By FactsWow Team
Posted on: 06 Mar, 2023
People with this talent constantly strive to learn new things, and the release of American Idol Season 21 Episode 3 is just around the corner.
A 21-year-old singer named Jon Wayne Hatfield took the stage. Hatfield, whose grandparents nurtured him during his formative years in Ohio, began his journey to stardom.
During Jon's audition, his grandfather, Ray, tells him he is gay after his wife dies. He is accompanied by his grandfather, Ray, as Jon's mother goes with him.
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It has been 15 attempts for Ashley Tankard to become an American Idol contestant, and hopefully, this will be her lucky day.
During her performance of 'You Broke Me First' by Tate McRae, the 22-year-old becomes emotional. They ask her to sing it once more with improved pronunciation.
The chorus's high notes frighten Ashley, and Lionel knows she is stressed. Luke compliments Ashley on her 'excellent tone.'
The problem is that Ashley needs to gain self-confidence. Luke does not believe Ashley is ready, but Katy offers her a chance. Lionel will determine whether Ashley is ready.
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He joins Luke in Bill Green's performance of 'Under a Neon Halo.' Cody Winkler, a truck driver, is interested in taking up music.
An age-21 teacher's assistant performs 'For Tonight' by Given for Matt Wilson as he prepares for his next life phase.
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During the performance, Lionel remarked, 'You have simplicity and sincerity. The performance was full of sincerity, truth, and honesty, said Luke.
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She performs 'I'm Almost There' by Lonestar in a stunning performance. He hasn't attended her birthday in almost ten years but will return next year.
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