Oops! Haley Reinhart had a bit of a rough night on American Idol last night, but she kept her attitude in check and a smile on her face! Haley slipped and fell while singing Led Zeppelin's "What Is and What Should Never Be" and then forgot some of the lyrics to Alanis Morissette's "You Oughta Know."
The three remaining contestants performed three songs last night. One the contestants chose themselves, one was selected by Jimmy Iovine and one the judges chose.
Haley was about 2 out of 3 with her performances as far as mistakes go, but we had to agree with Randy Jackson that she still "slayed" them!
As Jennifer Lopez pointed out, we've seen her fall on stage and even Beyoncé fall on stage. While it was a pretty bad fall, Haley picked herself right up and kept on singing and rocking out with her dad, who was playing guitar her.
"Haley, did you fall for me?" Steven Tyler asked. "You know, it's not about how many times you fall it's how many times you get back up. That was superb."
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Led Zeppelin's "What Is and What Should Never Be"
Haley closed the show singing the judges selection of Alanis' "You Oughta Know." Apparently, Haley forgot some of the lyrics to the song. But we were so impressed with her voice that we didn't mind it.
One line in particular in the song was censored for the show, but Haley definitely seemed to have the attitude of the song down and we loved it!
What did you think?
Alanis Morissette's "You Oughta Know"
Luckily, there didn't appear to any major problems with Haley's second performance of the night of Fleetwood Mac's "Rihannon."
Although, maybe there was a bit too much wind from the wind machine going on?
Fleetwood Mac's "Rihannon"