Who is going to be crowned the 'American Idol' winner of Season 11? We can't know for sure until the 'American Idol' finale on May 24, but there are only three contestants left in the running.
Phillip Phillips, Jessica Sanchez and Joshua Ledet all have their own unique vocal style, and all three fall into different genres on the music spectrum, so it's definitely going to be a tough decision for voters. We want to know: Who are you rooting for to be named this year's 'American Idol'?
The girl who has wanted to be on ‘American Idol’ since she was 5 years old and putting on little performances for her parents has made it to the final four. Jessica Sanchez has got the judges on her side, but does she have the fans? She proved she can be a star with her voice, now she needs the votes.
Jessica Sanchez’s age was really starting to work against her in the first round of ‘American Idol.’ She’s got a full, bluesy voice, but she doesn’t have the life experience to back up a blues performance. What she does have is the sincerity and talent to, as Jennifer Lopez put it, “captivate the whole audience," which is what she did in the second round.
It’s down to the final six in ‘American Idol’ after Colton Dixon was eliminated last week. Now, with the stakes high and no saves left for the judges to exercise, the remaining hopefuls seem to understand just how serious the competition has become.
"Jessica doesn't deserve to be in the bottom three if she sang 'Yankee Doodle Dandee," mentor Jimmy Iovine said of Jessica Sanchez on 'American Idol' tonight. Sanchez was nearly booted from the competition last week -- she got a second chance after she was saved by the judges -- but she made a triumphant comeback with covers of Alicia Keys' 'Fallin'' and Otis Redding's 'Try a Little Tenderness.'
Who did you think would get eliminated from the 'American Idol' competition tonight? Holly? Colton? Phillip? How about… nobody. That's right. This week, 'Idol' judges Randy Jackson, Steven Tyler, and Jennifer Lopez saved America from themselves by rejecting the vote to send Jessica Sanchez home.
Jessica Sanchez may be the youngest person in this season of 'American Idol,' but she sure as heck isn't at any kind of a disadvantage from her lack of years. The 16-year-old San Diego native brought her powerhouse diva vocals to the 'Idol' stage tonight, and she did it all with the ease and poise of a pro. Before her moment in the spotlight, Sanchez talked about her giant Filipino family back in California, saying they like to all make Filipino food and watch the show together.
Beyonce has her Sasha Fierce alter ego and 'American Idol' hopeful Jessica Sanchez has her own in the form of Bebe Chez! On tonight's episode (April 4), where the contestants tackled the '80s, Sanchez, aka Chez, boosted the tempo of an otherwise snoozy episode full of ballads with the late Whitney Houston's dancey anthem 'How Will I Know,' which is easily one of her best songs.
'American Idol' contestant Jessica Sanchez is a diva in the making, so it was only appropriate that she serenade us in a Sasha Fierce fashion singing ‘Sweet Dreams’ by Beyonce Knowles. Sanchez coined Knowles as her idol stating “As a kid I used to try and do her moves, but I don’t anymore because I know I can’t do them!” We'd still like to see her give it the old college try.
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