On Wednesday night's 'American Idol,' the contestants did songs from the years they were born, which ranged from 1983 to 1995 -- proving even fetuses can sing. Hell, Steven Tyler probably has nail polish older than these kids.
Thursday night was results night on 'American Idol' -- with a twist. Instead of a straight audience vote-out as is usually done during the final rounds, the judges were again in charge of the death of a dream. Let's see how resident nice-guy Steven Tyler handled it.
The Top 13 faced off on Wednesday night's 'American Idol,' with the guys doing Stevie Wonder songs and the girls taking on the late great Whitney Houston, while R&B goddess Mary J. Blige did her level best to guide them all to greatness.
At 60, Aerosmith guitarist Brad Whitford has reached the age when most guys are happy just to put their feet up and yell at the neighborhood kids to get off their lawn, but not even preparations for the band's upcoming album are enough to keep him busy -- he's also on the road with the Experience Hendrix tour, where he recently shared a bit of news about when you can expect to hear new music from Aerosmith.
American Idol contestant Jen Hirsh paid tribute to the Beatles by singing the track 'Oh! Darling' from the iconic 'Abbey Road' album on the March 1 episode of 'Idol.' After not being chosen for American Idol's 'Top 10,' Hirsh was given a Wild Card by the judges and one more chance to make it to the next round.
Here we are at the second night of the 'American Idol' semi-finals. As we've already mentioned, this week there's one evening dedicated to each gender of remaining singers, and then a results-type show on Thursday.
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