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The final round of “American Idol” season 13 began as the Top 13 performed on Wednesday, February 26. The theme was “This is Me”, so they had to pick a song which reflected them as both a performer and a person.
The first stage belonged to Dexter Roberts who sang “Aw Naw” by Chris Young. He didn’t set the bar high enough for an opening act as Keith Urban told him to make the song his own and Jennifer Lopez said he needed to take it to the next level. Harry Connick Jr. complained about pitch issues.
Before singing Bruno Mars’ “Runaway Baby” onstage, Malaya Watson got reminded by Randy Jackson to enunciate, but her pronounce was still unclear. J.Lo loved the performance, but said it wasn’t Malaya’s best vocal. Harry, meanwhile, thought she was rattled by nerves.
Kristen O’Connor chose to sing “Beautiful Disaster” by Kelly Clarkson. She took a different meaning from it, saying that she herself was a beautiful disaster. Harry pointed out that she’s out of tune and she blamed it on her earpiece. Keith praised her song choice, while J.Lo suggested her and other contestants to stop thinking.
Ben Briley stayed in his comfort zone with Johnny Cash’s “Folsom Prison Blues”, which he said he had often performed onstage before. Keith thought the tempo “a little brisk” and warned him not to sacrifice his artistry for kitschy entertainment value, but J.Lo and Harry disagreed. J.Lo loved the quick tempo, and Harry said it was the best performance so far.
C.J. Harris went with Darius Rucker’s “Radio” which suited his voice. J.Lo liked the energy. Harry said, “I’m spoiled by your voice,” but felt like it was a one-in-20 concert song. Keith didn’t agree, praising the song choice and that C.J. showed his side that mixed soul, country and R&B.
M.K. Nobilette sang Allen Stone’s “Satisfaction” but she’s far from delivering a satisfying performance. Harry thought she was distracted by the lyrics, but believed she would improve each week. Keith said it was “patchy,” but J.Lo found no problem with the performance at all.
Majesty Rose nailed a cover of Janelle Monae’s “Tightrope”. “That was a killer song choice,” Keith gushed. J.Lo also applauded her song choice and her stage act, while Harry said, “That was terrific, Majesty, that really was.”
Jena Irene went with “The Scientist” by Coldplay which she said the first song she ever learned to play on the piano. J.Lo said she was worried about the song choice at the beginning, but she loved the quality of her voice. Harry praised her creativity, while Keith said she started rough, but she eventually owned it.
Alex Preston sang Jason Mraz’s “Beautiful Mess”. Harry called it a brave performance and liked the tune, but warned him to sing in tune. Keith said he was caught by the performance and J.Lo agreed with him.
Jessica Meuse delivered a dramatic performance of “The Crow and the Butterfly” by Shinedown. “That was a very bold but cool song choice,” Keith said, as J.Lo added, “There was a dark, haunting quality to it.” Harry got distracted by the butterfly images behind her, but said, “I thought that was strong, man. I heard a different sound in your voice.”
Singing “Glitter in the Air” by Pink, Emily Piriz picked “a tough song to take on,” according to J.Lo. “But you did it so beautifully,” she added. Harry had nothing but praises for Emily, while Keith recommended that she find a balance in her performance.
Sam Woolf chose “Unwell” by Matchbox 20. Harry wished Woolf’s sound was more messed-up to match the sentiment of the tune. Keith complained about the slow tempo, while J.Lo advised him, “You need to really get loose up there.”
Caleb Johnson rocked the stage with his rendition of Rival Sons’ “Pressure and Time”. Keith said it was a killer, but thought that Caleb needed to add a new twist to his song choices to keep from sounding so retro. J.Lo said he’s ready for the rock star life, and Harry pitched Caleb as the next lead singer of Rival Sons should they ever need a new one.
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Jennifer Lopez will be back on “American Idol“, according to her beau Casper Smart. The dancer, who has been dating the chart-topping singer for two years now, lets the information slip to E! News during a media promo of his new show “A Step Away” for nuvoTV.
“Yes,” Casper says when asked about J.Lo’s rumored return as a judge to the singing competition next season. No official word just yet from FOX. But now that the cat is out of the bag, an announcement is expected to be made soon.
J.Lo sat on the “Idol” judging panel joining Randy Jackson and Aerosmith’s Steven Tyler for two seasons. Though she’s no longer a judge on the twelfth season early this year, she made an appearance as a performer on the finale.
If she’s back on the judging seat, she will be joined by Keith Urban who’s already been confirmed by FOX chairman Kevin Reilly at the TCA. More new judge is expected to join them as Randy, Mariah Carey and Nicki Minaj exit the show.
It will be a battle between an R&B diva and a country music beauty in “American Idol“ season 12 finale. Candice Glover and Kree Harrison will be battling it out for the champion title as Angie Miller was sent home in the last elimination show of the season.
Candice, who closed the Wednesday performances show with her emotional rendition of “Somewhere”, was believed to have had secured her place in the grand finale at the end of the night. Jimmy Iovine said of the 23-year-old, “If she goes home, I’m going with her.”
Kree and the judges, meanwhile, were clearly shocked that she made it to the finale instead of Angie. Fighting back tears, Angie sang Colton Dixon’s “Never Gone” as her goodbye song.
Judge Mariah Carey, meanwhile, unveiled the music video for her new duet with Miguel, “#Beautiful”. Season 10 runner-up Lauren Alaina returned to perform her new song “Barefoot and Buckwild”, and Alicia Keys catered the audience with her performance of “Tears Always Win”.
Next week will not only be the time to find out the winner of “Idol” season 12, but will also mark the last time Randy Jackson sitting on the judging panel. The only remaining original judge announced earlier on Thursday, May 9 that he would be leaving the show after 12 seasons.
“Yo! Yo! Yo! To put all of the speculation to the rest, after 12 years of judging on American Idol I have decided it is time to leave after this season,” the music producer said in a statement. “I am very proud of how we forever changed television and the music industry. It’s been a life changing opportunity but I am looking forward to focusing on my company Dream Merchant 21 and other business ventures.”
Words are, FOX will change the entire judge line-up of “Idol” for the next season following ratings decline. The Wrap also reports that executive producer Nigel Lythgoe may not be returning.
Randy’s confirmation of his departure from the veteran singing competition comes hot on heels of Mariah’s announcement that she dropped Randy as her manager.
Following his successful mentoring stint on “American Idol“, Harry Connick Jr. may return to the show next year with a bigger role. Rumors circulating that the jazz singer/actor has been approached to join the show as a mentor for the upcoming season and he confirms it.
“You know, they kinda wanted to know if I would be interested in it,” he told E! News when met backstage of the FOX singing competition after the May 2 results show. Though he enjoyed his time on the show, he pointed out that nothing had been set in stone as saying, “It’s a fun show. It’s been talked about before, who knows what’ll happen in the future. What I’ve done thus far on the show has been really fun, so I’ve had a great time.”
Asked about his salary demand, the 45-year-old jokingly replied, “$600 million!” On a serious note, he admitted that scheduling issue would be a problem should he take the gig. “I’m going on tour this year so, like, when would I do it? It’s that kind of thing,” he said.
Connick Jr. further revealed that he had been asked to be a judge on the show before after mentoring contestants in season 9. “The last time I was here, I was so flattered that they were kind of talking about it,” he recalled. “And it didn’t work out. There were a lot of things going on on their side and a lot of things going on on my side with just stuff. It’s hard to make a commitment like that.”
Sharing his vision of an ideal judge, the Daniel Connelly depicter in “P.S. I Love You” said, “I think you need to be completely honest, and I think you need to be diplomatic. I think there’s no reason to be mean, but it is called being a ‘judge.’ You have to judge. That’s what you do.”
Connick Jr. recently returned to “Idol” to serve as a mentor for the Top 4 of season 12. He also took the stage as a musical performer on the latest results show, which revealed the Top 3 and saw Amber Holcomb being sent home.
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Janelle Arthur has become the first girl to be eliminated from the Top 10 of “American Idol“ season 12. The 23-year-old Tennessean landed in the bottom two along with Kree Harrison, but she’s the one who had to sing for her life on Thursday, April 18.
She performed The Supremes’ “You Keep Me Hangin’ On” to show that she deserved to stay on the competition, but the judges decided not to use the save. “There’s two for and two not for, so unfortunately, baby, it’s not unanimous. We’re not gonna use it,” Randy Jackson announced, saying that the debate was “tough.” He added, “We love you, though. We love-love you. Thank you.”
Nicki Minaj indeed had predicted on Wednesday that Janelle would get low votes from audience, but told her, “You need to know you were great.” Jimmy Iovine, meanwhile, critcized her song choice on “Ladies’ night”, calling her choice of “Dumb Blonde” a case of “right diva, wrong song.”
With Janelle’s elimination, it means Kree is in the Top 4 along with Candice Glover, Angie Miller and Amber Holcomb.
The latest results show saw the return of former Idols Clay Aiken, who sang “Bridge Over Troubled Water”, and Fantasia Barrino, who performed her new song “Lose to Win”. Former “Idol” judge Paula Abdul also made appearance, praising Candice’s performance of ”Straight Up” on Wednesday night. Fall Out Boy, Jordin Sparks and Jason Derulo were additionally seen watching from the audience.
It’s an all-female Top 5 on “American Idol“ season 12. Being the last male contestant among strong female singers, Lazaro Arbos was voted out on Thursday, April 11′s results show. The elimination was quite predictable though, considering his panned rendition of “Close to You” on Wednesday.
Amber Holcomb was in the bottom two along with Lazaro, but she was later deemed safe. Lazaro, meanwhile, sang Michael Buble’s “Feelin’ Good” as his survival song, but unfortunately it’s not enough to convince the judges to keep him on the competition.
“Lazaro, we love you, you’ve been a treasure to the show,” said Randy Jackson. “We’ve enjoyed you, but we’re not going to use the save.” Lazaro said with a smile, “OK. Sounds good. No problem, guys.”
Earlier the night, it was revealed that Kree Harrison and Candice Glover were the top 2 of vote getters. They will return next week with Angie Miller, Janelle Arthur as well as Amber.
Filling the results show before the eliminated finalist was announced were first “Idol” winner Kelly Clarkson who sang “People Like Us” and season 10 winner Scotty McCreery who catered the audience with his performance of “See You Tonight”.
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Results April 4: Burnell Taylor Eliminated
The ‘American Idol‘ alums return to the singing competition show to perform their respective singles before Burnell Taylor gets eliminated.
As “American Idol” season twelve bid goodbye to contestant Burnell Taylor, the show said “welcome back” to season four’s big winner Carrie Underwood and season nine’s finalist Casey James on April 4. The two former contestants dropped by the show to sing their respective singles before host Ryan Seacrest finally revealed the results of last night’s Top 7 rock sing-off.
Six-time Grammy Award-winning country star Underwood performed her new single “See You Again” from her album “Blown Away”. The 30-year-old singer has been back on the “Idol” stage countless of times before over the past eight years since she won the popular TV reality singing competition. She held back some tears during the short chit-chat with Seacrest after her performance, as she professed her love for the show that had brought her much fame and success.
Prior to her performance, up-and-coming country rock crooner James launched his new single “The Good Life” on the show where he first showcased his vocal prowess and guitar-playing skills. The 30-year-old looker, whom Seacrest revealed had left the shirt he was supposed to wear on the show that night, was sweet enough to bring along some gifts for the remaining top seven contenders.
Taylor’s performance last night of Bon Jovi’s “You Give Love A Bad Name” did not score him enough votes to beat Janelle Arthur, who joined him in the bottom two. Alas, only Lazaro Arbos remains as the “last man standing” in the season that has been dominated by the female belters.
Carrie Underwood sings “See You Again”
Ten guys had their turn to sing in front of live audience and the judges on “American Idol” Thursday, February 21. Up first was Paul Jolley, who chose Keith Urban’s song “Tonight I’m Gonna Cry”. Keith said “it’s a huge honor” to have someone singing his song and praised Paul’s “really great voice.”
Nicki Minaj warned him, “Even when the song may be understated, your eyes may be very theatrical, so you’ve got to watch that.” Randy Jackson compared Paul’s voice to Gary LeVox of Rascal Flatts, while Mariah Carey found him refreshing.
Johnny Keyser did Jason Mraz’s “I Won’t Give Up”, but he was off key at the beginning. Still, Keith said, “That was good. That’s the best you’ve sung, I think.” Nicki and Mariah praised his appearance, but the latter added, “It’s a competition, so you have to show your voice.” Randy called it an “OK performance,” but “you can’t play it safe.”
J’DA covered Adele’s “Rumor Has It” and Keith commended him for putting on a show. Nicki called him a superstar performer, but said his voice was “a little whiny,” which Randy agreed with. Mariah, on the other hand, said, “I liked the vocal. I was, like, wow, he’s doing a lot, and he’s also not wavering.”
Kevin Harris delivered a soulful version of “(Everything I Do) I Do It for You”, but there were some pitch issues. Keith loved the song, “but we don’t think this was a good choice for the competition.” Nicki said Kevin’s vocal was 100%, but Randy felt it was like karaoke and boring.
Chris Watson opted for Otis Redding’s “Sittin’ on the Dock of the Bay”. Keith said his vocal wasn’t the best, but the country music crooner liked the way Chris carried himself on stage. Nicki wasn’t wowed by his song choice, but she still loved him. Randy commented, “Once again, I’m waiting for people to show me something vocally,” and Mariah agreed with him.
Devin Velez might be an aswer to Randy’s wish as he showed great vocal performance with his rendition of Beyonce Knowles’ “Listen”, whose lyrics were changed into Spanish. “That’s the way to do it, Devin. You walk out there and you can sing. You’ve got a voice,” Keith raved.
“Not only did you do an amazing job at singing the song, but I think you made a smart choice, as an artist, to sing in Spanish,” Nicki added, as Randy said, “It was a great arrangement. … Dude, love, love, big props to you.” Mariah, meanwhile, “can’t wait to see what a producer does when you get into the studio and make an album.”
Elijah Liu may not have the best voice, but Nicki called him “the most marketable face/voice combination I have seen tonight.” She gushed, “I would sign you today,” and Mariah sang a similar praise, “You’re extremely marketable.” Keith and Randy noted his performance of Bruno Mars’ “Talking to the Moon” was shaky, but said that Elijah had the star quality.
Jimmy Smith sang Keith’s “Raining on Sunday” and the original singer said, “I thought you did a really good job with that.” Nicki and Randy found it boring, but Mariah still had hope for him as saying, “I still think there’s something about you that America should be able to see.”
Curtis Finch Jr. gave a slow-jam treatment to “Superstar”. “Every time you step on stage, you raise the competition to another level,” Nicki said. Randy called him “one of the best singers” in the competition, but advised him to “keep it young.” Mariah was moved by the performance and admitted, “You brought me to tears.”
At the end of the night, only five of them got to stay on the show. They lucky ones were Devin, Charlie, Elijah, Curtis and Paul. Jimmy Iovine was there to help the judges make the decision when they were divided on Paul.
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American Idol Season 12: In five days, the new season of American Idol kicks off in New York City with one of the most emotional premieres ever. And what could possibly make the judges run for cover? Tune in Wednesday January 16th on FOX.
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