American Idol Results: Who Missed the Top 10?

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Following an American Idol performance show that took viewers to the movies, one unfortunate contestant was not invited back for a double feature. 

Terrible segues aside, the Fox competition sent home another hopeful tonight.

Who got the boot? Who will not be included on this summer's tour?

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Sam Woolf and Ben Briley became the first men to be included in the Bottom 3 this season, and they were joined there by Majesty Rose.

And once Woolf was deemed safe, Ryan Seacrest told viewers that only .07 percent separated the final two. 

And that was tough new for BEN BRILEY, who sang Grace Potter's "Stars" in an attempt to remain alive, but who was eliminated after the judges chose not to save him.

What do you think, TV Fanatics? Did America make the right call?

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I'm not all that sad that Ben went home, but he's had some great weeks. Whereas, for me personally, I don't think Majesty has been that great the last few weeks. Her performance of Let it Go was actually awful... Her voice cracked on all the high notes she tried to sing, which also happened last week. And she's all over the place. I thought it should have been her going home. I'm just glad it wasn't Sam!

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