San Francisco's MK Nobilette was voted off "American Idol" Thursday after stumbling during her performance of Pink's "Perfect."

The show's first openly gay contestant -- meaning she was out while on the show, so hold the email -- the 20-year-old seemingly recovered with a much better version of John Legend's "All of Me," reports say. Judge Jennifer Lopez seemed to want to keep her around. But that required a unanimous decision among judges, which didn't happen.

"It breaks our heart, but we have to say goodbye to you," said Harry Connick Jr.

According to the Los Angeles Times, Nobilette was the last contestant to be added to the bottom three, joining Dexter Roberts and Majesty Rose, before Rose was sent to "the lounge."

I don't know what that means, but it sounds positive.

The show also featured Lopez performing her new single, "I Luh Ya Papi," which apparently lit the Internet on fire with accusations of lip-syncing. Because that sort of thing never happens on television.

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