“American Icon” judges Katy Perry, Lionel Richie and Luke Bryan articulate bunches of metaphor about candidates, yet when it’s aimed at Alejandro Aranda it feels real.
The 24-year-old dishwasher from Pomona, California, has awed the specialists from the begin with his masterfulness. He did likewise again in Sunday’s Top 5.
Aranda’s unique tune “Blesser” to his own piano backup evoked maybe their greatest commendation yet ― and some clear vote-courting.
Richie called Aranda a “wonder” who’s creation “melodic history.” “Vote!” he entreated viewers.
“I am not qualified to be a judge making a decision about you,” Bryan said.
And Perry, regularly progressively verbal, appeared to take Aranda’s future rising to fame as guaranteed. “Remain modest, warm,” she said.
Check out (beneath) Aranda performing “Blesser,” Weave Marley’s “No Lady, No Cry,” and Elton John’s “Sorry Is by all accounts The Hardest Word.”
And, truly, he advanced to the finale’s Main 3, alongside Laine Solid and Madison VanDenburg.