According to our racetrack odds, M.K. has sung her last solo on the Fox competition series. The 20-year-old San Francisco native has the best odds for who will receive the lowest number of America's votes, giving her 2/3 odds of going home.
M.K. failed to impress the judges during Top 10 week by skipping some of the lyrics and not emotionally connecting during her performance of "Perfect" by Pink. (Watch her performance below.)
She was previously in the bottom three during Top 13 week and Top 12 week, so her impending elimination from the show has been a long time coming.
Alex is a bit of a surprise here considering his performance of "Story of My Life" by One Direction blew the judges away. Dexter, on the other hand, may very well find himself sitting on one of Ryan Seacrest's metal stools thanks to his disappointing take on "Cruise" by Florida Georgia Line.
C.J. Harris, who sang Hunter Hayes' "Invisible," is in fourth place to get the boot with 8/1 odds, while fifth place goes to Jessica Meuse with 11/1 odds for her take on Foster the People's "Pumped Up Kicks."
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