Candice Glover won "American Idol" Season 12 over Kree Harrison as Psy, Jennifer Hudson, Jessie J, Adam Lambert and Aretha Franklin performed.
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Angie Miller, Candice Glover or Kree Harrison is about to be cut as "American Idol" names its two finalists.
First person into the finale is Glover! Which is awesome; she deserves to be in, but there were some real doubts about her level of fan support. I'm assuming fan favorite -- and the front-runner for most of the season -- Miller will join her, which would also be...Read more »
"American Idol" is cutting to its Season 12 final two tonight -- just hours after veteran judge Randy Jackson announced this is his last year.
Ryan Seacrest has some fun with this, stopping in front of Jackson's chair during his opening right after saying we'll find out tonight who's "leaving the show." He then quips, "how about a heads up?!" as Jackson laughs.
Lauren...Read more »
Will Kreedom get her freedom? If six of our nine "Idol" psychics are right, it's looking like a Candice Glover-Angie Miller throwdown on next week's "American Idol" finale.
Poor Kree Harrison. Even an emotional visit to her Woodville, Texas, hometown might not be enough to save her from the last roundup tonight. In fact, the producers may have helped Kree dig her own grave...Read more »
“Somebody hasn’t had any carbs this week,” said Ryan Seacrest after Mariah Carey took to the stage and the judges’ table on "American Idol" Wednesday night wearing a scalloped, cropped white top and hip slung skirt that exposed a swathe of toned tummy. The pop star, once a spokeswoman for Jenny Craig appeared to be toned and fit. “Looking good there Mariah,” Seacrest said. She did.
Her...Read more »
It was a wild, tearful night on "American Idol" as Candice Glover pulled out a showstopper to perhaps challenge Angie Miller as the favorite to win it all, while Glover and Kree Harrison's emotional homecomings prompted some of the most memorable moments of the year from a choked-up Nicki Minaj.
Everyone sang three songs tonight — one chosen by mentor Jimmy Iovine, then...Read more »
Candice Glover gets ovation, Angie Miller hits groove, Kree Harrison shows 'wild side' on 'American Idol'
Angie Miller's third and final song, as picked by the "American Idol" producers, is Emeli Sande's "Maybe." She's at the piano, and it's classic Angie -- driven, smooth, energetic and compelling. Not amazing but well-done.
Randy Jackson thought it was good, Mariah Carey says "I have nothing negative at all to say about the performance." Keith Urban says she's "finding...Read more »
Candice Glover up first as the "American Idol" finalists sing their second song, picked by the judges. First they show her visit back to her hometown -- St. Helena, S.C. Bit rainy but hundreds show up as she visits her old workplace, rides a red moped; then starts crying as she visits her family.
"When she rolled up in a limo that did something to me," says her mom....Read more »
Angie Miller's vocal 'spectacular,' Candice Glover brings 'power,' Kree Harrison lacks 'pizzazz' on 'American Idol'
Kree Harrison kicks things off on "American Idol" -- they're singing three songs tonight, first one picked by mentor Jimmy Iovine. Doing a Pink song, the one known as "Perfect."
It's not very good; odd choice, nothing memorable or interesting. Almost like she was mailing it in. She's been mediocore the last few weeks, not sure what's happening with her.
Keith Urban...Read more »
Amber Holcomb cut from 'American Idol,' sings Whitney Houston as Angie Miller, Candice Glover, Kree Harrison make final three
Angie Miller, Amber Holcomb, Kree Harrison or Candice Glover is about to be cut from "American Idol" — and as Nicki Minaj says, none of them really deserve to go; the best four made it to the end.
But only three can move on; and the first to make it is Miller, which is totally expected. She's most probably going to win this thing; hasn't been the best, but has been good and consistently...Read more »
The best four finalists ever on “American Idol” are going to be chopped to three tonight — and they remind us right off the bat about how good they are with a rousing version of Beyonce's “Crazy in Love.“
It's pure energy flying around the stage, with strong vocals from everyone. Rare that a group sing meshes as well as this; even the choreography is inspired.
David Cook, season seven's...Read more »