Hollie Cavanagh gives advice to future American Idol singers
The spritely balladeer rebounded in recent weeks after the judges had taken issue with Cavanagh's lack of stage presence, but she was dismissed after crooning Journey's “Faithfully” and Bonnie Raitt's “I Can't Make You Love Me” for her solo
Hollie Cavanagh tells USA Today that on American Idol "You can't be just a voice. You have to show your personality." Hollie Cavanagh was eliminated from American Idol Thursday night. By Andrea Burzynski, Reuters / May 11, 2012 The final four in
To nobody's surprise, perpetual bottom-dweller Hollie Cavanagh, who landed in the bottom three a staggering six times this season, was sent home. To her credit, Cavanagh hung in there despite receiving rough criticism weekly from all three judges,
But Cavanagh did survive all the way to the Final Four before 440317 D-FW viewers watched her "journey" end in Idol's closing 15-minute segment. Overall, Idol averaged 392898 viewers, making it Thursday's most-watched attraction ahead of CBS' runner-up
A recap of the 'American Idol' Season 11 results show on which Hollie Cavanagh is sent home and Jessica Sanchez, Phillip Phillips and Joshua Ledet are revealed as the top 3.