The Top 4 performed three songs each this week all in dedication to love! Round one was a break-up song, round two was a dedication song and round three was a make-up song. With only two weeks until the finale the contestants would have to pull out all of the stops!

Ryan opened the show sporting a little bit of a unique look. The normally clean-shaven host showed off his stubble and donned an opened collared shirt! It's a new era in AMERICAN IDOL® history.

Caleb performed "You Give Love A Bad Name" by Bon Jovi for his breakup song performance.

Keith thought Caleb's performance was "Killer, man." Jennifer said she always feels like she's at "a rock concert" when she listens to his performances. Harry said the performance was "fantastic" and a great way to start the show.

Jessica performed Kelly Clarkson's hit "Since U Been Gone" as her breakup song.

The judges gave mixed feedback to Jessica's performance. Jennifer thought the song wasn't an "easy song to sing," but it also wasn't the best song choice for Jessica's voice. Harry agreed that it was not her best performance and Keith wants to she her "pull out all the stops" during her performances.

Alex performed what he called a "more broken down version" of the breakup song "Too Close" by Alex Clare.

Harry "liked the performance very much," but Keith wanted Alex to take more "command" of the phrasing during his performances. "You're so unique," said Jennifer Lopez, adding she would like to see him try to create a moment each time he performs.

Jena performed Pat Benatar's classic "Heartbreaker" as her breakup song giving heartbreak some major edge!

While Keith thought Jena was vocally amazing, he said her "moves weren't rooted in the music." Jennifer disagreed saying, "I actually really loved it." Harry praised Jena's vocals as well, but wished the emotion of her performance was "fueled by the feeling" behind the song.

Jennifer demonstrated the catwalk to Jena Irene showing her how to make her stage moves even more powerful!

We moved to the dedication song portion of the night. Caleb took to the stage to perform "Travelin' Band" by Creedence Clearwater Revival which he dedicated to his original band now in Nashville, TN.

"Caleb, What can we say," said Jennifer Lopez. "That's so in your wheelhouse." "Great job, it was fantastic," said Harry. Keith echoed his fellow judges' sentiments saying, "It was cool man, excellent."

Jessica dedicated Pink's classic "So What" to all the haters in her life who told her she'd never make it in the music industry. She even sported a hat emblazoned with Meuse's Mafia, the name of her fan club.

The judges all agreed that Jessica has an amazing talent, but the song wasn't the best choice for her. "Those two songs weren't the best for you," said Harry. "I'm hoping on the third song," said Jennifer Lopez.

Jena Irene was "fixing to rage" she said before her dedication performance of "Bad Romance" by Lady Gaga. Would her performance live up to that claim?

"I liked that you changed the melody for the chorus," said Keith Urban after her performance. While Jennifer disagreed with Keith she said "You're such a force to be reckoned with in this competition." Harry kept the critique simple saying, "Nice job. Really, really strong."

Alex dedicated "I'm Yours" by Jason Mraz to his girlfriend back home. He went on to add that Jason Mraz has been very supportive of him. We're glad he gave the girlfriend top billing.

Jennifer said while she loves Alex, she's worried about him in the competition. She urged him to "surprise us in some way," with his next performance. Harry lamented that Alex's performance wasn't the original we've come to expect from him, while Keith praised his effort in the last eight bars of the song.

Caleb lead the charge again for the Makeup song portion of the night performing "Baby I'm Amazed" by Paul McCartney. He's single, ladies. Go get him!

"It was so nice to hear you sing softly," said Harry. "That was absolutely phenomenal." Keith thought his performance was "killer." Jennifer gave Caleb the most praise saying, "You singing that was probably your best performance since the beginning."

Jessica dedicated "You And I" by Lady Gaga to an unknown person. With a voice like that we hope he knows who he is!

Keith thought it was a "perfect song" for Jessica and Jennifer Lopez heartedly agreed. Harry loved that Jessica came out "swinging'" and said that she "killed" the performance. Nice job, Jess!

Jena chose "I Can't Hope Falling In Love" by Elvis Presley for her makeup song. She gave a chilling performance that she dedicated to her Mother in honor of Mother's Day.

Jennifer Lopez was so moved by Jena's performance that she got up and kissed Jena after the performance. "Honestly, I could cry right now," said the superstar judge. "That took such courage," said Harry Connick, Jr. "to perform that song in that way. It was incredible." Keith had the most interesting response saying "You're like a musical platypus. That was spell-binding."

Alex Preston closed the show performing Coldplay's hit, "Yellow."

"You needed that tonight," said Harry of Alex's performance. Keith praised Alex's "poetic vulnerability" and said the song choice was perfect. Jennifer summed it up quickly saying, "Perfect song, you sang it beautifully."

Thursday night the Top 4 will become the Top 3 putting them one week closer to the finale and the IDOL™ crown. The three surviving contestants revealed tomorrow will leave on hometown visits where they'll be greeted as conquering heroes in their hometowns. Don't miss the show at 9/8c on FOX!

The Top 4 performed three songs each this week all in dedication to love! Round one was a break-up song, round two was a dedication song and round three was a make-up song. With only two weeks until the finale the contestants would have to pull out all of the stops!