Sarina Joi Crowe, Nalani Quintello, and David Oliver Willis are three very talented singers who had strong performances, but all three were turned away due to the talented pool of contestants this season. That's two years in a row for Sarina and David. Heartbreaking.

We started the show with a group known as "Three More Days," which is made up of Hollywood Week veterans David Oliver Willis, Sarina Joi Crowe, and Tony Foster, Jr. Their group should be called "Three More Names" - what's with all of these middle names? They performed Alex Clare's "Too Close" with their own twist, including an a capella ending. They showcased their harmonies and each person had their own time to shine. Judge Jennifer Lopez said the harmony at the end gave it a uniqueness, but the choreography in the middle melted away. She revealed that they would be cutting half of the contestants this round. With that said, it was the end for Tony, but David and Sarina are moving on.

David Oliver Willis

Sarina Joi Crowe, Nalani Quintello, and David Oliver Willis are three very talented singers who had strong performances, but all three were turned away due to the talented pool of contestants this season. That's two years in a row for Sarina and David. Heartbreaking.

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