Season 22 of “American Idol” is wrapping up, with the show just a week away from announcing its next winner.

On Sunday night, “Idol” revealed the top three singers heading to the finale, eliminating two aspiring “Idol” winners from the competition. Voting from viewers during the two-hour episode determined who out of the five remaining contestants advanced to the top three.

Here’s a breakdown of the top five round — and who advanced to the finale.

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What happened during the ‘American Idol’ top 5 round?

Sunday night’s episode was a Disney-themed program, where each top five contestant performed two Disney songs. The two-hour episode featured country star Kane Brown mentoring the “Idol” contestants at Disney World before the singers performed live for the audience’s votes.

Viewers were able to vote throughout the episode to help determine the top three heading to the finale on May 19. The episode aired at 6 p.m. MDT on ABC.

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‘American Idol’ 2024: Who made the top 3?

Following Sunday night’s episode, the following three contestants are still in the competition:

Jack Blocker

Jack Blocker’s audition for “Idol” stands out for one major reason: He initially left the audition room with a rejection.

After Blocker performed an original song, “I Was Wrong,” Luke Bryan was the only “Idol” judge to give the singer from Dallas a “yes,” sending Blocker out the door without a golden ticket to Hollywood. But then for the first time in show history, the “Idol” crew behind the scenes filming voted to bring him back and have him continue on in the competition.

Will Moseley

Will Moseley turned to a music after college football took its toll on him — three concussions in the span of two seasons. Now, the 23-year-old singer from Georgia — who wowed all three “Idol” judges with the very first note of his audition — is a front-runner on “American Idol.”

Abi Carter

Following Abi Carter’s performance of Billie Eilish’s “What Was I Made For” for her audition, judge Luke Bryan declared: “That may be the winner of ‘American Idol.’” The 21-year-old from Indio, California, received one of three coveted Platinum tickets handed out during the audition round, allowing her to skip a round in the competition. Carter has been a strong contender all season long.

Who was eliminated on ‘American Idol’ tonight?

The following two singers were eliminated Sunday night:

Emmy Russell

Emmy Russell, a 25-year-old singer-songwriter from Nashville, is the granddaughter of country music legend Loretta Lynn. Now, she’s making a name for herself on “American Idol,” and has grown in confidence over the course of the season.

“You’re an A+ songwriter,” “Idol” judge Katy Perry said during the audition. “So was your grandma. You’ve got the gift. I don’t think you need to compare yourself to what grandma was — you’re totally different. You shouldn’t give yourself all that pressure.”

Triston Harper

At 15, Triston Harper was the youngest singer remaining in the “Idol” competition. Throughout the season, the judges praised the small-town singer from Alabama for his artistic maturity and storytelling voice.

What happens during the 2024 ‘American Idol’ finale?

The three-hour “American Idol” Season 22 finale will feature the top three contestants performing for one last chance to win the competition. Jon Bon Jovi will serve as a guest mentor for the episode, according to a TV listing.

The finale airs Sunday, May 19, starting at 6 p.m. MDT on NBC.