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Harry jokingly performs Sia's song to mock other contestants who fail during the auditions, and gets fired up by a singing hopeful who sings an original rage song.
Jennifer Lopez, Keith Urban and Harry Connick Jr. will return as judges for the next installment of the singing competition show.
'I think ultimately we decided to use it on Sam because we think he needs to be in the competition,' Harry says after the latest results show.
Gospel singer Tiquila Wilson decides to drop out of the competition, while the Backstreet Cowboys, Caleb Johnson, C.J. Harris and Briana Oakley make it through to the next round.
Twenty-four singers from Boston and twenty-one contestants from Austin earn the golden tickets in the first episode of 'Idol' season 13.
New judge Connick Jr. admits the last season of the reality singing competition 'was a little bit off,' and Ryan Seacrest asks viewers to give the show another chance.
The new 'Idol' judge tweets to his predecessor on the FOX reality show, '@MariahCarey - Must've been hard to judge in hell. Idol XIII: Welcome to heaven!'
Connick Jr. will join Jennifer Lopez and Keith Urban on the judging panel when the show begins filming season 13 on September 3, in Boston.
The 'Will and Grace' star is said to have inked a deal to serve as a judge alongside Keith Urban and Jennifer Lopez for the show's upcoming 13th season.
The three established stars entertained the crowd first before contestant Amber Holcomb finally bowed out of the competition.
'You know, they kinda wanted to know if I would be interested in it,' the 'It Had to Be You' crooner admits following rumors that he may join the show as a judge next season.
Connick lands a four-episode arc as an Executive Assistant District Attorney and love interest for Hargitay's Olivia Benson on the NBC drama series.
Connick, Jr. will back on stage this autumn by reviving the 1965 play 'On a Clear Day You Can See Forever' in collaboration with director Michael Mayer.
The star of 'Glee' is taking inspirations from '90s rock bands and jazz greats such Nine Inch Nails and Herbie Hancock.
Meanwhile, Jennifer Lopez and Steven Tyler reportedly are still among candidates who will replace Ellen DeGeneres and Simon Cowell.