American Idol is coming back! Maybe. Reports indicate that ABC will bring back the long-running Fox reality singing competition that spawned the careers of Kelly Clarkson, Carrie Underwood, Scotty McCreery and more.
Trent Harmon can't wait for fans to hear the new music he's been working on. The most recent American Idol winner says he's written four or five songs for his debut album and one called "On Paper" is really special.
As a huge 'American Idol' fan is was kind of bittersweet to watch the final episode of the show. The finale this season had Trent Harmon versus La'Porsha Renae and frankly who won took a backseat to seeing how they would send off this iconic piece of American television.
Just two shows left of 'American Idol' and the top three become the final two with the winner crowned Thursday night. The show opens with one of those infamous American Idol group songs. Then Ryan Seacrest announces that the first round will feature the song that will be released to radio if they are the winner.
Trent Harmon looked like an American Idol frontrunner during and after his performance of ZZ Top's "Sharp Dressed Man" last Thursday. Mentor Scott Borchetta says he's playing the part off stage as well, but stopped short of admitting Harmon has passed La'Porsha Renae as the singer to beat.
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