American Icon' vocalist debuts eye fix after a medical procedure, Katharine McPhee returns for passionate two part harmony

 American Icon" returned Sunday, for the principal scene of the period recorded at its studio base camp in Los Angeles. For the duration of the evening, 12 of the best 24 competitors performed solo melodies, just as two part harmonies with big name artists. 




This was likewise the primary scene of the period shot with a live studio crowd, who wore covers and sat in gatherings of their nearby family. 


Obviously, Katy Perry, Luke Bryan and Lionel Richie offered their investigates. However, it's up to America's vote to figure out who among each gathering of 12 will proceed onward to the best 16 and who will be dispensed with. Fans can decide on americanidol.com/vote, the "American Icon" application or through instant message.



First up on Sunday's "American Icon" was 19-year-old understudy Alanis Sophia, who diverted her incredible pop belt for Sia's "Alive." 


First up was 19-year-old undergrad Alanis Sophia, who directed her amazing pop belt for Sia's "Alive." She at that point made that big appearance with country artist and previous "Icon" candidate Jimmie Allen for a two part harmony of Woman Gaga and Bradley Cooper's "Shallow." 


Perry said she appreciated the independent execution, which she called "extremely controlled" and lovely." However she said Sophia appeared to be a "piece overpowered" imparting the stage to a star for the two part harmony. 


Bryan concurred. "You must expand on that character and possessing the stage," he said. 


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Coffeehouse chief Cassandra Coleman, 24, murmured out an eerie form of "Discover Me" by Sigma for her independent exhibition. 


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Cassandra Coleman 


Bistro director Cassandra Coleman, 24, murmured an unpleasant form of "Discover Me" by Sigma for her independent exhibition. 


Prior to making that big appearance for her two part harmony with OneRepublic frontman Ryan Tedder, Coleman opened up about her nerves — something she's battled with all through her experience on "Symbol." Tedder uncovered he likewise experiences faker disorder and exhorted she channel her inward Beyoncé to feel sure.


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