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The Good 'American Idol' Auditions From Milwaukee

January 27, 2011 (4:09 am) GMT
The judges give the golden tickets to a 16-year-old with a deep voice, a former 'America's Got Talent' semi-finalist, a Harvard graduate and a man whose fiancee is bed-ridden.
The Good 'American Idol' Auditions From Milwaukee

"" admitted 53 contestants to Hollywood from Milwaukee. There were plenty of talents spotted by the judges from this city, including Scott Mcreery who loved his town so much and is a good role model for youth, according to his baseball coach. For 16-year-old, he got a really deep voice which forced him to sing twice for 's pleasure.

Another stand-out was 15-year-old Thia Megia who was actually a semi-finalist in "". thought her name is like a movie star's. Apparently her rendition of 's "Chasing Pavement" was likable too. Then there was Molly DeWolf Swenson who was not only a Harvard graduate and an intern at White House, but also a terrific singer.

But the biggest spotlight was given to Chris Medina who showed a strong singing skill with his perfect falsetto while singing 's "Break Even". Medina was the contestant who appeared in last week's promo having a fiancee who got into a car accident just before they set a wedding date.

On Thursday, "American Idol" would visit the Music City aka Nashville, Tennessee. Some previews from the auditions have been posted on FOX's YouTube account.







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