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4.5 out of 5

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the judges were too harsh. this is a nice song.


way to make jessica feel awkward on stage after singing her potential winning single. i felt bad for her. it's actually not a bad song at all and is one of the more contemporary winner's singles i've heard on the show. the judges told her she should have been more "urban" like beyoncé, when they should know very well beyoncé is equally as known for her pop ballads as she is her urban smashes.

the track record on idol hasn't been the greatest with post-idol success, so i don't know if i can put much stock in the judge's comments on this song. they don't know what the public wants any more than the majority of record labels do these days… some seem to have it down for particular artists (rihanna, katy perry, etc.) but there is no tried and true method of making songs smash anymore. either the public likes it or they don't… radio also needs to do its part to promote new music if we're going to see any significant shifts.

regardless of whether jessica wins tomorrow or places second, i look forward to hearing her album. if this song is on it, great. if not, that's fine too. however, i think the judges should have been a little less demeaning. telling her she shouldn't be singing this song because it's not urban enough? jessica is a new artist. she's going to have even more of an uphill climb to make it in the pop world away from the show. she hasn't yet reached the point where she'd be able to speak up too much. if she did and the label thought she was being difficult, they'd cut her off right there and we'd never hear from her on a major platform again….

where will the song go? we'll have to see… but one thing still remains true: jessica is immensely talented and deserves success.

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About Jessica Sanchez

The runner-up on American Idol's 11th season, Jessica Sanchez is a big-voiced singer in the mold of Whitney Houston and Mariah Carey. The daughter of a Mexican-American navy veteran father and a Filipina mother, Sanchez was born and raised in Chula Vista, California, began singing at the age of two, and was competing in national singing competitions and talent shows, including Showtime at the Apollo and America's Got Talent, by age ten. She began pursuing a recording career in her early teens, cutting a version of Rihanna's "Don't Stop the Music" for Spin Move Records when she was 14, and performed in "We Are the World 25 for Haiti [YouTube Edition]," a charity project for victims of Haiti's earthquake, in 2010. The following summer, at age 16, Sanchez auditioned for American Idol and ultimately became one of the 13 finalists for season 11. During that season, she won praise from the judges for her performances of "I Will Always Love You," Billy Joel's "Everybody Has a Dream," and Beyoncé's "Sweet Dreams," and in April 2012, the judges used their once-a-season privilege to save her when Sanchez ended up in the bottom three contestants. Sanchez became one of the season's final two contestants along with ultimate winner Phillip Phillips; after Idol ended, she performed at PBS' National Memorial Day Concert in Washington, D.C., as well as at the Manny Pacquiao and Timothy Bradley fight and at the 2012 NBA finals. In 2013, Sanchez delivered her debut album, Me, You & the Music, featuring guest appearances from Ne-Yo and Prince Royce. That same year, she starred on Glee and was featured on a re-recording of "Hourglass" by Zedd. In 2015, she released her single "This Love," signed with Mayhem Management Group, and released her first Christmas album, the Christmas with Jessica EP. ~ Heather Phares

    Chula Vista, CA
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