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Kyla Jade (Team Blake), “One Night Only” — Grade: A | After getting a break-a-leg call from JHud, for whom she used to sing backup, Kyla got on that stage and slayed her Dreamgirls number.Whatever hide-in-the-shadows backing singer baggage Kyla might have brought to this contest (that had previously held her back) she has most definitely shed.But the overall impression she gave was, “I will not be denied.” Pryor Baird (Team Blake), “Pickin’ Wildflowers” — Grade: A | After his disastrously straightforward cover of “9 to 5” in the Live Playoffs, Pryor was primed for a comeback, and darlin’, this. I’ve previously felt like she was straining herself vocally, and here, well, I guess I did, too.But if the struggle is real, in this case, it also paid off pretty well.
And in rehearsal, it sounded like she was going to nail it, in the process, restoring my faith in her tremendous potential.Jackie Foster (Team Alicia), “Toxic” — Grade: C | Jeez, I wanted to love Jackie’s down-and-dirty rock reinvention of Britney Spears’ smash (which she’d perfected with her band before ever coming on the show).But between her eyebrow-raising phrasing and more pitch problems than a baseball team on a losing streak, this wasn’t at all the home run I expected it to be.Guilfoyle's mother, Mercedes, taught special education, and died of leukemia when Guilfoyle was eleven."My mother was just everything to me, I loved her so much, I always wanted to be around her. She was a warm woman who worked in education with people with emotional challenges.