Wednesday, 23 January, 2019

Orlando resident snags a golden ticket to Hollywood on 'American Idol'

Stacy Diaz | 13 March, 2018, 23:12

Sohmer - who goes by the stage name Samothias, a nickname his dad gave him as a kid - said he wasn't much of a singer until Wheaton North vocal music director Kassy Krause encouraged him to join show choir. Plus, it's only a matter of time until we see her own shoe collection front and center.

Perry's onscreen ensembles can only get better from here as we patiently wait for "American Idol" live shows.

Noah Davis brought his love of alpacas and his wig-based lexicon to his audition.

Initially, the judges were like "nah, dog", as we can see from the below photo, but if you think Bryan, Perry, and Richie are immune to the rollicking beats of an impromptu dance party, you don't know your "Roar" from your "Hello". Some truly incredible voices-and some pretty unique ones, too-got their chance to sing for the judges and earn that coveted golden ticket to Hollywood.

A few moments later, when Trevor responded "Yes, ma'am" to Perry, she replied, "Don't call me ma'am!" Luke added that Riss has "the voice of an angel", and she received a golden ticket without hesitation. William Casanova, 26, is the next artist to audition, and he sings "A Song For You" for the judges. You've got none. And you're not annoying.

Trevor Holmes, 27, captivated Katy's attention and later revealed that he's had a longtime crush on her, though he now has a girlfriend.

Michelle Sussett was the first contestant to try out in Los Angeles, she succeeds in drawing judges attention by her performance in which she sang a Spanish language song and danced as well. Although Trevor broke Katy's heart by being in a relationship with someone else, the three judges determined he must go to Hollywood.

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