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Jordan Moyes never planned on auditioning for “American Idol" and yet, on Sunday's episode of the reality TV show, he was seen not only getting a golden ticket to Hollywood but also catching the eye of the Idol judges in a big way.
The first episode of Hollywood Week on the final season of “American Idol” sent some LDS contestants on to the next round of the competition.
Two members of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints performed together during the Wednesday night group round on “American Idol.”
Two LDS contestantsperformed for American Idol's Top 14 Wednesday night: Jenn Blosil and Jeneve Rose Mitchell, and both received rave reviews from Harry Connick Jr.
Thursday night, David Archuletta, along with many other past and current American Idol finalists, stepped onto the stage where his entire music career began. Singing "One Voice," the contestants gave a powerful farewell for the show's final season. Check it out!
Ashley Hess has been impressing judges since her first moments on American Idol.
How sweet! For more articles on Latter-day Saints on TV, check out 18 Mormons on Reality TV Who Stood for Their Standards,
Throughout her career as a musician, Jenn Blosil, a Top 24 contestant on "American Idol" has relied on her LDS faith. “My faith is something that is really personal to me, and so I feel like the best way of sharing your faith is just by living what you believe,” Blosil said. “I feel like every interaction with people is a direct expression of faith.”
LDS musician Kenz Hall has already made her television debut as a contestant on American Idol, but she's about to make a glittery splash on the new Netflix cartoon series Trolls: The Beat Goes On.
In a new video from the Mormon Channel, Jennifer Blosil, a previous American Idol contestant, performs her original song “Real Talk” and a beautiful hymn medley of “Come Unto Him and “The Light Divine.”