CJ Harris' American Idol journey has come to an end. The soulful singer was eliminated after falling in the bottom two with Jessica Meuse. Harris sang 'Can't You See' for his swan song but got too choked up to finish.
Keith Urban's latest installment of "Idol Chatter" uncovers Ryan Seacrest's hidden talent. The weekly video series launched last week, promising to take us "behind the scenes" at American Idol. Click to watch as Keith uncovers the secret.
American Idol said goodbye to country boy Dexter Roberts. The Alabama native was eliminated after finding himself in the bottom with Jessica Meuse, who I thought should have been the one sent home. Her version of Miranda Lambert's Gunpowder and Lead fell flat.
Keith Urban is starting a new weekly video series that he says will give us an inside look at American Idol. Click to watch as Keith gives us more of a look at his sense of humor than actual "behind the scenes."
Former American IdolDavid Cook returned to mentor the Top 8 for 80s week, a decade when none of the Idols were even born. I was really looking forward to this week since 80s music is my all time favorite, but it was a little boring. Dexter Robertsdelivered an average performance of 'Keep Your Hands to Yourself.' CJ Harris' 'Free Fallin'' was a bit better. Thankfully rocker Caleb Johnson saved the night with the Journey classic 'Faithfully.'
The American Idol Top 8 went back to where it all started, performing their audition songs. Country boy Dexter Roberts sang Brett Eldredge's 'One Mississippi,' CJ Harris poured his soul into 'Soul Shine,' but it was Malaya Watson who had the performance of the night with 'Ain't No Way.'
Dexter Roberts went to the 'Boondocks,' Caleb Johnson got sexy, Jennifer Lopez dropped the F-bomb and Harry Connick Jr. insulted Keith Urban fans on American Idol. It was a jam packed night of entertainment as the Top 9 were 'In with the Band,' performing band songs on American Idol.
In this video, Keith Urban talks about the first time he ever heard himself on the radio. He says, "It was in a place called Tamworth, Country capitol of Australia." The song he heard himself singing was called "Homefires."
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