This 'American Idol' couple is still going strong a year later, but Poppe still has regrets about their performance on last year's finale.
Lionel Richie said Jeremiah Lloyd Harmon went "past Freddie Mercury," while a proud Katy Perry was reduced to tears.
"You’re one of the best singers I’ve ever heard,” judge Luke Bryan told Baltimore singer Dimitrius Graham, while Katy Perry even compared Dimitrius to the Queen Bee.
Several contestants floundered during their all-star duets, but none so much as Shawn, whose pairing with Elle King seemed doomed from the start.
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The judges aren’t this humble dishwasher's only superstar fans. Stevie Nicks recently raved about him, saying, “When he started to play the first chords, I started to cry."
The instant Uché pranced out in sausage-casing leather trousers, a fluffy fun-fur coat, and no shirt, the judges jumped right out of their seats. And then they stayed out of their seats.
Perry was so shocked, she dropped to her knees and sobbed so hard that her makeup artist had to be dispatched to the scene.
Lionel Richie was moved, saying, “Every time you think you know just about everything and you’ve seen everything, you come on to a show like this and you just remind us of what God’s gift really looks like.”
The judges were amused, and probably a bit relieved, to recognize a friendly face under all that spooky makeup. Who was it?
This moment was so magical that crying judge Katy Perry told the three women, “Your story is a miracle."
Katy Perry killed it in this casual, yet glam, outfit on "American Idol," and it's a trend that you can totally recreate without breaking the bank!
This Sunday on Idol, Cota channeled all of his pain -- and his love for his mother -- into a stunning audition that showcased what judge Katy Perry said was "one of the most unique voices" she’d ever heard.
Shayy Winn and Ethan Payne had viewers -- and Lionel Richie -- reaching for the triple-ply Kleenex this week.
Nebraska singer-songwriter Nick Townsend moved all three judges, even the usually jocular Luke Bryan, with his sad story of suicide and survival.
ABC’s “American Housewife” and “American Idol” are airing a crossover episode in March, the network announced Tuesday at the Television Critics Association press tour. The “American Housewife” episode, which is semi-confusingly titled “American Idol,” is set for Tuesday, March 19 at 8/7c. It will include guest spots from “Idol” judges Luke Bryan, Katy Perry and Lionel Richie and host Ryan Seacrest. “American Housewife’s” “American Idol” follows Taylor’s (Meg Donnelly) dream of becoming a musical superstar, per ABC. Parents Katie (Katy Mixon) and Greg (Diedrich Bader) are skeptical when Taylor announces she will use her college fund to travel to Los Angeles, audition for “American Idol,” wow the judges and become an overnight sensation — but Taylor’s passion is undeniable. The episode was written by Jordan Roter and directed by John Putch. It won’t be the lone musical episode of this third season of “Housewife.” Also Read: 'What We Do in the Shadows': Jemaine Clement Tells Us Why He and Taika Waititi Aren't the Stars of FX Series “A Mom’s Parade” will only ramp up the musicality. May 21’s season finale (also a Tuesday at 8/7c) will include four original songs by composer Justin Paul (“The Greatest Showman,” “Dear Evan Hansen”) and Glenn Slater (“Tangled,” “School of Rock-The Musical”), as well as choreography from Ashley Wallen (“La La Land,” The Greatest Showman”). In this one, frustrated by the lack of appreciation for all she does, Katie decides to go “full-Westport” and leaves the family to fend for themselves, according to the Disney-owned broadcast network. Katie’s plan quickly backfires when the kids seem to be doing just fine, leaving Greg to suffer the brunt of her absence. Guest star Peyton Meyer returns as Trip for the Season 3 finale. Also Read: FX's 'Legion' to End With Third Season “A Mom’s Parade” was written by Rick Weiner & Kenny Schwartz (Story) and Kat Likkel & John Hoberg (Teleplay), and directed by Paul Murphy. In addition to those singled out in the above loglines, “American Housewife”also stars Daniel DiMaggio as Oliver Otto, Julia Butters as Anna-Kat Otto, Carly Hughes as Angela, and Ali Wong as Doris. “American Housewife” is written by Sarah Dunn and produced by Kapital Entertainment and ABC Studios. Dunn, Aaron Kaplan, Rick Wiener and Kenny Schwartz are executive producers. Read original story ‘American Housewife’ and ‘American Idol’ to Air Crossover Episode in March At TheWrap
Watch the real-life sweethearts perform two songs on camera for the very first time, live in the Yahoo studio.
After a fellow "Idol" contestant referred him to a therapist specializing in treating reality TV contestants, the Season 7 runner-up and his family began to heal. Now he’s at peace with his past and in a celebratory mood this holiday season.