Face it-- James Durbin is a rock star.
Aspergian Idol James Durbin kept up his journey to the top with strong renditions of "Don't Stop Believing" and "Love Potion Number 9." He even got some tips from Lady Gaga (and his hips did look great tonight as a result).
He's a star. We love him.
Here's a Storify about what's up with American's Aspergian Idol today. It's his son Hunter's birthday. Which of Daddy's friends will go bye-bye?
James Durbin tears up as he sings Badfinger's "Without You"
There aren't very many things that take priority for me over encouraging you all to vote for James Durbin on American Idol. But dinner with my parents for their anniversary and Mother's Day does, so I'm extremely late to the party here.
James performed "Closer to the Edge" and "Without You." Although the first song was a technically better performance, it was the emotionally riveting second song, which James had been unable to get through in rehearsal, that really showed his star power.
I'm experimenting with a new publishing tool called Storify. It lets you gather social media to tell a story. In this case, I'm expanding on coverage of James Durbin and American Idol's Carole King week.
I'd really appreciate it if you'd let me know what you think about Storify, especially if you have any problems with it.
James Durbin needs to know if you'll still love him tomorrow.
On Carole King night, American Idol's James Durbin sizzled in a solo version of "Will You Still Love Me Tomorrow" and did a competitive duet of "Something Good" with Jacob Lusk.
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