A flu bug is running across the American Idol stage, leaving no fewer than three singers on vocal rest and several others flat-out sick. Mentor Scott Borchetta says bad habits are catching up with a few finalists, and it may not be the three you’re thinking.
Keith Urban shared a special moment with one of the contestants on the final season of American Idol, becoming visibly emotional as he talked about his beloved father, who passed away in December of 2015.
At the end of Thursday night's episode of American Idol (FOX, 8PM ET) two more finalists will be sent home, but first all eight remaining singers will perform one solo song, as well as a duet with another contestant. Mentor Scott Borchetta admits he's concerned about the Tristan McIntosh, Lee Jean pairing.
American Idol mentor Scott Borchetta is expecting a rebound week from country music's only remaining Season 15 finalist. Tristan McIntosh's version of Vince Gill's "Go Rest High on That Mountain" will be her best yet, he says.
In American Idol’s final season, 15-year-old Tristan McIntosh has been burning up the stage with her powerful renditions of country tunes, including Carrie Underwood’s “Last Name,” and now, Rascal Flatts’ “What Hurts the Most.”
Nashville native Tristan McIntosh is hoping to be the next and final American Idol, and judging by the 15-year-old’s performance of Carrie Underwood’s “Good Girl” in the Top 24 on Wednesday night (Feb. 17), she may just do it.
Lauren Alaina stopped by her old stomping grounds for American Idol’s final season this Thursday (Feb. 11), performing a duet with one of the current contestants. The country artist sang Lee Ann Womack’s “I Hope You Dance,” which Alaina also sang during her tenure on the show.
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