Get To Know The Top 24 Singers On American Idol Season 19?

Nisha Rathod
Nisha Rathod

ABC’s American Idol season 19 is currently well underway and judges Lionel Richie, Katy Perry, and Luke Bryan have narrowed down the season’s lineup of contestants into the Top 24 singers. Over time, American Idol was a hit reality contest on Fox during 15 seasons. The series served as a launchpad for international superstars like Kelly Clarkson, Carrie Underwood, Jennifer Hudson, Adam Lambert, Fantasia, Chris Daughtry, and Jordin Sparks, to name a few Nevertheless, the show’s previous couple of years on Fox fought to fit the lovers’ traditionally substantial expectations.

Even as a series such as NBC’s The Voice maintained rising, there were apparently not enough reasons for Fox to maintain its American Idol series afloat, only for ABC to then revive the series a couple of years later. Now, the American Idol reboot is moving on its fourth season over at ABC with the same judges: Katy Perry, Lionel Richie, and Luke Bryan. These judges have assembled a talented team of Best 24 contestants for the recent American Idol season 19, along the fans can’t wait to see what the season has in store for all these singers.

Collectively, the American Idol judges have selected two dozen contestants to proceed ahead on the Top 24 of season 19. Numerous singers played from the Showstopper Round, but only 24 of these managed to stay in the competition. The official Top 24 contestants of season 19 include Alana, Alanis Sophia, Alyssa Wray, Andrea Valles, Annalee List, Ava August, Beane, Caleb Kennedy, Casey Bishop, Cassandra Coleman, Cecil Ray, Chayce Beckham, Colin Jamieson, Deshawn Goncalves, Grace Kinstler, Graham DeFranco, Hannah Everhart, Hunter Metts, Jason Warrior, Liahona, Madison Watkins, Mary Jo Young, Willie Spence, along with Wyatt Pike.

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There are still quite a few actions in the contest ahead of the people can choose a fresh American Idol winner. Next, the Best 24 contestants will be doing at the All-Star Duets and Solos phase, which ABC will air as two distinct episodes on Sunday, April 4, and on Monday, April 5. The season will then be narrowed down to its Top 16, which will then be narrowed down yet again into some Top 12. After all, the audiences can’t wait for the live shows to begin.

It is still too early for its audiences to forecast which contestant can win American Idol this past year. There are a few fan-favorites already, but anything could happen as the competition on season 19 moves along.

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