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  • Jessica Meuse and C.J. Harris are in the bottom 2This Thursday on "American Idol," C.J. Harris went home in sixth place. This was not an upset. It was hardly controversial. (The only controversy, really, was that Jessica Meuse was in the bottom two again, after having a really good night on Wednesday and even singing in the "pimp spot.") Basically, this was the correct and expected decision by America.

    But just because it was an anticlimactic results show doesn't mean it was an unemotional one. C.J.'s exit was perhaps the teariest of Season 13, and the sweetest.

    "A class act," Ryan Seacrest declared, as C.J. stepped away in the middle of his own farewell video package to go thank Rickey Minor's house band. Then C.J. joined Rickey and company for his swan-song rendition of the Marshall Tucker Band's "Can't You See," and it was better than either his rock or country performances from the night before. If C.J. had done something like "Can't You See" on Wednesday, it probably wouldn't have made much difference — this was just his time to

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  • photo: Getty ImagesGary Numan is a bona fide synth-rock pioneer and the artist behind "Cars," one the biggest and most beloved new wave hits of all time. And his critically acclaimed 12th studio album, "Splinter (Songs from a Broken Mind)," is his highest-charting release since 1983. But you wouldn't know it from talking to the man, who remains as humble — and unsure of himself — as the day he accidentally stumbled upon his first synthesizer in the late 1970s.

    "It's lovely when you read [good reviews], but the way you feel about yourself doesn't change. I'm still nervous now going into a studio — just anxious that you're going to be able to come up with it again and again and again, that the songs are going to be good enough," he tells Yahoo Music. "I've been doing this 35 years; you'd think I'd get used to it by now. So all of these lovely things that are said, as much as I appreciate them and it's nice to hear as a person, my insecurities are intact. And that doesn't look as if it's ever going to

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