Angie Miller American Idol “Love Came Down” Video 4/10/13

Angie Miller American Idol “Love Came Down” Video 4/10/13

19-year-old Massachusetts native ANGIE MILLER performed “Love Came Down” by Kari Jobe for her Top 6 AMERICAN IDOL performance tonight.  She said about the song, “It’s definitely not a well known song but I’m so excited for people to hear it.”  Did you watch tonight’s show? We did and we recapped it here for you.   The contestants sang two songs tonight, one will be from Burt Bacharach and Hal David songbook and the other will be “A Song I Wish I Had Written.”

On last week’s show the judges were pleased with Angie’s performance of Evanescence’s most popular song, “Bring Me To Life.”  We did thought she butchered the song, but she still survived elimination. Nicki said, “She stayed true to the genre and it was a perfect choice. Her voice sounded amazing.”

On the next live results show tomorrow night tune in to find out which of your favorite finalists will be sent home. Plus, multi-platinum-selling artist, and the very first AMERICAN IDOL ever, Kelly Clarkson, will perform her new single, “People Like Us.” Season 10 winner and platinum-selling artist Scotty McCreery also will perform.

Check out the video below and let us know what you thought of Angie’s performance tonight? Was it enough for her to stick around another night? Sound out in the comments below and let us know your thoughts.

4 responses to “Angie Miller American Idol “Love Came Down” Video 4/10/13”

  1. Estreitta says:

    The song is actually written by Brian Johnson:
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  2. Rudy Pataky says:

    You bet she deserves to stay. Aside from Candice’s performances, she was as good or better than the rest of the crew. and the vote should show it tonight. What’s this passon crap Keith????? Kree was as bland as you can get and all the other girls were ok. This drives me crazy. Go Angie.

  3. Alan Koziol says:

    Actually, song was written by: “Love Came Down” was written by Brian & Jenn Johnson, Jeremy Riddle & Ian McIntosh!