The final seven get scary with Mariah Carey

SHARE The final seven get scary with Mariah Carey is again first at leaking the songlist for tonight’s “Idol.” Mariah Carey will mentor.

Here’s what TMZ is reporting (and their mole has been 100 percent accurate so far):

*Syesha Mercado picked “Vanishing” from Mimi’s self-titled 1990 debut album.

*David Cook went with “Always Be My Baby” from Carey’s 1995 release “Daydream.”

*Carly Smithson selected “Without You,” Carey’s 1994 remake of the 1970’s song by Badfinger (Carey’s version was released on her 1993 album “Musicbox.”

*Brooke White went with “Hero” (also from “Musicbox”).

*Jason Castro performed “I Don’t Wanna Cry,” a ballad from her debut album.

*Kristy Lee Cook is tempting the fates with her selection, “Forever” (from “Daydream”)

David Archuleta will put his spin on “When You Believe,” a duet Carey performed with Whitney Houston on the soundtrack for “The Prince of Egypt.”

TMZ’s original post can be found here:

Thoughts and comments? I’m all ears.

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