‘American Idol’ Recap: Security Guard Makes History After a Stunning Audition

'American Idol' Recap: Security Guard Makes History After a Stunning Audition
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Meanwhile, Genavieve Linkowski returns to perform an emotional rendition of ‘How Am I Supposed to Live Without You’ by Michael Bolton, a tribute for her sister who died in a car accident.

AceShowbiz – “American Idol” season 18 continued its auditions on Sunday, March 1 episode, and this time it was in Savannah. Kicking off the episode was Kimmy Gabriela who performed a stunning rendition of “Let’s Hurt Tonight” by OneRepublic in front of judges Katy Perry, Luke Bryan and Lionel Richie.

Luke believed Kimmy was special and thought that she was Top 10 material. Kimmy was sent to Hollywood alongside a few numbers of singers including Amelia, Erin Kirby and Jordan Jones. Following it up was Lauren Mascitti who sang an original song titled “If I Can Lose You”. The song impressed Lional and unsurprisingly she headed to Hollywood.

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A security guard named Courtney Timmonds then made history as she was brought by host Ryan Seacrest to the judges to audition because she missed the deadline. She performed a gorgeous rendition of “Rise Up” by Andra Day, prompting Katy to gush that she’s “one of the best singers we’ve seen today.” Courtney was sent to Hollywood after they shared an emotional moment together.

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Performing Pink‘s “What About Us” was Lauren Spencer-Smith. She was praised by Katy who told her she’s got a “God given gift.” Lauren would join others in Hollywood. Next up was DeWayne Crocker Jr. who sang “Don’t Worry Be Happy” by Bobby McFerrin. The judges loved his range and would expect to see more of him in Hollywood.

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Also being sent to Hollywood was Dillon James. He amazed everyone with his performance of a soulful rendition of Bob Dylan‘s “Make You Feel My Love”. Katy admitted that she was “intrigued” by Dylan’s “unusual voice,” and other judges also seemed to share the same sentiment. Unsurprisingly Dillon headed to Hollywood.

Geena and Shannon Gibbon also wowed the judges during their auditions and headed to Hollywood. Concluding the night was Genavieve Linkowski. She performed an emotional rendition of “How Am I Supposed to Live Without You” by Michael Bolton, a tribute for her sister who died in a car accident.

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The judges loved it and she got three yes to go to Hollywood.

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