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Latest Jessica Sanchez Items
Coming in second on "American Idol" may still be a path to superstardom, but it no longer offers guaranteed paychecks worthy of the next pop idol or rock star.
From the moment he first stepped in front of the judges and unleashed a folksy take on Michael Jackson's "Thriller," guitar-playing crooner Phillip Phillips seemed preordained to win "American Idol," and not just because he's another white guy with a guitar, the all-too-familiar profile of the previous four "Idol" champions.
Country star Trace Adkins and "American Idol" runner-up Jessica Sanchez are among the performers slated to appear at the National Memorial Day Concert on Sunday night on the West Lawn of the U.S. Capitol.
Phillip Phillips, a bluesy Georgia guitar man, was crowned the new "American Idol" on Wednesday after defeating teenager Jessica Sanchez in record viewer voting. He was the fifth male "Idol" winner in a row.
"American Idol" can count a marriage proposal as part of its 11-season history.
The 11th "American Idol" crown is going to a teenage songbird or a bluesy guitarman.
A teenage songbird or a bluesy guitar man will claim the 11th "American Idol" crown Wednesday.
"American Idol" viewers cast a record 132 million votes in the showdown between bluesy guitar man Phillip Phillips and teenage songbird Jessica Sanchez, host Ryan Seacrest said during Wednesday's finale.
Phillip Phillips, a bluesy Georgia guitar man, was crowned the "American Idol" on Wednesday after defeating teenager Jessica Sanchez in record viewer voting. He was the fifth male "Idol" winner in a row.