American Idol 2015 Season 14 – Top 7 Revealed

By on April 9, 2015

American Idol Season 14 is down to the top seven contestants.

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In an effort to bring viewers back to the original singing reality show, American Idol has changed the format of the show. Instead of the show airing over two nights, American Idol has taken a page from Dancing With the Stars and now has the contestants perform with the results from the previous week being revealed and taking place in a one night format.

Viewers of American Idol now have a chance to save one of the bottom two finalists and keep them around for at least another week. Throughout the night, Ryan Seacrest announces those contestants who have made it through for another week. The contestant performs a new song for America to vote on with the results being announced the next week in the same format. After announcing all of the contestants with the exception of the bottom two. The bottom two are announced, along with their specific “save” Twitter hashtags. Viewers have about five minutes to tweet their choice using the hashtag for your favorite contestant. Once the Idol Fan Save window closes and the hashtag votes are collected, Ryan announces the contestant who has been saved. The contestant who was saved remains, while the other contestant is sent home.

We have the finalists and the songs they sang below:

Jax – “Poker Face” by Lady Gaga.
Nick Fradiani – “Teenage Dream” by Katy Perry
Quentin Alexander – “Latch” by Sam Smith
Joey Cook – “Wrecking Ball” by Miley Cyrus
Clark Beckham – “Make It Rain” by Ed Sheeran
Tyanna Jobes – Stay by Rihanna

Landing on the bottom was Quaasim Middleton and Rayvon Owen. They both sang for the save.

Rayvon Owen: “Set Fire To the Rain” by Adele

Quaasim Middleton – “Hey Ya” by OutKast

Quaasim was sent home with Rayvon Owen being saved!

What do you think of the final seven? Did the right person go home this week?

2 Comments

  1. Claudia

    April 9, 2015 at 11:52 am

    I used to watch AI all the time with season 5 being my favorite. I couldn’t get into it the last few years but this year so far is awesome and I won’t miss a week. My favorite this year is Jax by far with Joey coming in a distant 2nd. J-lo shows her favorites and seems to be bothered with anyone that isn’t on that list even prior to them starting their performance. That attitude is getting annoying. not everyone can be on her Sweetface list.

  2. Frances Horila

    April 9, 2015 at 8:36 am

    I am not sure if this is where I leave my comment for American Idol but I think Nick is getting way to much publicity to vote for him. It isn’t fair to the other contestants who probably don’t have the money to spend on all the news, TV, etc. publicity from his parents. I don’t think he is the best others are so much better. I am not saying he isn’t good just not the best. I also don’t like the way Jennifer tells some contestants they are the best ones so far. How does that make the other’s feel and she is also pushing votes by saying that. I think past American Idols have been better. I enjoy the show though.

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