On Monday’s American Idol, the 12 contestants from the top 24 who performed solos on Sunday night took the stage again to sing celebrity duets with professionals from the industry. At the end of the night, five contestants were eliminated by judges Katy Perry, Lionel Richie and Luke Bryan. The remaining artists, along with the
American Idol season 16 returned for another night of brutal Hollywood Week cuts. Around 75 contestants survived the lines of 10 and group performances last week, and Sunday night’s episode whittled the competition down to the top 50. After solo performances, Idol hopefuls were sorted into three rooms, and judges Katy Perry, Luke Bryan and
On the road to Hollywood Week, American Idol judges Katy Perry, Lionel Richie and Luke Bryan saw a new slew of auditions tonight. All Idol hopefuls needed were two yes votes from the panel to advance. The first singer to audition tonight was Trevor McBane, singing “Colder Weather” by Zac Brown Band. It was a
Yet again, the judges were mostly in agreement. The auditions for the American Idol revival continued Sunday night on ABC, with judges Katy Perry, Luke Bryan and Lionel Richie searching for new talent all over the country. The first artist to go before the judges was Crystal Alicea, singing “Lay Me Down” by Sam Smith.
FremantleMedia signs deals in 150 territories, with an exec saying: “To see one of the biggest entertainment shows on a streaming service is a not only a first, but testament to the appetite for ‘American Idol’.” Amazon Prime Video has snatched up the relaunched version of American Idol for the U.K. and will air episodes
The singing competition is set to return in March. “I’m sorry, I just don’t know how to critique sitting down. It’s never been my style,” Lionel Richie says as he leaves his white chair from behind the judges’ table and rises to give four contestants some of his nearly five decades of career wisdom. The famed crooner