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'American Idol 2014' spoilers: 'Competitors' Picks' top 7 song picks revealed

How will Caleb Johnson fare Wednesday on 'American Idol 2014'?
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American Idol 2014” is down to the final seven contestants now and Wednesday night's show will feature something that hasn't been done before. Each of the finalists had to assign a song to one of the other singers for the "Competitors' Picks" theme. Wednesday TVLine shared the “American Idol” spoilers about who will be singing what. How do things fall into place this week?

The “American Idol 2014” spoilers indicate that Alex Preston will be singing “The A Team” by Ed Sheeran. Caleb Johnson will be singing “Family Tree” by Kings of Leon while C.J. Harris will do John Mayer's “Gravity.” Dexter Roberts will be tackling “Muckalee Creek Water” by Luke Bryan.

It seems that Jena Irene will be doing “Creep” by Radiohead while Jessica Meuse will sing ”Gunpowder and Lead” by Miranda Lambert. Finally, Sam Woolf will do “Sail Away” by David Gray. The “American Idol 2014” spoilers don't break down which songs were assigned by which contestants, however. That will be revealed in Wednesday night's show.

Who seems at risk for going home this week? American Idol Net's power rankings place C.J. Harris and Sam Woolf as the singers most likely to be in trouble. They put Dexter, Jena and Jessica in the middle with Alex and Caleb at the top of the pack.

The site's viewer rankings shift around a bit though. However, Caleb still rises to the top and CJ still sinks to the bottom. There is always the possibility for a shocking elimination, and at this point of the season things definitely could shake out differently from what viewers anticipate.

It will certainly be interesting to see how this first “Competitors' Picks” theme plays out this week. Did any of the contestants try to sabotage their fellow performers with the picks? Will those who have been struggling be sunk with the song choices? Tune in to “American Idol 2014” airing Wednesday, April 16 to see how this week's performances go.