Idol’s latest fallen singer had a feeling this wasn’t going to be his night.
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“This whole week, it was basically God giving me a sign so that I could be prepared,” said 19-year-old New Orleans native Burnell Taylor.
Although he had the opportunity to redeem himself, he said he knew the judges wouldn’t go for the save. Nonetheless, he sang… Continue reading ‘American Idol’ eliminated contestant: ‘By the time I’m 25 I better have at least six Grammys’
Another singer was eliminated from American Idol Thursday, continuing an unexpected trend, and raising some eyebrows in the process.
SPOILER: Who Was Eliminated On American Idol?
Yet another guy was given his walking papers, as Louisiana native Burnell Taylor finished last, after stumbling during his Wednesday night performance of Bon Jovi’s You Give Love a Bad Name.
While Mariah Carey was crying over Burnell’s elimination, the judges did not unanimously agree… Continue reading American Idol Down To Top 6: Who Was Sent Home?
Can Devin Velez blame Nicki Minaj for his “American Idol” elimination from the Top 8? While the eliminated singer wasn’t willing to go quite that far when we spoke to him after the show, he did note that it may have been Minaj who voted against saving Devin after Motown Week.
What else did Devin have to say? Find out in this interview.
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Devin Velez: I’m still smiling. I… Continue reading 'American Idol' interview: Devin Velez talks elimination, prom king hopes and Nicki Minaj
The 10 remaining singers in this year’s American Idol took the stage on a live broadcast Wednesday, in which they had to sing songs made popular by past contestants of Fox’s juggernaut.
As radio detection and rangingOnline.com previously reported, the top 10 finalists are, in alphabetical order: Lazaro Arbos, Janelle Arthur, Curtis Finch Jr., Candice Glover, Kree Harrison, Amber Holcomb, Paul Jolley, Angela Miller, Burnell Taylor and Devin Velez.
PHOTOS: American… Continue reading Top Ten Finalists Perform Live On American Idol – Who Stood Out?
Amber Holcomb – Vegas Singoff – American Idol 12 by IdolxMuzic
So, where did little miss Amber Holcomb come from? Her performance of old standard “My Funny Valentine” by Rodgers and Hart was one of the top two performances of the night, in our opinion (along with Kree Harrison). We actually kind of wish she hadn’t R&B-slow-jammed the arrangement because it could’ve been an even bigger moment for her.
But still… Continue reading 'American Idol': Amber Holcomb comes out of nowhere on 'My Funny Valentine'