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American Idol: Chris Medina Audition

January 27, 2011 05:26 AM by Christine McDow

Chris Medina is a real man who honors vows he intended to make but never got a chance by taking care of his fiance who got a traumatic brain injury leaving her handicapped just months before they were to get married. He auditions for American Idol hoping to make a better life for the both of them. The judges love him and send him through to Hollywood. Will he make it to the top 40? Let us know what you think about him.

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4 Responses to “American Idol: Chris Medina Audition”

  1. Tammy Says:
    January 27th, 2011 at 6:37 am

    I just wanted to say that I think Chris Medina is awsome, even though it’s only started Chris has made a big impression on me. I have never seen any 26 year old guy who has as much compassion as he does, for this wonderful person he calls his soon to be wife, I cried the moment he brought her back stage to meet the judges, its wonderful that he has stood by her and is there for her because even though she may not seem the same outside she is on the inside and she knows now how commited he really is to her…..That what I call LOVE Chris, you are the best


  2. Kathleen Kocher Says:
    January 27th, 2011 at 10:06 am

    I think Chris is the best! I am in almost the same position as Chris. My husband had a car accident almost 2 months before our 25th wedding anniversary and has a traumatic brain injury. I take those wedding vows seriously…”in sickness and in health” and I commend Chris for staying with the love of his life. I know how hard it is for him! I hope he goes all the way to the top on American Idol!

  3. kelly Says:
    January 27th, 2011 at 1:00 pm

    he was amazing…. i cried… amazing he stood by her side!

  4. Elayn Says:
    January 28th, 2011 at 1:32 pm

    I wish Chris much success in American Idol !!! He has a great voice but also a special personality, integrity, honor, committment and displays True Love for his fiance. May God grant them both a beautiful and prosperous life!! With God anything and all things are possible.

    July 4 1995 my fiance collided with me while mountain biking in Colorado during vacation. We live in Arizona. I died in the accident and chose to come back. He abandoned me. My father had just died 3 months earlier so the whole family was grieving. Never really told my mom how badly injured I was. Broken bones, torn ligaments, fractured teeth, lost my eyesight. Had no insurance because my fiance forgot to send in my application before the trip – he sold health insurance. Where there is a will there is a way. I commanded my brain to find a way to see so I could take care of myself. God granted that – ask and you shall receive. God has always been with me – I had pseudovision for 5 years before my real eyesight began to come back. I walk today because I was in the pool 1 1/2 hours 3 times a day for 6 years. For 15 years I have diligently worked on myself 24/7 to recover being guided along with what I had been trained as a neuromuscular therapist. I designed and developed many protocols – “Do It and See What You Get”. Keep what works and replace the rest and during the exchanges your resolution will happen for you. Have started to present my techniques at conferences and teach people how to help themselves and their loved ones.

    All the very best Chris to you and your fiance!! Thoughts can create your new reality. What you speak will come forth. Go with God and succeed and Shine in all you both do!! It worked for me – I am probably 90% recovered from TBI/PTSD. An exciting journey of discovery to share.


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