Editorials EDITORIAL Only the brainless are still not concerned. an impressive vocal range was a fan favorite on the reality TV show, being named runner-up in 2011 behind country singer Scotty Mc Creery. Lauren Alaina and Scotty Mc Creery Deny Mc Laina Dating Rumors.Sure, they’re technically still kids, but one can’t help but say “aww!Alaina was the runner-up on the tenth season of American Idol.
THE START OF SOMETHING 'BIG': After a one-year break, the annual "American Idol" coronation single returns to the Billboard Hot 100's top 15. 57, Crystal Bowersox, "Up to the Mountain" 2011, No.
Newly-crowned "Idol" champion Scotty Mc Creery's "I Love You This Big" blasts in at No. 11, Scotty Mc Creery, "I Love You This Big" As previously reported, Mc Creery scores the highest debut on Country Songs for a new artist since the chart converted to Nielsen BDS data in 1990. Alaina logs the highest Hot 100 arrival since 2005 for a runner-up's single released alongside an "Idol" finale: 2004, n/a, Diana De Garmo (no single released) 2005, No. 60, Katharine Mc Phee, "My Destiny" 2007, n/a, Blake Lewis (no single released) 2008, No. 20, Lauren Alaina, "Like My Mother Does" (Lambert, Archuleta and Mc Phee each charted higher on the Hot 100 with tracks other than their official finale singles, while De Garmo started at No. 82, "1st Time," Yung Joc featuring Marques Houston & Trey Songz 2011, No. 74, "Rise Above 1," Reeve Carney featuring Bono & the Edge EMPIRE STATE OF MIND: The "Glee" cast heads toward its summer vacation by sending five songs onto the Hot 100 from its May 24 second-season finale.
At age twelve, Alaina made her first of many trips to Nashville.
She performed at local bars on Broadway, such as Tootsie's.
Her second album, Road Less Traveled was released January 27, 2017.
She later achieved her first number one on the Country Airplay chart with its title track.
1 (one week), Taylor Hicks, "Do I Make You Proud" 2007, No. "Young," which concurrently bows on Adult Contemporary at No. 14, "1st of Tha Month," Bone Thugs-N-Harmony 2002, No. 81, a name synonymous with the Big Apple starts directly above: "Donald Trump," by rapper Mac Miller (No. (The competitive Trump might not be pleased to know that a song paying tribute to a predecessor Gotham tycoon charted higher. 2 with "This Is Country Music." The set equals Paisley's best showing on the survey, first established with "Time Well Wasted" (2005) and "American Saturday night" (2009). The pianist/composer had last led a Billboard survey when his "Waiting for Spring" reached the Traditional Jazz Albums summit the week of Dec.
29, is the 15th former Country Songs leader to cross to Pop Songs and just the fifth by a group. 7 with "Amazed" in 2000, followed by Bon Jovi's "Who Says You Can't Go Home" (No.
Lauren Alaina and Scotty Mc Creery will never ever stop being our favorite.
shows 10th season, were supportive of each other then, and still are today.
74 with "Rise Above 1," featuring U2's Bono and the Edge.