She may have been voted off Season 13 of American Idol in 12th place.
But Emily Piriz isn’t about to give up her dream of pursuing a career in music.
You might remember her as the young woman who sang her entire blind audition song on The Voice in Spanish, yet enticed Blake Shelton to turn around.
Yes, Blake Shelton, of country music fame. He said he just couldn’t resist her big voice.
Yes, Elise Testone, I know you’ve released a brilliant blues album.
Yes, Megan Joy, I know you’ve released a sophomore album full of throwback pop songs better than anything you got to sing on American Idol.
So, it turns out American Idol still has hit-making potential.
Thursday night, Season 11 winner Phillip Phillips showed up on the Idol stage to sing his new single.
Adam Lambert will be performing as the frontman for Queen during a summer tour.
And that tour will land in Philly on July 16.
The Top 12 took the American Idol stage Wednesday night to sing songs that reminded them of home.
The results were mixed, and so were the critiques the singers received from the Idol judges.
The most popular song from Tuesday’s episode of The Voice didn’t come from the artist who turned the most chairs.
It came from Morgan Wallen, the 20-year-old landscaper from Knoxville, Tenn., who performed second on the show.
Blake Shelton trails the other Voice coaches in singers three episodes into the blind auditions.
But he made his choices count Monday night, when he landed two of the three artists to earn four-chair turns.
One song from Monday’s episode of The Voice cracked the Top 200 on the iTunes singles chart this morning.
And that song is — “Zombie” by Clarissa Serna.
Last week, Blake Shelton said Usher and Shakira are fighting harder than ever for the artists they want in their second season on The Voice.
Here’s evidence: Four singers earned four-chair turns on last week’s episodes. Two landed on Team Usher.