American Idol’s Camryn Lee Smith Shares her Faith on the Hawaii Showcase Stage
In the end, Camryn decides that expressing her faith on stage is important, which is why she chose to sing the worship song, “Break Every Chain,” by Tasha Cobbs Leonard on the Aulani outdoor stage.
The next day in front of the judges Lionel Richie, Katy Perry and Luke Bryan, Camryn describes herself as an artist who feels most connected while singing songs about the Lord. Katy compliments Camryn, calling her a “fantastic worship leader.” But how does she feel about Camryn donning her worship leader persona on the American Idol stage?
WARNING: American Idol Spoiler Ahead!
Those who want to remain 100 percent spoiler free? DO NOT watch the clip below. That fade to black right before the the judges reveal Camryn’s fate never materializes. I believe it’s the first time the show has spoiled a result in a preview. Maybe producers figured that giving out one result is no big deal, considering the entire Top 20 has been spoiled on the internets. Note for commenters: Discussing the results in this clip is fine. Spoiling the remaining Top 20 is not! Heh.
American Idol Hawaii Showcase/Final Judgement Part 1 airs on ABC Sunday March 29 at 8 pm ET/PT. Worth noting: ABC has shuffled the American Idol schedule after coronavirus concerns halted the show’s production schedule. The Top 40 showcase will conclude NEXT Sunday April 6, with a couple of clip shows to follow. The network took Idol off of the Monday schedule:
Watch Camryn Lee Smith perform “Break Every Chain” before receiving her final judgement in front of the judges below.