Sunday night's episode featured the Top 5 artists each performing two songs live nationwide forAmerican Idol judges Katy Perry, Lionel Richie and Luke Bryan as well as home viewer votes - a song dedicated to his or her mother in honor of Mother's Day as well as a tune from former Idol victor Carrie Underwood's songbook. This Dallas, Georgia resident also took on Jamey Johnson's "Stars in Alabama" as his Mother's Day song during Sunday's two-hour episode.
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Cade Foehner put his spin on Underwood's "Undo It". Katy Perry asked a question, "Where is Gabby and what have you done with her?"
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Caleb Lee Hutchinson had the ideal song with the anthemic Underwood song, "So Small".
Carrie also opened up about her son's sweet side in another recent interview, where she revealed that he made her feel lovely and asked her not to put any makeup on while she was getting ready to attend an event because he thought that she was attractive the way she was.
Katy said she admires Caleb's sense of humor and appreciates his authenticity; however, she confessed that other people in the competition are "physically outperforming" him.
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Caleb Lee Hutchinson played it a little safer, staying in the lane that is best-suited for his voice: country. "You have grown so much and develop into a person", said Lionel. Capping off the Carrie night was her own chill-inducing rendition of "Cry Pretty", which was a firm reminder why she is one of the American Idol greats. Eventually she went on to sing at bigger events, like RAGBRAI. Host Ryan Seacrest told Underwood that the song was like a workout. Bittersweet as it was, there was still overflowing joy from the stage.