"That was beautiful... the guys were standing... because they know they are watching a true artist," Urban told Miller, an 18-year-old food service worker from Beverly, MA, after she performed former eleventh-season Idol finalist Colton Dixon's "Never Gone" on Wednesday night's show.
"The trumpets should sound when you walk in the room, little girl. It's safe to say that there is one vote that is already counted for, as far as the five girls going through, after that performance," Minaj added. "Can I just get your album? [Idol producer Nigel Lythgoe], [Fox reality chief] Mike Darnell -- can you just let her off of Idol so I can go get this album?
"America, a star is born on this stage right there! This Angie girl... Angie, she's what they say, 'She's going places,'" Jackson gushed.
"This was such a great choice... all of us I think were blown away by what you do and what you've done on all of these performances. So good!" Carey said.
Click below to re-watch Miller's American Idol performance of "You Set Me Free" -- or also check out her prior pre-American Idol cover of Dixon's "Never Gone," as well as additional pre-Idol renditions of Jessie J's "Who You Are" and David Guetta's "Titanium."
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