With the Top 20 Solos behind us, the American Idol 2019 competition moved on to All-Star Duets and the reveal of the Top 14. This week included an American Idol-first, with Bobby Bones stepping in as host for Ryan Seacrest who was sick (or "having a bad hair day," he joked). and the Top 20 were divided into two groups of 10, with each group teaming up with music stars like Pat Benatar, Brett Young, Jason Mraz, Shaggy, Elle King, Julia Michaels, Ben Harper, and more. Then it was up to judges Katy Perry, Luke Bryan, and Lionel Richie to choose which 14 will move on to America's Vote and which six will see their American Idol journey end. See the results below, along with some highlights from Episode 10: All-Star Duets Part 1 and Episode 11: All-Star Duets Part 2,
American Idol 2019 Top 14
Jeremiah Lloyd Harmon
Laci Kaye Booth
Watch below as the judges choose the Top 14
The judges said goodbye to Kate Barnette, Shawn Robinson, Bumbly, Ryan Hammond, Logan Johnson and Raquel Trinidad.
Highlights from the amazing All-Star Duets Part 1 & Part 2
Riley Thompson's performance with Brett Young got the judges' attention and a jaw-dropping "Wow," from Katy Perry, who also gave her a standing ovation.
Madison Proves She Belongs
Madison Vandenberg proves she belongs in the Top 14 with her performance of "We Belong" with music legends Pat Benatar and Neil Giraldo.
Time After Time
Time after time, Jeremiah Lloyd Harmon's performances continue to move the judges. Here he sang Cindy Lauper's "Time After Time" with Grammy, Tony and Emmy-winner, Cynthia Erivo.
After stunning the judges with her performance of Chris Isaak's song "Wicked Game" for her audition, Evelyn Cormier got to team up the singer/songwriter himself for her All-Star Duet.
Alejandro Aranda performs with his idol Ben Harper, who coincidentally grew up in the next town over from him.
Next up: Watch the Top 14 perform and vote for your favorite contestants beginning SUNDAY 8|7c as American Idol's journey continues on America's network, ABC!