Tonight is the final round of the Sudden Death portion of American Idol 2013 in Las Vegas, and we’ve got the list of those who will get a highly coveted spot in the Top 20.

 

Can you believe we're already at the Top 20 and will soon be going to the voting rounds? It always gets way more fun when the voters start being able to voice their opinions!

 

Spoiler alert! According to MJ’s Big Blog, here is the singing order and how tonight’s show results will look after the American Idol judges make their cuts:
 
Bryant Tadeo 
Burnell Taylor – Through to the Top 20
Cortez Shaw – Through to the Top 20
David Willis
Gurpreet Singh
Josh Holiday
Lazaro Arbos – Through to the Top 20
Mathenee Treco
Nick Boddington – Through to the Top 20
Vincent Powell – Through to the Top 20

We have to say, unlike in the case of the girls, none of these results seem all that shocking. In our earlier predictions, the only one we had wrong was we thought it was the end of the road for Lazaro, and that Gurpreet would be in the Top 20.

The judges have really loved Gurpreet all along, and Lazaro had a few missteps during Hollywood Week. He does have the compelling backstory of having a stutter since he was six years old, so this could also factor in big time when it comes time for the viewers to vote.

If you take a look at the song choice list from our spoilers below, it’s interesting to note that everyone who sang an older song went home, while those who took on a more contemporary number went through to the next round. Contestants take note, as this could be the key to your success!

Bryant Tadeo – “Heaven” by Bryan Adams (1983)
Burnell Taylor – “This Time” by John Legend (2008)
Cortez Shaw – “Titanium” by David Guetta & Sia (2011)
David Willis (With Guitar) – “Fever” by Little Willie John/Peggy Lee (1956/1958)
Gurpreet Singh Sarin – TBD
Joshua “Josh” Holiday – “Imagine” by John Lennon (1971)
Lazaro Arbos – “Stronger (What Doesn’t Kill You)” by Kelly Clarkson (2011)
Mathenee Treco – “A Little Less Conversation” by Elvis Presley (1968)
Nick Boddington – TBD
Vincent Powell – “‘Cause I Love You” by Lenny Williams (1978)

Who were you most shocked to see on this spoiler list?

Source: MJs Big Blog