American Idol 2013 Season 12 Finale Live Recap 5/16/13

American_Idol_Top_2_performTonight on FOX the finale of American Idol airs and by the end of the evening the New American Idol will be crowned. On last night’s show Candice Glover and Kree Harrison battled it out for your votes one last time. Both ladies sang three songs last night in hopes of getting your vote.

One was a reprise of a song performed earlier in the season, one was chosen by Idol creator Simon Fuller, and one was a brand-new coronation song tailored to each singer. Did you watch the show? We did and we recapped it here for you!

On tonight’s show the most anticipated night of the television season is here! The top finalists unite on stage on last time before Ryan Seacrest announces the newest American Idol.

There is a long list of performers on tonight’s Idol finale. Judge Mariah Carey will perform a medley of her greatest hits, including “Vision of Love,” “Make It Happen,” “We Belong Together,” “My All,” “Hero” and, her new single “#Beautiful.” She will be joined on stage by Randy Jackson on bass and a full gospel choir. Her performance was pre-taped. Fellow judge, Keith Urban is set to take the stage with his latest single, “Little Bit of Everything.” Also scheduled to appear is PSY who will be performing his song, “Gentleman.” There are also going to be several duets including: Adam Lambert with Angie Miller, Janelle Arthur with The Band Perry and Franki Valli with the season 12 guys.

Tonight’s American Idol finale airs from 8PM EST – 10PM EST and we will be covering the show with all the up-to-the-minute details


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