It’s hard for me to believe that “American Idol” is celebrating its 14th year! It seems like just yesterday Kelly Clarkson was singing “A Moment Like This” as she was crowned the first idol. We’ve been treated to some amazing talent including Carrie Underwood, Jordin Sparks, Jennifer Hudson, Ruben Studdard, Phillip Phillips (to name a few) and that’s just the beginning. I’m really looking forward to hearing the amazing talent we’ll be treated to on season 14 of American Idol.
Be sure to watch Keith Urban, Jennifer Lopez and Harry Connick, Jr. on American Idol tomorrow night on Fox. In the meantime we have a few sneak peek audition clips to share with you!!!
American Idol Audition video: Meet Riley Bria, 18 years old. Student, Spring Hill, Tennessee. He is a huge fan of Keith Urban!
American Idol audition video: Meet Andrew Annello, age 22. He’s an energetic actor from Springville, Alabama and looking to be the next American Idol!
Meet Piper Jones! She is a 24 year old Nashville, Tennessee native whose grandmother inspired her to pursue music.
Meet Trevor “party in a box” Douglas! He’s a 16 year old student from Fort Worth, Texas who is looking to be your next American Idol!
Meet Hope, she’s the cutest little person to ever audition for “American Idol”! Check out her rendition of Idina Menzel’s “Let It Go”.
Hope gets her golden ticket. Way too cute!!!
Coffee shop employee Cory auditions for judges Keith Urban, Jennifer Lopez and Harry Connick, Jr. by singing Bonnie Raitt’s “I can’t make you love me”.
Meet Kansas City, Missouri native Zack! I have a feeling you will fall in love with his rendition of Bruno Mars hit song Grenade.
Garrett is one of the most talented musicians we’ve ever seen on American Idol! He doesn’t let the fact that he can’t see stop him. He is quite the inspiration. His rendition of Selena’s “Como La Flor” brought me to tears. Beautiful! I’m rooting for you, Garrett!!!!
Watch Garrett sing John Fogerty’s “Proud Mary” and Selena’s “Como La Flor”!
Sarina-Joi Crowe is outstanding! Love her cover of One Republic’s “Love Runs Out”.