American Idol 2019 Audition Recap, Highlight, Reviews

American Idol

This Sunday, American Idol came back with its brand new season. This year’s host is Ryan Seacrest and Judges are Katy Perry, Luke Bryan, and Lionel Richie. The bus looking for talents toured whole America in search of its precious pearls those need to be highlighted to the world. Let’s take a look at the highlight, recap of the American Idol first week audition round.

American Idol 2019 Audition Recap, Highlight, Reviews

The Burp:

Margie Mays can’t control herself or her bodily functions as she faces the judges, causing Lionel to say he needs to check into a home.

Next Kelly Clarkson:

The 19-year-old Vietnamese immigrant became an instant frontrunner in Sunday’s Season 2 premiere with her stirring, soulful rendition of “One Night Only,” performed by “Idol” alum Jennifer Hudson in the 2006 movie musical “Dreamgirls,” which netted her a best supporting actress Oscar. 

Yes” in a “No”

Lionel Richie wasn’t quite feeling Uché’s performance of Christina Aguilera’s “Ain’t No Other Man,” but in a surprising turn of events, Lionel changes his tune after the 24-year-old Texan names and explains his musical influences.

Burst of Emotions:

Kai isn’t the strongest singer in this batch of auditions, but her story packs a wallop. Her family struggles financially, they’ve been homeless, lived in shelters, and are currently living in a home with only two beds for eight people. The judges are moved that she’s pushed herself to get here, to follow her dream. So when she starts out on the guitar and nerves get the best of her, they ask her to sing something else. Kai heads to the piano and she’s a completely different singer. It’ll be interesting to see what songs she chooses in the next round.

In true Idolfashion, the most devastating audition was saved for last: We were introduced to Nick, a Nebraskan-turned-Angeleno “who turns to music in search of peace.” Both his older and younger brother died by suicide on separate occasions, fracturing their family beyond repair. “There’s no pain like that,” Nick said. “There are times when I’ve wanted to give up, but I know my brothers would want me to keep pursuing my dream.” They certainly would be proud of his audition performance, a beautiful take on James Bay’s “Let It Go” that sent him through to Hollywood.

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