Who will be tonight’s Broadway flop?

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The group sing was “All I Ask of You” from “The Phantom of the Opera.” It was Carly Smithson’s first pick last night before Andrew Lloyd Webber talked her into performing “Jesus Christ Superstar.”

Lloyd Webber accompanied the contestants on the piano. The crowd applauded as if Lloyd Webber were a rock star and not a Broadway composer.

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