60s

Ain’t Too Proud To Beg by The Temptations
The Letter by The Box Tops
Proud Mary by Ike and Tina Turner
Fortunate Son by Creedence Clearwater Revival
River Deep Mountain High by Ike and Tina Turner

British Pop

To Love Somebody by The Bee Gees
Time of the Season by The Zombies
Bleeding Love by Leona Lewis
You are so Beautiful by Joe Cocker
You Don’t Have to Say You Love Me by Dusty Springfield

Duet/Trio

Higher and Higher by Jackie Wilson
You’ve Lost that Loving Feeling by The Rightous Brothers

I can put money that Phillip Phillips is singing “The Letter” a la Lee DeWyze in Season 9 and it’ll probably be just as bad.  Jessica is likely singing “Proud Mary” or “River Deep Mountain High” but I think Skylar Laine could be singing the latter.  “Ain’t Too Proud to Beg” has Joshua Ledet all over it.  Hollie with “Fortunate Son?”  Not too sure about that.

The British theme has some really good song choices in there.  Hollie should singing Dusty Springfield’s powerful ballad.  Nadia Turner had a moment with it back in Season Four.  P2 is probably going Taylor Hicks/Danny Gokey and doing Joe Cocker.  I REALLY HOPE Jessica is singing “Bleeding Love.”  Could be her breakout moment.  Joshua singing “To Love Somebody” seems fitting.

What do you speculate?

 

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