American Idol's top 24 took the stage Sunday night, each performing with one of their idols for this week's celebrity duets. Returning to the American Idol stage was Katharine McPhee, the runner-up from the show's highest-rated season in 2006, as she teamed up with Season 19 frontrunner Willie Spence for a powerful duet of Celine Dion and Andrea Bocelli's "The Prayer." The magical moment, which was dedicated to Willie's recently departed grandfather and Katharine's late father, made viewers feel like they were actually watching a concert. In fact, of all the performances of the night, Wille was one of the few, who actually outsang his celeb partner. One viewer even took to Twitter Sunday, sharing: "Can we crown Willie Spence the @AmericanIdol winner right now?" “You can do no wrong in my eyes,” said judge Luke Bryan, while Lionel Richie called the 20-year-old prodigy “Willie Pavarotti!” and gushed, “It’s just mesmerizing to watch you.” Katy Perry described Willie and Kat’s performance as “Goosebump Central” and, after also watching Willie effortlessly deliver an epic interpretation of Bette Midler’s “Wind Beneath My Wings,” advised him to stay in this lame and keep doing “amazing classic songs that other powerhouses sing.”
The actress and singer talked about her relationship and pregnancy on the "Informed Pregnancy Podcast."
The expectant singer's epic reply is like music to our ears.
"It's day 26 of quarantine and we're breaking out dresses from 14 years ago."
The "Waitress" star tweeted the honeymooners' location to a “pack of paps stalking” her in Europe.
On Saturday, McPhee revealed the diamond sparkler she received from David Foster and the significance it holds after her father's passing.
The sad news comes just days after McPhee told fans she had to miss performances of her Broadway show, “Waitress,” due to a “family emergency.”
The singer and actress, who is set to marry David Foster, said she would prefer fans focus on other issues.
Congratulations to the composer and singer-actress, who made things official during their European vacation.