In 2012, Sanchez auditioned for season 11 in San Diego and advanced to the semi-finals.In the semi-finals she performed Jennifer Hudson's "Love You I Do" from the film Dreamgirls.After signing to Interscope Records, her debut was tentatively scheduled for November of last year, but will instead drop in the spring.Speaking recently to Billboard, she called the album "dancey" and said it will have "more of an R&B/Pop/Urban kind of feel." Ne-Yo is confirmed to featured on one of the tracks.But a 2-time Platinum single that to go away (it's at No.
So far, little has come of such acclaim, with little talk of an album and minimal appearances by Ledet, though he recently sang the National Anthem at the New Orleans Saints-Carolina Panthers NFL game on Dec. Still, it may be that the show's management is focusing the brunt of its attention on its top two at the moment. Rarely was she the frontrunner, and the judges had plenty to say about her song choices, but there's a chance that her voice will mature even further -- and if so, watch out.
She sang what a feeling last night and we ended up asking ourselves: "Where’s the feeling?
A shining eagle soared, swooped, and exploded into 1,000 points of golden light. And a multitude of pocket watches swayed from their vintage chains.
Jessica’s maternal grandmother is from Manila and her maternal grandfather is from Bataan. Her dad, Gilbert, a Mexican-American, originally hailed from Texas and serves in the U. Her influences include Celine Dion, Mariah Carey, Beyonce, Christina Aguilera and Whitney Houston just to name a few. Sanchez was one of the singers in Lisa Lavie's collaboration video "We Are the World 25 for Haiti (You Tube Edition)" for charity relief for victims of the 2010 Haiti earthquake, along with previous American Idol finalist Thia Megia.
The video's participants were collectively recognized as "Persons of the Week" on ABC World News with Diane Sawyer on Friday, March 19, 2010.