Color me a cynic, but I didn't expect this from Phillip Phillips. Sure, he was a fan favorite throughout the season, and his coronation song, "Home," is probably the best an "Idol" winner's ever had as their take-a-bow tune.
But a 2-time Platinum single that to go away (it's at No.
(RIGHT, 2nd look for "Bleeding Love" by Leona Lewis) I loved Hollie's version of "Bleeding Love," and when she sang the tempo of the song during fittings I knew in an instant that the Leon Max dress needed to be on Hollie for this week.
I was looking online that morning and I had it sent with a rushed delivery to my house that same day.
"Just sleep and not having anything on your mind," she said with a laugh.
"Music is what I want to do for the rest of my life, so I want to go to sleep thinking about what I want to do in the future and what song I want to put out."And with the finale just two weeks away, Cavanagh says she's just as curious as the rest of America to see who will walk away the winner. The Top 3 are amazing, so whoever wins, it's going to be an amazing finale."Are you sad to see Hollie go?
(LEFT, 1st look for "River Deep Mountain High" by Ike and Tina Turner) Tina Turner was known for her tight-fitting flashy dresses, and I wanted to incorporate Hollie's spin on her love of sequins for her tribute to Tina.
Jewelry included a Saint Vintage necklace, Swarovski earrings, and a Bijou Tresor ring.
(LEFT, 1st look for "Fortunate Son" by CCR) "Fortunate Son" sounded so rugged, so I wanted to bring in some metal elements to her outfit with the eyelets.
But unlike most rejected "Idol" singers, the road didn't stop there for the Florida native.
He was approached by multiple industry execs following his elimination, eventually recording a seven-track EP entitled "From Where I Stand," which reached No. Apparently he'll be back this year to try to impress the judges a little more this time around, so peg him as an early frontrunner for the live shows for sure.