Talk about a showstopper! During the ‘American Idol’ finale, a ton of the biggest names in music dropped by to lay down a performance of their own– and Fall Out Boy completely killed it!
Those boys still got it! On the May 13 finale of American Idol, Fall Out Boy opened the show with finalists Clark Beckham and Nick Fradiani! Singing their new single “Centuries,” Pete Wentz, Patrick Stump, Andy Hurley and Joe Trohman put on an appropriately epic performance on a super epic night!
Fall Out Boy’s ‘American Idol’ Finale Performance: Clark & Nick Join Band For ‘Centuries’
Though they have been in the music industry for more than decade, during their performance on the season 14 finale of the hit singing show, Fall Out Boy proved why they are still heating up the charts after all these years.
And what better way to kick off this epic finale than by having Clark and Nick join the vets onstage to really get a feel for it?!
Fall Out Boy Is Back
In the last few months, Fall Out Boy has been back in a major way. Just last month, at the MTV Movie Awards, the group actually kicked off the whole show! Their performance began with their hit single “Centuries,” which would have been amazing enough on its own. However, things got even more incredible when the band was joined on stage by rapper Fetty Wap, before they all performed a rendition of “Trap Queen.”
Better yet, we’ve got even more FOB action to look forward to! The group is set to perform at the Billboard Music Awards this Sunday, May 17, live at the Las Vegas awards show. The performance is basically guaranteed to blow our minds, as the group will be joined on stage by rapper Wiz Khalifa— a match so strange that it’s totally gonna work.
Clark and Nick are definitely in good company among all these huge stars the band is teaming up with. Not too shabby!
What did you think of Fall Out Boy’s performance, HollywoodLifers?
— Casey Mink