It's clear who the American Idol judges favor at this point on season 10.
Immediately after his tremendous rendition of "A House is Not a Home," Jacob Lusk was told he was placed on the show via "divine intervention" (Steven Tyler) and that he was clearly the next Luther Vandross (Jennifer Lopez).
Is this an issue of hyperbole by new judges aiming to make an impression? Or is Lusk truly that talented? On voice alone, there's little question he ranks among some of the best to ever grace the Idol stage. See for yourself and then sound off: Is Jacob Lusk the early favorite?