The American Idol Top 20 are FILMING solos and celebrity duets at the Wiltern Theater in Los Angeles on Thursday Feb 14 and Friday Feb 15 respectively. The shows are set to AIR on Monday April 1, Sunday April 7 and Monday April 8.
American Idol 2019 Season Schedule
American Idol 2019 Spoilers – Top 20 Contestant List
American Idol 2019 Spoilers: Top 14 Contestant List
The Idol Pad (@IdolSpoilers) has posted song choices and celebrity performers/song choices on their website. Check out the song spoilers below.
As the rounds finish taping, we’ll be posting any song spoilers in this post, so keep looking for updates! Also, American Idol will likely send out a press release today (Feb 15) with confirmation of the celebrity duet partners. That info will be available in a separate post when it is no longer a spoiler.
American Idol 2019 Top 20 All Star Pairing Details and Photo Gallery
UPDATE: The Top 20 were separated into two groups for celebrity duets. The judges advanced seven contestants each night to the Top 14. The Top 14 spoilers will go in a separate post.
UPDATE 4/1: Solo Song Choices Confirmed for tonight’s (April 1) telecast.
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Top 20 Solo Performances (In Order) (Confirmed 4/1)
- Madison VanDenburg – Domino by Jessie J.
- Shawn Robinson – Jealous by Nick Jonas
- Eddie Island (with guitar) – Ho Hey by The Lumineers
- Evelyn Cormier – Leaving on a Jet Plane by John Denver
- Alyssa Raghu – Ain’t It Fun by Paramore
- Ryan Hammond – You Say by Lauren Daigle
- Raquel Trinidad – Lovefool by The Cardigans
- Logan Johnson (with guitar) – Love Don’t Live Here Anymore by City and Color
- Demetrius Graham – Hello by Adele
- Riley Thompson – Jolene by Dolly Parton
- Walker Burroughs – How Deep Is Your Love? by The Bee Gees
- Bumbly – Vision Of Love by Mariah Carey
- Ashley Hess (with piano) – Dreaming With A Broken Heart by John Mayer
- Alejandro Aranda (with guitar) – Fall Apart by Post Malone
- Laine Hardy – Bring it On Home to Me by Sam Cooke
- Kate Barnette (with guitar) – Sunday Morning by Maroon 5
- Uché Ndubizu – Figures by Jessie Reyez
- Jeremiah Harmon (with piano) – Make You Feel My Love by Bob Dylan/Billy Joel
- Laci Kaye Booth (with guitar) – I Want You To Want Me by Cheap Trick
- Wade Cota (with guitar) – All I Want by Kodaline
UPDATE on 4/6: American Idol has confirmed the duet song choices! Airing Sunday and Monday April 7 and 8.
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— American Idol (@AmericanIdol) April 6, 2019
Top 20 Celebrity Duets Performances (In Order)
Group 1 (Episode to Air Sunday April 7)
- Kate Barnette (with guitar) & Pat Benatar & Neil Giraldo – Heartbreaker by Pat Benatar
- Walker Burroughs & Jason Mraz – Have it All by Jason Mraz
- Riley Thompson & Brett Young – Like I Loved You by Brett Young
- Uché Ndubizu & Shaggy – I Need Your Love by Shaggy, Mohombi, Faydee and Costi
- Madison VanDenburg & Pat Benatar & Neil Giraldo – We Belong by Pat Benatar
- Shawn Robinson & Elle King – Proud Mary by Creedence Clearwater Revival
- Ashley Hess (with piano) & Jason Mraz – I’m Yours by Jason Mraz
- Bumbly & Shaggy – Angel by Shaggy & Rayvon
- Laci Kaye Booth & Brett Young – Mercy by Brett Young
- Laine Hardy (with electric guitar) & Elle King – The Weight by The Band
Group 2 (Episode to Air Monday April 8)
- Alyssa Raghunadan & Julia Michaels – Issues by Julia Michaels
- Eddie Island & Lukas Graham – 7 Years by Lukas Graham
- Wade Cota & LovelytheBand (with multiple instruments) – Broken by Lovely the Band
- Ryan Hammond and Cynthia Erivo – Hold on I’m Comin’ by Sam and Dave
- Evelyn Cormier & Chris Isaak (with guitar) – Wicked Game by Chris Isaak
- Logan Johnson & Julia Michaels – What a Time by Julia Michaels & Niall Horan
- Raquel Trinidad & LovelytheBand (with multiple instruments) – Tiny Dancer by Elton John
- Alejandro Aranda & Ben Harper (both with guitar) – There Will be a Light by Ben Harper
- Dimitrius Graham & Lukas Graham – Love Someone by Lukas Graham
- Jeremiah Harmon & Cynthia Erivo – Time after Time by Cyndi Lauper