Jax performing "Beautiful Disaster" on "American Idol XIV" 2015
Jax performing "Beautiful Disaster" on "American Idol XIV" 2015Screenshot from American Idol YouTube Video

Hype and curiosity around "American Idol XIV" 2015 has increased with the competition coming closer to the finale. Of the remaining four contestants, only three of them will get the chance to perform again as one will be sent home Wednesday.

Tyanna Jones was shown the doors last week, while Rayvon Owen was saved by fans for six consecutive weeks after being placed in the bottom three. He could be in danger of being eliminated on Wednesday too but it won't come as a surprise if he survives again, as the audience seems to love him.

The remaining top three contestants of "American Idol XIV" are Clark Beckham, Jax, Nick Fradiani, and Rayvon Owen.

Potential spoilers of "American Idol XIV" 2015 have it that the remaining top three finalists will perform three songs each Wednesday and not two like in the previous weeks. They will sing songs picked by the Judges, Scott Borchetta, and Hometown Pick (chosen by the contestant).

According to a report by MJSBigBlog, Jax will perform "Misery Business" by Paramore – Judges Pick, "My Generation" by The Who – Scott Borchetta's Pick, and "My Immortal" by Evanescence – Hometown Pick. Jax revealed on her Twitter page that she would dedicate "My Immortal" to her late friend named Jeff Szatkowski. Nick Fradiani's song choices are "Back Home" by Andy Grammer – Hometown Pick, "I'll" Be by Edwin McCain, and a Springsteen song. Rayvon Owen will perform "As" by Stevie Wonder – Hometown Pick. 

However, nothing is known on Clark Beckham's song choice.

Last week saw Clark Beckham performed "Living for the City" and "Your Man", Jax - "Empire State of Mind" and "Human, " Nick Fradiani - "Bright Lights" and "What Hurts the Most," and Rayvon Owen - "Need You Now" and "Believe."

Going by their performances, it looks like Rayvon Owen will be pushed to the bottom for the seventh consecutive times before being eventually eliminated but one can expect shocking results too as it is the American audience who will decide the winners.