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  1. La'Porsha Renae (@laporsharenae, 22–23 years old) is a call representative from McComb, Mississippi. At 16, she once tried out for Idol during the eighth season. After her college graduation at the age of 22, Renae was a former victim of domestic abuse. After a year, she separated with her husband and moved to McComb with her one month old daughter Nayalee Keya. Accompanied with her daughter, she returned to audition at Little Rock, Arkansas and earned her golden ticket by performing in front of the judges with Radiohead’s Creep. During Hollywood Week, she performed Katy Perry’s "Roar" in her first solo performance. She advanced to the semifinals after she sang “The House of the Rising Sun” at Showcase Week. La'Porsha channeled Tina Turner with Proud Mary to reach the Top 14 and earned the judges' praise and pass into the Top 10.
  2. Since debuting 16 years ago on Fox, American Idol has featured a handful of LGBTQ contestants who waited until after their Idol journeys ended to publicly disclose their sexual orientations and identities, whether by personal choice or by producers’ choice. Now in its 16th season as a reboot on ABC, the Idol franchise is experiencing its most LGBTQ-friendly season ever by letting the diverse singers proudly live out loud on television. https://www.billboard.com/articles/news/pride/8279431/american-idol-lgbtq
  3. Your Top 14: DALTON RAPATTONI Dallas, TX @FlyAwayDalton GIANNA ISABELLA Jackson, NJ @GiannaIsabella JENEVE ROSE MITCHELL Crawford, CO @JeneveRose JENN BLOSIL Brooklyn, NY @jennblosil LA'PORSHA RENAE McComb, MS @laporsharenae LEE JEAN Bluffton, SC @LeeJeanJr MACKENZIE BOURG Lafayette, LA @mackenziebourg MANNY TORRES Flushing, MI @MannyTorres_ OLIVIA ROX Agoura Hills, CA @oliviaroxstar SONIKA VAID Martha's Vineyard, MA @sonikavaid THOMAS STRINGFELLOW Bentonville, AR @tstringfellow TRENT HARMON Amory, MS @TrentWHarmon TRISTAN MCINTOSH Nashville, TN @tristanmcintosh AVALON YOUNG San Diego, CA @avalonyoung
  4. Avalon Young (@avalonyoung, born July 16, 1994) is from San Diego, California. She was named by her mother after the album of the same name by Roxy Music. She learned how to play guitar during her middle school. Young began singing during her senior year and was a band member of “Over the Edge”. Young originally works as a server at a restaurant. She auditioned in San Francisco, California by performing an acoustic version of “XO” by Beyoncé. During the final round of Hollywood week, Young sang Ariana Grande’s "One Last Time" to advance in the Showcase Round. She sang “Yo (Excuse Me Miss)” by Chris Brown and was advanced to the top 24 semifinals. Avalon sang Justin Beiber's Love Yourself to reach the Top 14, and then earned a spot in the Top 10 with Yo (Excuse Me Miss) by Chris Brown.
  5. Sonika Vaid (@sonikavaid, born August 4, 1995) was originally from Weston, Massachusetts who moved to Martha's Vineyard. She is of Indian descent and her parents immigrated to the United States when she was a child. She began singing at the age of three. Aside from singing, she also plays the piano. She graduated from Weston High School in 2013. Prior to entering Idol, she was studying biology and a regular performer at a local park near her home for special events. Vaid sang "Look at Me" by Carrie Underwood at her audition in Denver, Colorado and received high praises from the judges, earning a golden ticket to Hollywood. She then progressed to the first round of Hollywood week and sang “Almost Is Never Enough”. Vaid made it to the final Hollywood solo round, where she performed "One Last Time" by Ariana Grande. She then progressed to the Showcase round and performed "I Surrender" by Celine Dion in front of the judges and live audience. The judges later selected Vaid for the top 24 semifinals. Sonika sang her way into the Top 14 with Taylor Swift's Safe & Sound. She sang I Surrender (Celine Dion) to reach the Top 10.
  6. Olivia Rox (@oliviaroxstarm, born January 16, 1999) is from Agoura Hills, California. Olivia is the daughter of saxophonist Warren Hill and music producer Tamara Van Cleef. At her young age, she made her first starring role in the musical Annie at the Boulder's Dinner Theatre and received a Denver Critics Ovation Award Nomination for her performance. Her voice was well recognized by her instructor of its relative pitch. She wrote her first song on the piano at the age of 4. She has now composed over 300 songs. At the age of 10, she starred in her first feature film and was praised by film critic Mark Collins. She earned her golden ticket during an audition in San Francisco, California, after she performed “When I Was Your Man” by Bruno Mars. She advanced in the first round of Hollywood Week by performing “Genie in a Bottle” by Christina Aguilera. She sang one of her composed original songs to advance for the Showcase week. Olivia was advanced to the Top 24 after she sang Maroon 5’s “Love Somebody”. Olivia sang Confident (Demi Lovato) to reach the Top 14, winning a Fast Pass from the judges to reach the Top 10.
  7. Dalton Rapattoni (@FlyAwayDalton, born February 6, 1996) is from Sunnyvale, Texas. At the age of 11, he started learning to play guitar. Rapattoni works as a vocal coach in School of Rock. He was a member of the band Fly Away Hero. In 2012, Rapattoni was discovered in a national talent search where he was part of Disney boy band IM5 with other four members. After he left the band in 2014, he reformed his former band Fly Away Hero with new bandmates. Rapattoni auditioned in Little Rock, Arkansas and sang “The Phantom of the Opera”. In his first solo performance in Hollywood rounds, he sang "California Dreamin'" by The Mamas & the Papas. He sang Olivia Newton-John’s “Hopelessly Devoted to You” in his final solo performance. He advances in the Top 24 after he sang "It's Gonna Be Me" by NSYNC during Showcase Week. Dalton rocked out Billy Idol's Rebel Yell to reach the Top 14 and earned the judges fast pass into the Top 10.
  8. Tristan McIntosh (@tristanmcintosh, born April 25, 2000) is from Nashville, Tennessee. McIntosh won Q108’s Clarksville’s Got Talent competition in April 2013 at the age of 13. Her mother Amy was an army major who works in the military overseas. She performs at special events and venues. She was also a member of the Children’s Christian choir and the Let Freedom Sing Tour in the past. McIntosh auditioned at Little Rock, Arkansas, performing "Why Baby Why" by Mickey Guyton. During Hollywood Week, she sang “ Something in the Water” by Carrie Underwood as her first solo performance. She advanced to the Showcase round after performing her final solo performance, “What Hurts the Most”. She was enlisted to the semifinals after she sang “Stronger” by Faith Hill. Tristan sang Good Girl by Carrie Underwood to reach the Top 14, and rode What Hurts Most (Mark Wills) into the Top 10.
  9. Lee Jean (@LeeJeanJr, 15–16 years old) is from Bluffton, South Carolina. Jean’s first experience in music is singing in high school campus. He was part of a duo with fellow musician Hannah Lindsey Lane. He auditioned at Atlanta, Georgia and sang Ed Sheeran’s “I See Fire”. He sang “Stitches” by Shawn Mendes for his final solo performance. In Showcase week, he sang “Make It Rain” to land a spot in the top 24. Lee sang Ed Sheeran's Runaway to run away to the Top 14, and stormed into the Top 10 with Foy Vance's Make It Rain.
  10. Gianna Isabella (@GiannaIsabella, born March 30, 2000) is from Jackson, New Jersey. She is the daughter of acclaimed pop singer Brenda K. Starr. In 2014 Gianna won the ‘New York Dream Night Talent Search’ competition. She auditioned in Philadelphia and sang “The House of the Rising Sun”. She sang “One Night Only” during her first solo performance in Hollywood Week. She sang her mother’s hit single “I Still Believe” during Showcase Week to advance in the semifinals. Gianna sang her way into the Top 14 with I Put A Spell On You (Jay Hawkins). She reprized that performance to claim her spot in the Top 10.
  11. Trent Harmon (@TrentWHarmon, born October 8, 1990) is from Amory, Mississippi. Harmon fell into music when his mother taught him to sing “Amazing Grace” at the age of 5. His family owns a farm and a restaurant. He sang and perform through numerous musicals throughout high school and college. Before his graduation at Monticello, he lead worship services on campus. He previously tried out for an audition on The Voice. He auditioned in Little Rock, Arkansas, singing “Unaware” by Allen Stone. When Harmon suffered mononucleosis during Hollywood Week, he continued by singing Sam Smith’s “Lay Me Down” as his first solo performance. In group round, he wasn’t able to perform with other contestants due to his sickness and the producers allowed him to perform a solo to advance. He landed a spot in the Top 24 during Showcase Week after performing Elton John’s "Tiny Dancer". Trent sang What Are You Listening To (Chris Stapleton) to reach the Top 14 and was selected by the judges to automatically move into the Top 10.
  12. MacKenzie Bourg (@mackenziebourg, born September 11, 1992) is from Lafayette, Louisiana. He was a contestant on the third season of The Voice where he was defaulted to CeeLo Green's team after being voted off in the first live show. Bourg auditioned at Atlanta, Georgia, performing a medley of songs by the judges. He sang his original song “Roses” for his final solo performance to advance to the Showcase round. Bourg advanced to the top 24 after he performed “Can't Help Falling in Love”. He sang Say Something (A Great Big World) to reach the Top 14, and reprized his original song, Roses, to secure a spot in the Top 10.



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