14th American Idol winner Crowned!
The American Idol finale opened with both the finalists Clark Beckham and Nick Fradiani singing the Fall Out Boy song ‘Centuries’. Only one of the finalists either Clark or Nick could have gone down in history as the season 14 winner of the American Idol.
Before the winner is announced the two hour special finale episode is packed with performances from various artists and American Idol did not disappoint even this year. The performances consisted of singles and duets by the previously eliminated contestants, the four judges and various super stars from the music industry.
Tyanna Jones the 16 years old contestant was one of the youngest contestants on the 14th American Idol season and performed a song with the band ‘The Jacksons’. The performance showed how consistent and versatile as an artist Tyanna Jones is and should have lasted longer in the competition, but it would not come as a surprise if she attains greatness in the music industry.
Other artists performing in the season finale of the Fox reality show included Pitbull, Jamie Foxx, Ricky Martin and former judge Steven Tyler. The two finalist’s 29-year-old Nick Fradiani and 22-year-old Clark Beckham have been the all-male finalists on American Idol in a long-time.
Some heavy weight performances by the Idol judges, Chris Brown, Echosmith, Janelle Monae, The Jacksons, Nile Rodgers, Vance Joy, Michael McDonald and Prince Royce took place before a winner was crowned on the stage by the host Ryan Seacrest.
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As is the tradition one last commercial break was taken on the American Idol before the big announcement. When the show returned Ryan Seacrest was holding the envelope and the lights on the stage dimmed for the announcement of the 14th American Idol winner. Ryan Seacrest finally announced Nick Fradiani as the winner to cheers, applause and confetti falling from above, as Fradini sang the song ‘Beautiful Life’.