Country gal Skylar Laine showed us a different side of her musical personality on tonight's (April 4) episode of 'American Idol.' While we normally see her singing and stomping around the stage like a Reba McEntire-Miranda Lambert hybrid -- lookout, Blake! -- she chose to show off her soft and sensitive side with Bette Midler's power ballad 'Wind Beneath My Wings.'

Looking gorgeous in a magenta gown, as opposed to jeans and boots, Laine sang the slow parts beautifully but when she hit the end, she showed up in a big, big way, proving that you don't need to be fast to be fierce. She was sensitive when she needed to be, and turned things up a notch at just the right time. How does someone so young become so seasoned? Well, in Laine's case, she's a natural, with solid instincts.

While there is always a battle to be consistent and true to yourself, yet take risks and try new things, Laine showed us her full range and exactly who she is -- by injecting the song with a little bit of country twang. Her voice is utterly massive and she ended the episode, which let the contestants choose songs from the '80s, on the highest of notes.

Watch Skylar Laine Perform 'Wind Beneath My Wings' on 'American Idol'