'American Idol' Top 10 results: Did MK Nobilette, Majesty Rose or Dexter Roberts go home?

american-idol-top-10-bottom-3-mk-nobilette-majesty-rose-dexter-roberts.jpg Of the Bottom 3 singers in the "American Idol" Season 13 Top 10, two had sat on the stools multiple times in the past. MK Nobilette and Majesty Rose were the veterans, while Dexter Roberts took his first spin on the silver stool. But who went home?

Ultimately, despite a strong "save me" performance, the judges declined to use their save on MK Nobilette.

At this point in the season we're familiar with the machinations of the results show. Results, performance, more results, another performance, more results, decision time. Top 10 week was no different.

The first group called to learn their fates was Malaya, Dexter and Jessica. Dexter got a special video message from Florida Georgia Line, whose song "Cruise" he performed last night, but unfortunately that was the only good news Ryan Seacrest had for him and he was sent to the bottom. The ladies were safe.

After the commercial, Jennifer Lopez did a "quick change" to perform her new single "I Luh Ya Papi" with a few "Idol" alums (Pia Toscano, Jessica Sanchez and Allison Iraheta, to be specific). TV secret, folks: JLo taped that performance last night. They are LYING TO YOU. Loved the touch with her running back to the stage looking immaculate and just like she did before the performance.

The next group held Alex, Majesty and Caleb, with Majesty in bottom for a second week in a row. Things don't look too well for her, because she seems to take her critiques very hard. If she survives another week, her confidence is definitely going to be shaken even more than it already is.

After, Harry Connick Jr.'s pick of lesser-known artists, Royal Teeth, from New Orleans, performed. It was...not good. The song's catchy but perhaps they weren't ready for such a big stage.

Finally, Seacrest called up Sam, Jena, MK and C.J. for their results. Hunter Hayes sent a video message for C.J. to thank him for performing his song, but C.J. fared much better than Dexter and was called to safety, along with Sam and Jena.

MK went to the stools for her third and final time, and her "save me" performance, though, lovely, didn't work. The crowd was very vocal about their MK love, however.

What did you think of the Top 10 week results? Did the right person go home? Should the judges have saved MK?
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