American Idol: Demi Rae auditions to ‘Mad at You’ in sneak peek

American IdolComing up on tonight’s new American Idol episode, you’re going to have a chance to see another big audition — this time from Demi Rae. The auditions are almost over! Every single performance left matters a lot, and Demi is doing her best to prove that she wants to be a star in this industry.

Not only that, but the sneak peek below reveals that this is something that she’s been wanting for a long time — she even has it in book form from her earlier years! Demi has overcome a lot over her life, including challenging family situations, but she hasn’t given up on her dream. Her audition proves that she made a wise choice. Her performance of “Mad at You” is powerful and soaring. She’s got a lot of talent but also still humility. She shocks Katy Perry, and we like to think that’s a good thing now that she is three seasons into her run on the show. She knows a lot of the stuff that works really well now and what always doesn’t.

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So how far can Demi go? Vocally, she’s got the ability to make it all the way to the live shows — assuming we still have them, given that there are questions swirling about that due to the COVID-19 pandemic. What she needs to do moving forward is hunker down and focus on what matters the most — picking great songs and connecting to the lyrics. There are a lot of people with big voices out there, but she does have the ability to stand out from the pack.

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