Young Zach D'Onofrio may not sound like it when he speaks, but he's got a Sinatra-style singing voice that had judge Katy Perry dancing with him-and judges Luke Bryan and Lionel Richie dancing with each other!
Sohmer - who goes by the stage name Samothias, a nickname his dad gave him as a kid - said he wasn't much of a singer until Wheaton North vocal music director Kassy Krause encouraged him to join show choir. That's where our next contestant, Rissa Watson, is from.
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"I full-body felt what you were singing", Katy Perry said.
Galloway's Mara Justine, 15, is going on to Hollywood, having auditioned on Monday's episode with Rihanna's "Love on the Brain". That famous bus toured across the United States looking for talent from all over and, as you can see from the week 1 audition videos, America did not disappoint.
Misha Gontar, 26, Marengo, Illinois: Originally from the Ukraine, Misha sang a super-catchy but incredibly weird song that featured an "oo-ee-oh/bow bow bow" chant and speed-rapping in what we assume was Ukranian.
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Wearing a sparkling spring '18 disco-like minidress by Greta Constantine, Perry took her "Idol" wardrobe to new heights, but kept the shoes simple in a pair of M.Gemi patent leather stilettos. She performed Adele's "When We Were Young".
Gabbii Jones, a 24-year-old caretaker from St. Louis, MO, then sang "Dangerous Woman" for the judges. During his pre-performance interview, the Oklahoma native admitted he had never kissed a girl because he'd never been in a relationship. Michelle still got her golden ticket, though.
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