By Hal Boedeker
9:07 PM EDT, April 25, 2013
"American Idol" threw another twist into the contest Thursday night.
SPOILER ALERT: The two lowest-scoring singers were Amber Holcomb and Candice Glover.
The top scorers were Angie Miller, who had the best night Wednesday, and Kree Harrison, who drew the sharpest criticism from judges this week.
But "Idol" has three more weeks of episodes to deliver, and the Fox singing contest needs all four contestants.
So no one is out this week, host Ryan Seacrest revealed as the show ended.
"Idol" had built in an extra week for the judges' save, Seacrest explained, but because it wasn't used this season, the show was keeping all four finalists.
How do you like that?
The four women will sing again at 8 p.m. Wednesday on WOFL-Channel 35. Their votes this week will be mixed with next week's count to determine which singer goes next week.
The next results show will be at 8 p.m. Thursday. On that episode, Season 7 winner David Cook will perform "Laying Me Low."
"Idol" will name its next winner May 16.
This week's results show featured performances by two "Idol" alumni: Stefano Langone, who didn't win Season 10, earned a standing ovation from judges for a rousing performance of "Yes to Love." Lee DeWyze, who won Season 9, didn't get a judges' standing ovation for singing "Silver Lining."
And Drake put in a surprise appearance to thank Candice, who performed one of his songs Wednesday.
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