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by Cherszy (@cherszy)

Are You Ready for Season 11’s Top 13?

Millions of hopefuls sang, screamed, screeched (eep!), and even cried their hearts out during the first round of the ‘American Idol’ auditions, where our judges traveled from St. Louis to Savannah and all the way to San Diego to scout for the most talented contestants for season 11. As the show brought us from city to city, we met several promising voices. And at the same time, we met this season’s share of crazy contestants, whose voices we wished had never made it out of the shower room. And as this round of auditions came to a close, only the most propitious made it through with a golden ticket to Hollywood. But, this was only the beginning.

Over the course of the next few weeks, we saw how the selected contestants struggled through natural selection, otherwise known as Hollywood week, where drama was the main attraction (as always). With Symone Black fainting after her performance, Amy Brumfield fighting off (and rumored to be spreading) the flu, and Brianna Bell acting so diva-licious during group challenge, we thought the drama was never going to come to an end. Thankfully for us, it did (at least for now).

And then, it was time for the contestants to face their fate on ‘American Idol’. The cuts poured in, and we found ourselves bidding hundreds of aspirants an adieu. The remaining contenders then moved on to the Vegas group round, where they belted it out for a spot on Top 24 (or Top 25).

Sadly, from these 25 very talented contestants, only a handful can make it through as ‘American Idol’ season 11 only has enough spots for 13. After some very memorable vocal performances from these semi-finalists, America voted for their Top 10 and the judges picked out their 3 wildcards.

So, who made it to Top 13? Who will America be voting for week after week this year? Who will we all be looking out for this season? And who has the potential to be the next American Idol?

Scroll on and find out!

[UPDATE] The songs performed (and my personal ratings on these) by each of the contestants every week is and will continuously be listed in this blog post throughout the entire season 11 of ‘American Idol’. In addition, updates on the weekly eliminations will be posted here as well.

Deandre Brackensick 

– eliminated during the 4th week – 

We already met him last season, where he and his fellow teen groupmates gave a beautiful rendition of Queen’s “Somebody to Love” during Hollywood week, but unfortunately got cut before Top 24. But now, he’s back with an even more powerful voice and back for another shot in becoming the next American Idol. And I’m glad that he is. I’m glad that the judges chose him as one of their wildcard picks in the last episode.

What is so interesting about this 17-year-old is that he’s got a wide range, and he can make his voice smoothly transition from one voice type to another. With such an ability, Deandre can pretty much tackle any kind of music, and I’d love to see him experiment with different genres in his next performances.

Deandre may have that angelic voice that is so easy to fall in love with, but that’s not all he’s got to bring to the ‘Idol’ stage this year. Just look at that hair, people. That hair! Now, don’t stare at me like that.

Song list:

Stevie Wonder/Whitney Houston song: “Master Blaster” (Rating: 9/10)

Song from the year the idols were born: “Endless Love” (Rating: 6/10)

Billy Joel song: “Only The Good Die Young” (Rating: 8/10)

Song from their personal idols: “Sometimes I Cry” (Rating: 7.5/10)

Group performance with Joshua Ledet and Heejun Han: “The Lady In My Life/Rock With You/P.Y.T.” (Rating: 8/10)

Song from the ’80s: “I Like It” (Rating:  8/10)

Duet with Hollie Cavanagh: “I’m So Excited” (Rating: 7/10)

Hollie Cavanagh

– eliminated during the 10th week – 

If you’ve heard her sing ‘Reflections’, then you would know why she deserves to be in Top 13. There is just that sense of genuineness and gentleness in this young girl’s voice that can make anyone listening feel joyful and sentimental at the same time. And when she hits the high notes, the entire hall reverberates with every kind of beautiful melody – just amazing.

With a voice so smooth and a personality that seems so down-to-earth, I believe that this 18-year-old is going to go far in this competition. From her performances so far, I can say she’s doing great, but I believe that she can still go further and push herself a little more to be the performer that she can be. She just needs to loosen up a little bit and try to have more fun on stage, and when she does that, she’s definitely on her way to the top.

I hope she doesn’t stick with just singing ballads because I know she can do more than that. I hope she experiments with more upbeat songs in the next challenges, so there’ll be more variety in her performances. I mean, we don’t her to end up like Pia Toscano last season, so I hope to see a more energetic Hollie in the next weeks. But definitely rooting for this gal.

Song list:

Stevie Wonder/Whitney Houston song: “All The Man That I Need” (Rating: 10/10)

Song from the year the idols were born: “The Power of Love” (Rating: 9.5/10)

Billy Joel song: “Honesty” (Rating: 8/10)

Song from their personal idols: “Jesus, Take the Wheel” (Rating: 9/10)

Group performance with Skylar Laine and Jessica Sanchez: “Like A Prayer/Borderline/ Express Yourself” (Rating:  9/10)

Song from the ’80s“Flashdance… What A Feeling” (Rating: 8.5/10)

Duet with Deandre Brackensick: “I’m So Excited” (Rating: 8/10)

Song from 2010: “Perfect” (Rating: 8/10)

Group performance with Joshua Ledet and Jessica Sanchez: “Stronger (What Doesn’t Kill You)” (Rating: 9/10)

Songs from Then and Now: “Rolling in the Deep” (Rating: 10/10) and “Son of a Preacher Man” (Rating: 8.5/10)

Songs from Queen/Contestants’ Choice:  “Save Me” (Rating: 7/10) and “The Climb” (Rating: 9.5/10)

Songs from the 1960’s and British Pop: “River Deep Mountain High” (Rating:  9/10) and “Bleeding Love” (Rating: 9/10)

Music of California and Songs They Wish They Had Written: “Faithfully” (Rating: 10/10) and “I Can’t Make You Love Me” (Rating: 8.5/10)

Colton Dixon

– eliminated during the 7th week – 

For all who have been following the adventures on ‘American Idol’, Colton is a familiar face. To refresh your memory, he auditioned with his sister, Schyler, last year but didn’t get through to Top 24. This year, we saw him in the Savannah auditions but only as a chaperon to his sister. But, after much encouragement from the judges, this Tennessee guy also auditioned and look where he is now – a spot on the Top 13, a spot that he should’ve gotten last year I believe.

He’s got charisma. He’s got style (although I’m not exactly a huge fan of his hair this year). He can play the piano. And best of all, he’s got an incredible voice, which is soothing and strong at the same time. He’s got that rocker vibes in him, but he can equally be that soulful singer. Colton, to me, is the whole package right there.

He certainly knows how to put on a show and simply be the charming and amazing performer that he is, so I’m definitely looking forward to more of what this guy can bring to the ‘Idol’ stage this year.

Song list:

Stevie Wonder/Whitney Houston song: “Lately” (Rating: 7/10)

Song from the year the idols were born: “Broken Heart” (Rating: 8.5/10)

Billy Joel song: “Piano Man” (Rating: 9/10)

Song from their personal idols: “Everything” (Rating: 9.5/10)

Group performance  with Phillip Phillips and Elise Testone: “Landslide/Edge of Seventeen/Don’t Stop” (Rating: 8.5/10)

Song from the ’80s“Time After Time” (Rating: 10/10 )

Duet with Skylar Laine: “Islands in the Stream” (Rating: 10/10)

Song from 2010: “Love the Way You Lie” (Rating: 8.5/10)

Duet with Skylar Laine: “Don’t You Wanna Stay” (Rating: 9.5/10)

Songs from Then and Now: “Bad Romance” (Rating: 7/10) and “September” (Rating: 9.5/10)

Heejun Han

– eliminated during the 5th week – 

Well, well, well, look what we’ve got here for the first time on ‘American Idol’ Top 13 (that is, if my memory serves me right): a comedic Korean guy who changed the way I look at waving my arms. Seriously, what is up with the squid-y arm wave?

But, more than his comedic side, Heejun has a nice voice. It’s smooth (smooth as silk as Jennifer Lopez would say) and soulful although I’m not too sure if that’s enough to get him to the top. There are a lot of strong contenders this season, a lot of powerful voices, and I just don’t see – at least not yet – some sort of an X factor in him. To me, he’s got a voice that’s better than a lot of people, but it’s not that strong and a little bit ordinary.

Also, I’m not that sure if this 22-year-old is taking this competition as seriously, if not more seriously, as the rest of the contestants, so I’m a little confused whether he wants to win this thing really badly or he just thinks of this as some sort of a pastime. I don’t really know the deal with this guy, so I hope to get to know more about him in the next weeks. But, he’s definitely my least fave as of this moment.

Song list:

Stevie Wonder/Whitney Houston song: “All In Fair Is Love” (Rating: 7/10)

Song from the year the idols were born: “Right Here Waiting” (Rating: 4/10)

Billy Joel song: “My Life” (Rating: 7/10)

Song from their personal idols: “A Song For You” (Rating: 6/10)

Group performance with Joshua Ledet and Deandre Brackensick:The Lady In My Life/Rock With You/P.Y.T.” (Rating: 8/10 )

Jermaine Jones

– disqualified after the first week due to undeclared warrant arrests –

He almost didn’t make it through to Top 25, and that left me (and a lot of his fans, I’m sure) heartbroken because this guy has that beautiful and unique bass voice. When he sings, the song touches you and fills your soul. There’s just so much passion in there – in his voice, in how he sings it – that when you see him perform, it makes you want to smile with tears in your eyes.

All I can say is that Jermaine is such a special artist, and I’m glad the judges saw through that when they gave him their ‘save’. He is so going to prove their decision right, and I’m more than excited to see how he’s going to do that. Totally behind you, Jermaine!

Song list:

Stevie Wonder/Whitney Houston song“Knocks Me Off My Feet” (Rating: 8/10)

Skylar Laine

– eliminated during the 9th week – 

Tina Turner Jr. is in the house, people! So raise your hands up and dance ’til the music stops!

Wow, when Skylar performs, you just gotta love her. She’s got a whole lot of crazy energy and a spectacular voice – truly an artist in the making. When she stands on that stage, you’re sure to expect some fun and talent to be unleashed, and I love that about this 18-year-old. She really just makes you want to jump and dance and forget about all of your worries. She sets the stage on fire – very fierce, very strong.

But, Skylar is more than the energy she brings to the stage; she’s got an awesome voice that easily captivates her audience. It has that fierceness of a lion’s roar coupled with the sweetness of a kitten’s purr. Now that’s some cool voice right there. She really knows how to put some twist to the songs she sings through her unique voice. And despite her energy, she knows how to keep her voice in control.

Bubbly, energetic, and talented, Skylar is someone I know will make it through ’til the end. She’s got talent and personality. Now, go show them what you can do, you country rocker!

Song list:

Stevie Wonder/Whitney Houston song“Where Do Broken Hearts Go” (Rating: 9.5/10)

Song from the year the idols were born: “Love Sneakin’ Up On You” (Rating: 9/10)

Billy Joel song: “Shameless” (Rating: 7/10)

Song from their personal idols: “Gunpowder & Lead” (Rating: 9/10)

Group performance with Hollie Cavanagh and Jessica Sanchez: “Like A Prayer/Borderline/ Express Yourself” (Rating: 9/10 )

Song from the ’80s“Wind Beneath My Wings” (Rating: 10/10 )

Duet with Colton Dixon: “Islands in the Stream” (Rating: 10/10)

Song from 2010: “Didn’t You Know How Much I Loved You” (Rating: 9/10)

Duet with Colton Dixon: “Don’t You Wanna Stay” (Rating: 9.5/10)

Songs from Then and Now: “Born This Way” (Rating: 9/10) and “Heard It Through The Grapevine” (Rating: 7.5/10)

Songs from Queen/ Contestants’ Choice “The Show Must Go On” (Rating: 8.5/10) and “Tattoos on This Town” (Rating: 9/10)

Songs from the 1960’s and British Pop“Fortunate Son” (Rating:  9/10) and “You Don’t Have to Say You Love Me” (Rating: 8/10)

Joshua Ledet

– eliminated during the 11th week – 

This guy gives me goosebumps. He’s one of those singers who can go high-pitched without his voice being too painfully shrill to the ears. His voice has just enough balance of everything – of loudness and softness, of high pitch and low pitch, of soulfulness and power. And he’s got that voice that continues to reverberate in one’s ears even after his performance. Now, that’s not what every artist can do. Joshua’s really something special.

In fact, he can just stand there with the mic and belt it out all evening, and I don’t think I’ll feel bored or anything. He’s got real talent, and I can’t wait for him to share that with the world.

Song list:

Stevie Wonder/Whitney Houston song“I Wish” (Rating: 9/10)

Song from the year the idols were born: “When A Man Loves A Woman” (Rating: 10/10)

Billy Joel song: “She’s Got A Way” (Rating: 9.5/10)

Song from their personal idols: “Without You” (Rating: 9/10)

Group performance with Heejun Han and Deandre Brackensick: “The Lady In My Life/Rock With You/P.Y.T.” (Rating: 8/10)

Song from the ’80s“If You Don’t Know Me By Now” (Rating: 10/10 )

Duet with Jessica Sanchez: “I Knew You Were Waiting For Me” (Rating: 10/10)

Song from 2010: “Runaway Baby” (Rating: 10/10)

Group performance with Hollie Cavanagh and Jessica Sanchez: “Stronger (What Doesn’t Kill You)” (Rating: 9/10)

Songs from Then and Now: “I Believe” (Rating: 10/10) and “A Change Is Gonna Come” (Rating: 9/10)

Songs from Queen/ Contestants’ Choice “Crazy Little Thing Called Love” (Rating: 9/10) and “Ready for Love” (Rating: 9/10)

Songs from the 1960’s and British Pop“Ain’t Too Proud to Beg” (Rating:  9/10) and “To Love Somebody” (Rating: 10/10)

Music of California and Songs They Wish They Had Written: “You Raise Me Up” (Rating: 10/10) and “It’s A Man’s Man’s Man’s World” (Rating: 9.5/10)

Judge’s Choice, Contestant’s Choice, and Jimmy Iovine’s Choice: “I’d Rather Go Blind” (Rating: 10/10), “Imagine” (Rating: 9.5/10), and “No More Drama” (Rating: 9/10) 

Shannon Magrane

– eliminated during the 2nd week – 

She’s got poise, she’s got voice, and she reminds me of a really tall Disney princess. But, Shannon proves that she’s not just another pretty face on stage; she is a pretty face with a golden voice.

Listening to this 16-year-old sing is like watching a flower bloom in spring – her voice is slow and steady at first but strong and captivating in the end. She really knows how to control and use her voice according to what the song demands and so her performance comes out as a beautiful blend of power and soul. And that voice of hers definitely has a quality that is normally way beyond her years, and that is what is incredible about Shannon. It’s as if she was born to be a singing diva.

Simply put, Shannon is grace and talent. But, I’d love to see her go beyond singing ballads just because I know she can tackle any kind of genre.

Song list:

Stevie Wonder/Whitney Houston song“I Have Nothing” (Rating: 6/10)

Song from the year the idols were born: “One Sweet Day” (Rating: 8/10)

Phillip Phillips

– Winner of season 11 –

An early favorite of the judges and of the crowd, Phillip Phillips is one of those contestants I’m sure will go far in this competition. But, that’s not only because he’s got a memorable name (which becomes increasingly interesting to pronounce over time, but that’s just my opinion); it’s also because he’s got a very special voice.

Coarse and smooth, fierce and tender, Phillip’s voice is full of contrasting qualities that surprisingly and incredibly mesh well together when he sings. And that, that’s what’s truly unique about this guy.

There’s just so much going on in his voice when he sings that I can’t find a single word or phrase to describe it with justice. Really. All I can say is that I can hear only beautiful melodies come out of his mouth when he bursts into song, and I can literally enjoy a concert of his all day long.

While his voice is his greatest asset on stage, Phillip is not just a walking box of vocal chords; he is one adorkable performer. And nope, that’s not a typographic error. Phillip is adorkable. Just look at him when he smiles (just look, don’t stare – don’t be creepy).

So, cute, talented, and has a memorable name – yup, I have no doubt that this 21-year-old will make it to the top. America and the rest of the world, get ready for a Phillip Phillips!

Song list:

Stevie Wonder/Whitney Houston song“Superstition” (Rating: 9.5/10)

Song from the year the idols were born: “Hard To Handle” (Rating: 9/10)

Billy Joel song: “Moving’ Out” (Rating: 9/10)

Song from their personal idols: “Still Rainin’” (Rating: /10)

Group performance  with Colton Dixon and Elise Testone: “Landslide/Edge of Seventeen/Don’t Stop” (Rating: 8/5/10)

Song from the ’80s“That’s All” (Rating: 10/10 )

Duet with Elise Testone: “Stop Draggin’ My Heart Around” (Rating: 8/10)

Song from 2010: “Give A Little More” (Rating: 8/10)

Duet with Elise Testone: “Somebody That I Used To Know” (Rating: 7.5/10)

Song from Then and Now: “U Got It Bad” (Rating: 8/10) and “In The Midnight Hour” (Rating: 9/10 )

Songs from Queen/ Contestants’ Choice “Fat Bottomed Girls” (Rating: 8/10) and “The Stone” (Rating: 8.5/10)

Songs from the 1960’s and British Pop“The Letter” (Rating:  8/10) and “Time of the Season” (Rating: 8.5/10)

Music of California and Songs They Wish They Had Written: “Have You Ever Seen the Rain” (Rating: 8.5/10) and “Volcano” (Rating: 8.5/10)

Judge’s Choice, Contestant’s Choice, and Jimmy Iovine’s Choice: “Beggin’” (Rating: 9/10), “Disease” (Rating: 10/10), and “We’ve Got Tonight” (Rating: 9/10)

Finale (Simon Fuller’s Choice, Favorite Performance, and Winner’s Single):  “Stand By Me” (Rating: 9/10), “Movin’ Out” (Rating: 9/10), and “Home” (Rating: 10/10)

Jeremy Rosado

– eliminated during the 1st week – 

He may not have the craziest, the loudest, or the strongest voice this season, but Jeremy sure knows how to move people and to take them on an emotional ride with that kind of mellow voice that he has. When he sings, he makes you smile and cry at the same time. When you watch him sing, you can somehow feel his pain, his love, and his passion that it makes you want to touch your heart and sing along with him. It’s like you can see your most beautiful memories floating around when he’s up on stage. It’s sort of magical and how he performs is just heartwarming.

Need I mention how many times J. Lo looked like she was tearing up when Jeremy sings? Just look at how passionate this guy sings and just listen to how pure and gentle his voice is. Ah, who wouldn’t be moved by that?

While Jeremy may not have started out as memorable and as fierce as the rest of the contestants, he has definitely shown growth during his wildcard performance. He really took himself to the next level and proved to us all why he deserved the judges’ pick, that second chance. I’m proud of this guy, and I hope he continues to serenade us with that voice of his until the end. I hope he continues to show his potential as an artist and to move us.

Song list:

Stevie Wonder/Whitney Houston song“Ribbon In The Sky” (Rating: 7/10)

Jessica Sanchez

– saved during the 6th week – 

– runner-up for season 11 –

She is undoubtedly one of the best performers we have this season. That voice, it’s just crazy! It is so strong, so controlled, has so much character, and is simply beautiful to listen to. Talent is written all over her vocal chords. And what’s so great about Jessica is that she is able to sing so well, so beautifully in such an effortless manner. It’s like she has been performing since she was a toddler.

And if you think this 16-year-old only has her voice to grace the stage, think again! Jessica is a really skilled performer who knows how to grab her audience and keep them interested throughout her entire showmance. She knows how to synchronize the song’s tunes to her acts on stage. She knows when to dance, when to wave, when to act flirty, and when to smile, all in the spirit of entertaining the audience.

Being an all-around talented artist that she is, Jessica Sanchez will, I have no doubt, be amazing us all again and again. She is one of those with an undiscovered talent that is now ready to rock the world.

Song list:

Stevie Wonder/Whitney Houston song“I Will Always Love You” (Rating: 10/10)

Song from the year the idols were born: “Turn The Beat Around” (Rating: 8/10)

Billy Joel song: “Everybody Has A Dream” (Rating: 10/10)

Song from their personal idols: “Sweet Dreams” (Rating: 9/10)

Group performance with Skylar Laine and Hollie Cavanagh: “Like A Prayer/Borderline/ Express Yourself” (Rating: 9/10)

Song from the ’80s“How Will I Know” (Rating: 9.5/10 )

Duet with Joshua Ledet: “I Knew You Were Waiting For Me” (Rating: 10/10 )

Song from 2010: “Stuttering” (Rating: 9.5/10)

Group performance with Joshua Ledet and Hollie Cavanagh: “Stronger (What Doesn’t Kill You)” (Rating: 9/10)

Song from Then and Now: “Fallin’” (Rating: 8.5/10) and “Try A Little Tenderness” (Rating: 9.5/10)

Songs from Queen/ Contestants’ Choice “Bohemian Rhapsody” (Rating: 9/10) and “Dance with My Father” (Rating: 10/10)

Songs from the 1960’s and British Pop“Proud Mary” (Rating:  10/10) and “You Are So Beautiful” (Rating: 9/10)

Music of California and Songs They Wish They Had Written: “Steal Away” (Rating: 8/10) and “And I am Telling You I’m Not Going” (Rating: 9/10)

Judge’s Choice, Contestant’s Choice, and Jimmy Iovine’s Choice: “My All” (Rating: 9/10), “I Don’t Want to Miss A Thing” (Rating: 8.5/10), and “I’ll Be There” (Rating: 9/10)

Finale (Simon Fuller’s Choice, Favorite Performance, and Winner’s Single):  “I Have Nothing” (Rating: 10/10), “The Prayer” (Rating: 9/10), and “Change Nothing” (Rating: 8.5/10)

Elise Testone

– eliminated during the 8th week – 

She has that soulful, blues-y voice that sets her apart from the rest of the contestants. And not only does she know how to carry a tune well, she knows how to carry her own style as she sings – a style that is quite difficult to grasp and describe, a style that is really unique.

I’ll admit that I’m not the biggest fan of her voice though because I’m not that into blues-y type of voices, but it does sound good. I’m just not sure if it’s excellent. In my humble opinion, I think her voice is a bit weak and her performance a bit less dynamic than most I’ve seen. Therefore, I fear that that can be a disadvantage for her in this competition if she doesn’t step up more. I mean, I think her voice is great and her style is different (in a good way), but she needs to show more power in her next performances. I think she can still push herself a little further.

Song list:

Stevie Wonder/Whitney Houston song“Let’s Stay Together” (Rating: 6.5/10)

Song from the year the idols were born: “I’m Your Baby Tonight” (Rating: 9/10)

Billy Joel song: “Vienna” (Rating: 10/10)

Song from their personal idols: “Whole Lotta Love” (Rating: 8/10)

Song from the ’80s“I Want To Know What Love Is” (Rating: 10/10 )

Duet with Phillip Phillips: “Stop Draggin’ My Heart Around” (Rating: 8/10)

Song from 2010: “You and I” (Rating: 9/10)

Duet with Phillip Phillips: “Somebody That I Used To Know” (Rating: 7.5/10)

Song from Then and Now: “No One” (Rating: 8/10) and “Let’s Get It On” (Rating: 8.5/10)

Songs from Queen/ Contestants’ Choice “I Want It All” (Rating: 9.5/10) and “Bold As Love” (Rating: 8/10)

Erika van Pelt

– eliminated during the 3rd week –

Very, very strong vocals – that’s what I can distinctly remember about this lady. She is a real powerhouse who is able to send wave after wave of beautiful melodies to our ears. That low, seemingly scratchy voice that slowly transitions into a smooth and delicate tune is so striking that it sends chills down our spines every time Erika belts out.

And just when you thought that her wicked voice is all that she has to blow us away with, she brings in her amazing confidence to spice up her performance, like a naturally talented artist. With mic in hand, she walks around that stage in a very relaxed and graceful manner while singing delightfully for the audience. Ah, this girl sure knows how to own that stage, seizing her audience’s attention from beginning until the end of her performance.

Erika van Pelt – she is one intimidating performer, I tell you. And an exceptional one too. And she will continue to blow us away as this competition progresses.

Song list:

Stevie Wonder/Whitney Houston song“I Believe in You and Me” (Rating: 9/10)

Song from the year the idols were born: “Heaven” (Rating: 9/10)

Billy Joel song“New York State of Mind” (Rating: 9/10)

Another strong batch of contestants we have this year, and I’m pretty excited to see where this competition leads this season. Who will America’s choice be in the end? Who will be the Final 2 and be Season 11’s winner? Who will be your next American Idol?

Tune in to ‘American Idol’ on FOX on Wed. and Thurs. at 8/7C every week to find out. And if you’re eligible for voting, don’t forget to vote and continue to support your favorite/s. Show them your love too by following them on their official Twitter accounts and ‘like’ their official Facebook pages (links can be found on the American Idol website).

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