Yesterday marked 80s night on American Idol. It proved an interesting experiment, in part, because none of the remaining contestants were even alive in the 80s! Although there were a few respectable performances, the main attraction of the evening was the goofy judging panel.
This was an incredibly emotional week on American Idol. Following a botched rendition of Pink’s Perfect during Wednesday’s top ten episode, MK Nobilette was sent packing. Suffice to say, the singer’s devoted Facebook fans are not happy about this development.
It was only a matter of time before a song from the hit film Frozen made it to American Idol. We’re happy to report that Idol darling Majesty Rose took the big step, impressing the judges with a stunning cover of Let It Go for movie night.
Playing favorites is an integral part of The Voice, but on American Idol, it takes a distinctively different form. Jena Irene may not be an official member of Team Jennifer, but she definitely has JLo’s support!
It’s been over a month since Ruben Studdard showed off his 119 pound weight loss on The Biggest Loser finale, leaving many Facebook and Twitter fans wondering if he would keep up his journey at home. Now, the former Idol champ is speaking out about his time on the show, and he even revealed his current weight!
It’s been a few weeks since we’ve seen Ruben Studdard show off his weight loss on The Biggest Loser finale, where he also performed his new single Meant To Be. Now, the Idol alum is dishing all about his new album, Unconditional Love, and what we can expect from it!
Jennifer Lopez may have taken up residence behind the judging table, but based on last night’s episode of American Idol, it’s obvious that she can still work a crowd! Following an Emily Piriz rendition of Let’s Get Loud, the JLo generously offered the contestant a few pointers…and left the audience begging for more!
Last night, fans of American Idol had the opportunity to learn more about their favorite contestants based on their song choices for Home Week. Now, the question remains: who will have to actually return home — for good?
America loves MK Nobilette. Not only is she the first openly gay contestant to make the top 13 on American Idol, she’s also boasts an impressive set of pipes and a charming personality. Last night, MK received a standing ovation for her cover of Allen Stone’s Satisfaction — and we think she deserved the enthusiastic response.
We’ve made it to the top 13 on American Idol and already, several front runners have emerged. While Majesty Rose and Alex Preston have certainly impressed with their vocal talent, Caleb Johnson was definitely the guy to beat during last night’s episode.