Hollie may be out of the running to become the next ‘Idol,’ but she tells HollywoodLife.com she left the show inspired, not defeated. Read on to find out why!
Hollie Cavanagh sadly didn’t make the Top 3 on American Idol on May 10. The 18-year-old isn’t letting the elimination get her down, though! She told HollywoodLife.com all about how judge Jennifer Lopez’s sexy performance on the show gave her motivation.
Hollie may not have made it to the Top 3 on ‘Idol’, but she has lots to look forward to with the upcoming tour! Plus, read on to see what she thinks of the final three. Is Joshua Ledet her obvious pick to win it all?
Hollie Cavanagh spoke with HollywoodLife.com following her elimination from American Idol on May 10. Read on for her thoughts on who will win the title, and which songs she wants to perform on the tour this summer!
Another ‘American Idol’ hopeful has been eliminated and the Top 3 have been announced, but is it the Top 3 everyone expected?
Watch a preview of ‘Rock of Ages’ and find out what the real-life rockers of ‘Idol’ think about it!
American Idol viewers were treated to a sneak peek of Tom Cruise‘s upcoming jukebox musical Rock of Ages on May 9, and HollywoodLife.com was on the scene to get the Idol finalists’ thoughts on Tom’s career-turning role. Though Philip Phillips says he didn’t pick up any tips about stage presence from Tom’s Stacee Jaxx, he did admit it seems “like a good movie.”
The judges told Hollie she ‘didn’t feel’ her second performance May 9 — but she tells HollywoodLife.com they’re wrong!
With only four finalists remaining this season on American Idol, the judges are becoming more critical of each performance, a lesson Hollie Cavanagh learned the hard way May 9 when the panel told her she “didn’t feel” her own performance of Bonnie Raitt‘s “I Can’t Make You Love Me.” “It’s not good to get bad criticism at this point, but I felt [the song],” Hollie told HollywoodLife.com after taping the live show.
The Top 4 hit the ‘Idol’ stage with one thing in mind — getting closer to the finals. Who deserves to make the Top 3?
The Top 4 took on songs with a California Dreamin’ and Songs You Wish You Wrote themes. With such a wide-open second theme, the Idols had a plethora of songs that they could choose. But with the notoriously bad song choices the Idol hopefuls often make, did it turn into a great episode of performances or was it a bust? And why did they sing so many songs that were just on The Voice?
Hollie Cavanagh and Skylar Laine made the bottom two on ‘American Idol May 3. Were you shocked by who went home?
Who do you think will win ‘American Idol’ at this point?
The Top 5 took on the songs of the ’60s and Brit Pop, and for the most part delivered a fun show that could have been a train wreck. With the help of the best mentor to date, Steven Van Zandt, the Idol hopefuls really came out of their shell. But with the highs of Hollie and Joshua, are Phillip and Skylar in trouble of elimination?
It was Queen night for the Top 6 and that part of the night really rocked the house! But when the ‘Idol’ hopefuls had to choose their own songs, they for the most part crashed and burned.
It must be music to the ears of producers of American Idol that most likely a girl will win this year’s show. Let’s be honest, now that Colton Dixon is gone and Phillip Phillips had a rough night, it should be a easy road for some of the remaining girls. Plus, it’s safe to say that female American Idol winners have had quite a lot of success! (Can anyone say Kelly Clarkson or Carrie Underwood?) Now, let’s get down to business: who shined the most in a night full of ups and downs?
Elise Testone, Colton Dixon and Hollie Cavanagh made up the shocking bottom three on ‘American Idol’ April 19. Are you surprised by who went home?
We are still sitting here in shock after tonight’s American Idol elimination. Even the bottom three, Colton Dixon, Hollie Cavanagh and Elise Testone, weren’t who we would have guessed to be facing elimination.
The Top 7 took on the songs of “Now & Then” — and Elise Testone may have dug her grave, after arguing with one of the judges! Yikes! The American Idol hopefuls are in the home stretch and have no chance to be saved, which means they should really be at their best — or…
The Top 7 finally had the chance to do songs from the last three years, which you would think would give zero excuse for the Idol hopefuls to actually pick a good song! Unfortunately, it looks like some of them didn’t get the memo… especially Hollie Cavanagh!
The American Idol hopefuls had this entire decade to pick some awesome and epic songs, but out of so many monster hits like Lady Gaga‘s “You And I” how were Kellie Pickler‘s “You Don’t Know How Much I Loved You” and Jazmine Sullivan‘s “Stuttering” some of the options? Regardless, some of the bad song choices led to good performances!
With the Top 8 given the opportunity to sing the songs of the eighties, many songs could have been chosen but most of the hopefuls picked horrible songs and didn’t perform much better. Which helped Skylar Laine have a breakout performance, or was it just the best of the bad?
When the hopefuls get to pick their songs each week I am convinced they have zero taste in music. There are so many legendary 80’s songs that could have been picked and a majority of the songs that were picked didn’t live up to the potential of what could have been. Where was Journey? Where was Madonna? I know we are a few days past but the April 4 performance show was border line April Fool’s Day in how the performances ended up sounding. Yikes!
After an unprecedented five standing ovations last night, it was hard to say goodbye to any of the top nine performers on ‘American Idol’ March 29!
It was anyone’s guess who would be going home tonight on American Idol, and even though he had a flawless performance, I was pretty sure it was going to be Deandre Brackensick. But boy, was I wrong…he wasn’t even in the bottom three!
It was a mixed bag of performances March 14 on ‘American Idol’! Some contestants had their strongest night yet, while others — including favorites Heejun Han and Jessica Sanchez — failed to impress. Who do YOU think is going home?
It was “Year They Were Born” night on American Idol March 14, which meant each of the top 12 contestants had to choose a song from their birth year. For some, this was a blessing — but for others (especially those born in 1995), it was a complete and utter nightmare. However, no one had as painful of a night as Jermaine Jones, who was disqualified from the competition due to four outstanding arrests. Oh, the drama!