan base as the other ladies in the Top 7. Even when she’s had a great performance, Amber ends up in the bottom of the pack. Although her song on American Idol last night was one of her best of the season so far, she’s still on very shaky ground and anything could happen in the American Idol 2013 results tonight.

However, we are placing our bets that being one of the last to sing this week, and having a really great performance, will give Amber the edge over at least one of the guys.

Who was voted off American Idol tonight from the Top 7? Click through for our live American Idol recap and find out with us!

04.5.2013 / 05:45 AM EDT by Laura Vess
Related: American Idol, American Idol Season 12

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