South Jersey teen moves on to next round on ABC's 'American Idol'

Postado Março 13, 2018

She got the "American Idol" judges dancing during her audition on Monday night's episode.

Jokes aside, it really was all fun and games in the end and the judges gave Sussett a golden ticket to Hollywood, because they thought she was super fun. I mean, can you blame her? Perry later tweeted "Me hiciste tan feliz que me caí en mi bum bum", which roughly translates to "You made me so happy that I fell in my bum bum".

And Monday, she was finally standing before Perry at her NY audition, as the pop superstar joked about Mara's age. After telling pieces of his heartbreaking story, Francisco sat down to perform an acoustic rendition of Stevie Wonder's "Isn't She Lovely".

Perry kept up with flirtatious attitude with a couple of other contestants who made it through to Hollywood, including one hopeful named William Casanova who said he "sells shoes to attractive women".

David Francisco, 25, Nashville, Tennessee: He moved to Music City to pursue his dreams, but was hit by a auto and paralyzed from the waist down. We'll keep an eye on the two of them to see how far they go.

Brandon Diaz, 21, Ashburn, Virginia: His father emigrated to Cuba as a child and taught Brandon everything he knows about singing. "What do you do with the stinky feet?" asked Luke. As she was dancing, Perry lost her balance, taking a tumble and exposing herself to the judges in the process. And Lionel explained that Rissa sucked him into her world with the beauty of her voice.

Autumn Wood, 27, Katy, Texas: The library clerk came in dolled up in what Katy described as "glamazon" style, but her version of "Total Eclipse of the Heart" was weird: She sounded like Cher with a bad cold.

ABC's Idol dropped from its premiere high of 10.3 million viewers (which was in fact an historic low for Idol premieres) to 8.4 mil, with a 1.8 rating in the key adults 18-49 demo.