Credit: Michael Becker/FOX ©2012 Fox Broadcasting Co. Photo: Amber Holcomb Performs in American Idol 2013 Girls Semi-Finals

The American Idol 2013 Top 10 has been named at last, but not all of the Season 12 finalists stand on equal footing going into the next stage of the competition.

While some of the American Idol Season 12 Top 10 contestants have had more than a few standout moments so far, others have barely even had one good performance. Honestly, we’re not even quite sure why some of these singers were chosen as finalists. Sometimes the voters leave us scratching our heads in confusion...

The Top 10 is what it is, however, and now we just have to pick our favorites to vote for and make sure to keep our support for them strong every week! Here’s our list of most and least loved American Idol 2013 contestants. Let us know what you think and tell us yours!

Least Favorite Guys:

Paul Jolley — The male version of Taylor Swift narrowly escaped being eliminated during the Las Vegas round, having been chosen in a tie-breaker by Jimmy Iovine. The viewers have spoken, however, and they want Paul here.

Devin VelezNicki Minaj advised this mama’s boy to keep going with incorporating Spanish into his songs. Do you think this will continue to appeal to viewers?

Lazaro Arbos — “He’s in it to win it,” said Randy, but some may think it could just be his story of overcoming his stutter to sing that has gotten him this far. We love Lazaro’s personality and can’t stand how adorable he is, but we don’t think his voice is as spectacular as some of the other guys. What are your thoughts?

Most Favorite Guys:

Burnell Taylor — In his excitement, he nearly elbowed Ryan Seacrest in the face, but the judges were positively giddy to see Burnell come through those doors.

Curtis Finch, Jr. — “You’re one of the best singers in this whole thing,” Randy told Curtis Finch, Jr. But it’s supposed to be a girl’s year to win. Would he win in a Curtis Finch, Jr./Angie Miller finale?

Least Favorite Girls:

Janelle Arthur — The judges love this fitness instructor’s old school country sound. Will that get her far on American Idol? We initially had her predicted as a possible winner this season, but she’s been a bit too inconsistent with her performances the last few times on stage.

Amber Holcomb -- Having returned after getting cut last year with a new, stunning look and more confidence, this girl could win it all. However, we just feel she gives off too much of a generic vibe.

Most Favorite Girls:

Angie Miller -- If you hopped on Twitter during the Top 10 results night, you know many are already calling it Angie’s season. What do you think?

Kree Harrison — Two country girls in the Top 10?! Wow! But Kree and Janelle have two completely different sounds. At first we were all about Janelle, but now we’re leaning toward Kree as our country queen this year. Who do you think will make it farther?

Candice Glover — If anyone proved they deserved their spot in the Top 10, it was Candice with her stirring rendition of “I’m Going Down” for her victory song.