After being saved by Idol judge Jennifer Lopez in last week's dramatic reveal of the Top 13, the time for Jeremy Rosado to end his Idol journey has come tonight.

Jeremy failed to impress the voters with his interpretation of Stevie Wonder's 'Ribbon in the Sky' on Wednesday's performance night, during which the contestants tackled the music of Stevie Wonder and Whitney Houston.

The previous week, when the contestants were free to choose their performance song, Jeremy was also unable to make it to the Top 10, as voted by the Idol audience. Rosado only got the chance to perform another night after JLo picked him among those selected for a wildcard spot to make the Top 13.

Throughout his Idol journey, Jeremy has been marked as a 'nice guy with a beautiful voice,' but unlike others in the Top 13, he was never able to deliver an unquestionable shining moment, although he had high hopes on Wednesday nght.

The two others at the boy's bottom three were the 'gentle giant,' Jermaine Jones and Hollywood week favorite Joshua Ledet. The girls' bottom three were Elise Testone, Erika Van Pelt and Shannon Magrane.

Shannon and Elise, who seemed to have been overcome by fear and overthinking, were the only ones in trouble, as far as judge Steven Tyler was concerned.

Tyler made the remark after Ryan Seacrest asked the judges about their thoughts on the Top 13's performances. The results showed that Tyler and the voting audience agree completely. He was right that the girls were in trouble, but he did not have to say who he thought was going home.

So far, so good, voters. No surprising ending here, albeit JLo was not vindicated for her choice last week.

The latest voting results tell at least three things to Season 11's contestants. One, Joshua Ledet, despite being consistently good, has to work harder to gain significant votes.

Two, Shannon Magrane and Elise Testone cannot afford to give less than outstanding performances next week; they do not have a solid fan base at this point.

Three, if Heejun Han continues to pick songs that would cover his limitations as a singer (and avoid trainwreck numbers in the process), he is likely to stay for at least two more weeks this season.