Who Will Be the Next American Idol? - 05/20/14

The first half of the finale for American Idol was tonight and it didn't disappoint.  75,000 people have auditioned, and now it all comes down to two.  Caleb Johnson and Jena Irene.

I thought both of them did a great job, but really enjoyed Caleb's version of "Dream On" by Aerosmith  and Jena's version of "I can't help falling in love with you" by Elvis.  It'll be a tough call on who wins.  Tune in tomorrow night starting at 7pm for the 2 hour season finale. 

 

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