'American Idol' night 2: Who isn't going to Hollywood?

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Her voice is unbelievable and she instantly gets the first ticket to Hollywood.

There was definitely some awkwardness as the three judges stepped out onto the floor to bust a move, and then things got even more awkward when Perry slipped and fell. After much therapy and struggling, he can now walk with crutches.

As soon as Trevor stepped into the audition room, he was met with a "Good lord, you're a dreamboat" from host Luke Bryan, and Perry quickly added, "Yeah, my eyes lit up", before blatantly saying, "You're so hot". Once the two men helped Perry to her feet, Richie stated, "Some things you have to do for the business". He just wants to make his dad proud and he did, scoring a golden ticket after singing "Unaware" by Allen Stone.

Michelle Sussett from Venezuela gave a fun and memorable audition, singing in Spanish and dancing a lot. Although Trevor broke Katy's heart by being in a relationship with someone else, the three judges determined he must go to Hollywood.

They were Misha Gontar, a 26-year-old MRI technologist from Marengo, IL; Autumn Woods, a 27-year-old library clerk from Katy, TX; "Hank the Businessman", a 22-year-old delivery driver from Pittsburgh, PA; Neshia Ruffins, a 25-year-old singer from New Orleans; and Jonathan Herman, a 23-year-old content analyst from Austin, TX. He gets a ticket to Hollywood.

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When she isn't sharing her special, unique talent of looking like a frog, the 32-year-old pop star is taking her responsibilities as a judge incredibly serious on the show. Although his song choice is interesting and his tone is interesting, they judges turn him down.

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Idol, which premiered on Sunday (March 11), drew 10.3 million viewers and a 2.3 rating, down 23 percent in the 18-to-49-year-old demographic and 6 percent overall from the final FOX season's premiere, according to Variety.

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