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Hollie’s Songs Revealed – American Idol Top 5 Song Choices

UPDATED! Here is the song list confirmed by Ray Chew Live that will be performed by the American Idol Top 5 Finalists.


This week is British Theme and it looks like each American Idol Top 5 finalist will be singing 3 songs – one from a British Artist, a 60′s, and a Duet/Trio. This week’s mentor is Little Steven from Bruce Springsteen’s E Street Band and The Sopranos.
Click on Song Title to watch YouTube Video and get to know the song


Ain’t Too Proud to Beg (1966) – The Temptations
The Letter (1967) – The Box Tops
Proud Mary (1969) – Ike & Tina Turner
Fortunate Son (1969) – Credence Clearwater Revival
River Deep – Mountain High (1966) – Ike & Tina Turner

British Pop

To Love Somebody(1967) – The Bee Gees
Time of the Season (1968) – The Zombies
Bleeding Love (2007) – Leona Lewis
You Are So Beautiful (1974) – Joe Crocker
You Don’t Have to Love Me (1966) – Dusty Springfield

Higher and Higher (1967) – Jackie Wilson
You’ve Lost That Lovin’ Feelin’ (1964) – Righteous Brothers


Which songs do you think Hollie will be singing? Please leave your comments below…

6 Responses to Hollie’s Songs Revealed – American Idol Top 5 Song Choices

  1. rachel

    of course hollie will be awesome why are the judges always so negative to her she is by FAR in this while competition!!!!!

  2. Hollie did awesome last night and she got major support from my end. She looked great too and really stuned Randy because as I was reading his body language he was looking for anything negative to say but ya know what dog, you couldn’t sniff any out…too bad! Hope the support was equally as strong last night as both of her killer song choices were fantastically performed! Way to go Hollie!!!

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