I know I'm a little late for this, but we were kinda busy last week & weekend! (there's a little concert coming to town, in case you haven't heard...) So, finally, my Best/Worst Dressed from the CMT Awards last week!
While she wasn’t in the final running to become the winner of ‘American Idol‘ this season, Skylar Laine still got to perform on the big finale tonight (May 23). Oh, and did we mention Reba McEntire was there, too? Laine rocked the ‘Idol’ stage for one last time alongside McEntire, performing the country superstar’s hit single ‘Turn On the Radio.’
Just when judges were beginning to believe 18-year-old country cutie Skylar Laine could win ‘American Idol,’ viewers sent her home. The Brandon, Miss. native was eliminated on Thursday night, receiving the fewest votes of the remaining five contestants.
Wednesday night (April 11) marked the night of the Top 7 on ‘American Idol,’ and first up to the stage was country crowd-pleaser Skylar Laine with Kellie Pickler’s hit Didn’t You Know How Much I Loved You.’
It was Billy Joel night on 'American Idol' yesterday. Skylar Laine performed 'Shameless,' in true Garth Brooks fashion. Now, I did not know that 'Shameless' was originally written and performed by Billy Joel. I thought that was Garth Brooks all the way.
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