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‘American Idol’ Makes Just Sam The Winner During The Final

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American Idol Johnny West of Murrieta topped the final on May 1st:


Just Sam (Samantha Diaz) is officially the winner of the 2020 "American Idol". The 21-year-old Harlem native has crowned ABB during the virtual season finale on Sunday, May 17th.

Local favourite Johnny West from the latest Southern California performer Mureita has been ranked in the top five.

Because of the novel's coronavirus spread, "American Idol" fans were given a strange, short season.

The show encouraged contestants to sit at home from remote performances and Katy Perry, Luke Bryan and Lionel Richie. Fans have virtually voted for this season - the 18th in total, but the third in ATBT.

Earlier, the top 7 finalists performed songs from their favourite songs from Disney movies and paid tribute to their mother on Mother's Day before heading to this week's finals.

Along with the West, the rest of the contestants include 22-year-old runner-up Arthur Gunn (formerly Dibesh Pokharel) with Just Sam, originally from Nepal and currently living in Kansas; Dillon James, a 26-year-old Bakersfield, California singer-songwriter; Louis Knight, 19, from Philadelphia, Penn; Francisco Martin, 18, San Francisco, California; And Julia Gargano, 21 from Staten Island.

It quickly went from seven competitors to five as Knight and Gargano were instantly eliminated. The final five got a chance to perform one last time before the polls closed.

The cover of James Eric Clapton's "The World Change" and Bob Dylan's "The Times One a-Changing" presented a pleasant, conflicting presentation that Perry noticed was more "confident" than the first song he sang on the show in Hawaii.

Martin Harry Styles provided a sassy version of "Ador U" and was rethinking his encounter with Maggie Rogers' "Alaska" when masked fans cheered him on from the porch.

After singing "Sam Sam" American Idol season winner Kelly Clarkson's "Stranger (Don't Kill You)" and Andra Day's "Rise", which impressed the judges, Brian said the song was "made for him."

Gavin DeGraw's "I Don't Want To Be" got the public excited, and Credence's Clear Water Revival's "Yeah Have You Ever Seen Rain?" Ena "Another version has spread, in which he noted that Ricci" in terms of style and personality. "

West James and Bobby spread the keyboard to keep Purify's "You Can Can Good Man Down" and boldly decided to go with his original "Makin" love for his final song.

Brian called it "Radio Ready" and Perry said he could hear songs like Ronsons. Sophia James, 20, of Long Beach and Macaulay Phillips, 17, of Temecula, were both removed weeks ago after the West finally settled in Southern California.

The house audience also joined Perry's new single, "Daisy" and Brian's latest, "One Margarita" on Sunday night and in the final, performances of Just Sam Ritchie and former "American Idol" contestants "We the World", which marks this year's 35th anniversary. Celebrates.

Before the show, the judges took to Twitter to talk about the show from afar and during the global epidemic.

“If you’re doing well, help the person next to you,” Ritchie suggested, the conclusion comes down to some surprising talent in a season of absolute chaos.

Perry said he was excited to be crowned the new "American Idol" in 2020, but he was a little heartbroken for them at the moment.

He was right; It was very rare to do everything remotely without celebrating a wonderful ending, huge enthusiasm and in-venue.

“It’s not like we can hug them,” he said. “We’re all going to stop clicking and it’s over. We can't even go to Red Lobster or anything like that. "


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