published Thursday, April 21st, 2011

Lauren Alaina Suddeth advances to 'Idol's' top six

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    Lauren Alaina performs Sara Evans' "Born To Fly" on "American Idol" on April 20. Michael Becker/Fox

Rossville's Lauren Alaina Suddeth advanced into the top six finalists during Thursday night's results round of "American Idol."

Suddeth, daughter of J.J. and Kristy Suddeth, sang Sara Evans' "Born to Fly" during Wednesday night's competition.Host Ryan Seacrest said 52 million votes were cast following that episode.

Sent packing was 22-year-old Stefano Langone. Langone was Judge Jennifer Lopez's wild-card pick for the top 13 finalists and managed to survive elimination longer than some of the 10 singers originally selected as finalists.

"I'm so blessed, I can't complain," Langone said. "It's the start of my career."

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fairmon said...

You go girl. You keep singing and we keep voting. You have what it takes to be the next American Idol. You can do it, we know you can.

April 22, 2011 at 8:21 a.m.
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