American Idol 2010: Top three finalists visit hometown

American Idol 2010 has been fluttering high among the viewers and everyone is anxiously waiting for the finale to hit the screens. Only three contestants are now left behind on the show and all three have huge fan-following thus it would be a very tough decision to select the one sensation among these three. Let’s wait and see who is voted off the fiesta this week. Till then keep your spirits up.

Since it is the format’s requirements that the top three finalist are sent back to their hometowns where the footage is shot, the three finalists – Crystal Bowersox, Lee De Wyze and Casey James all went to their respective hometowns making usual rounds of parades, giving interviews to the media and trilling songs for the countless fans gathered there to snatch their idols’ presence.

They all seemed too overwhelmed seeing the mammoth support of their fans back home. It was really a catchy and mesmerizing view and the finalists acutely got much emotional with wet eyes seeing the uncountable love of the people.

Casey James went to Dallas appearing at various locations whereas Crystal Bowersox stepped down to Toledo and did a 45 minutes concert in Levis Square. Lee Dewyze headed to Chicago to please the fans and get the support. All the contestants were conferred with mammoth support, they had not expected before.

On the judges’ front, it has been learnt that they have selected a song each for the top three finalists. Their choices were announced earlier today.

Simon Cowell made selection of ‘Hallelujah’ sung originally by Leonard Cohen for Lee Dewyze. Kara DioGuardi and Randy Jackson chose ‘Duaghters’ rendered by John Mayer for Casey James whereas Ellen DeGeneres zeroed in ‘Maybe I’m Amazed’ crooned by Paul McCartney for Crystal Bowersox.

In a capsule, this week’s episode would be much interesting and will help the viewers press their fingers into teeth. Book your couch space before the TV sets now to have the dose of real entertainment.
American Idol 2010: Top three finalists visit hometown