American Idol auditions take place in Little Rock Arkansas today. American Idol season 8 winner, Kris Allen, is in town to work the audition tables. Check out a Periscope video American Idol filmed on the floor.
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Jessica Sanchez joins Sunday Pinasaya pilot – Jessica Sanchez in in Manilla for some appearances “American Idol runner-up Jessica Sanchez is back in town for a spot duet with Christian Bautista in the premiere episode of the latest comedy-variety show Sunday Pinasaya! on 12 noon, on GMA-7 today. Jessica will spend the afternoon of fun and laughter with the new show’s other mainstays as well like Ai-Ai de las Alas, Marian Rivera, Jose Manalo, Wally Bayola, Alden Richards, Julie Anne San Jose, Barbie Forteza, Valeen Montenegro, Jerald Napoles and Joey Paras.- Read more at Manila Standard Today
Sawyer Fredericks Picks up his Nissan…
The Voice 8 winner won a car as part of his The Voice 8 prize package. Apparently, he’s handing the car over to his parents for the entire family to enjoy.
This is a huge **Thank You** from the entire Fredericks family. To The Voice, Herba Nissan, and to Every Single One Of You who voted tirelessly to get Sawyer into the Finale/ We are so thrilled to have a new reliable vehicle that seats our whole family, including dogs. thank you all so much for our new Nissan Pathfinder. (click to enlarge photo)
Singer-songwriter Luke Wade moves beyond ‘The Voice’ – The Voice 7 alum, Luke Wade worked as a tour guide at the Dr. Pepper plant. The more you know! About playing live, he said, “I put so much more of myself into what I write and what I record. If people know that stuff, and they’re coming because they connect with it, then that’s really the best,” Wade said. “But just having folks there at all is amazing. Awesome.” – Read more at Express News
Christian faith is a solid ‘Anchor’ for Colton Dixon – “I have strong feelings about my faith, and I feel like I wouldn’t be doing my part if I wasn’t singing about it. Musically, I would be doing the exact same thing either way, but I’m allowed freedom to express my faith in the Christian music genre, which I’m very thankful for,” Dixon said. “I wasn’t sure how that would be received by nonbelievers who watched me on ‘Idol,’ but people seem to embrace it.” – Read more at Houston Chronicle