not sure if posted already....but that's when he'll be performing on AI, it's a TUE
Its not over for Chris. We all knew he would make it big and we were desperately waiting for the cd to come out.
I will be watching it that night only because he will be on there. It pretty much sucks this yr and the only reason I watched last yr was because of Chris. I was pretty angry and cried when he left. But then I thought wait this is great because Chris can break free of AI and become what he has always been. The most gifted singer I have heard in a long time! Anywho Chris has moved on and will show them once and for all who rocks!
HUGS, LOVE and GOD Bless!"
Put all about it with big headline, in a new blog on a popular NZ TV forum under the American Idol chat. Well, copied article out so everyone can read all it says about Chris! Just had say it would be likely the 1st June here.
Will add it to another site too, which I keep updated with things about Chris.
~*~PLEDGE MAMMA #5~*~
**~**One of the DOGGS**~**
Red hot determination and a mind blowing voice to go with his sexy bald head! Pay back is a b****!
He's proven that. Can't wait to see them June 2nd.
Carol from GA
Then, in what may be the most shocking Idol moment ever, Ryan said to Chris, “A lot of people predicted that you would be the next American Idol,” and then abruptly told him he was going home. I was recapping the show that night, and had to stop typing and cover my mouth with my hand as I watched Chris’ reaction.
Chris was visibly shocked, Paula covered her face with her hands, and Simon was furious. Chris watched his farewell video without showing a bit of emotion, and then sang out with “Suspicious Minds.” It was a truly stunning moment.
Fast forward to 2007. Idol 6 bootees listen to Chris’ single “Home” as they view their farewell video. Chris is touring the country promoting his double-platinum debut CD, Daughtry, which, in its 23rd week, is still in the top ten of the Billboard 200. His single from the album, “It’s Not Over,” has also been solid in the charts, peaking at #4 on the Hot 100. “Home” is moving up the charts and another single from the album, “What I Want,” debuted last week on the Rock chart. All this in less than a year since his elimination.
Chris Daughtry may not have won American Idol 5, but he already ranks as the highest selling non-winner/runner-up in the history of the show. He is expected to finish off this amazing year with a performance of “Home” on May 22 as part of the top two performance show.
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