'American Idol's' Kree Harrison: 'I Hope I Can Stay Another Week'

"The sweet was definitely after the bitter," says the season 12 top 3 finalist of a painful past and bright future.

'American Idol' Top 3 interview: Kree Harrison's emotional night

The "American Idol" Top 3 performances turned out to be very emotional for Kree Harrison. Right after the video for her hometown visit brought the world to tears, Kree sang "Here Comes Goodbye." There were even more tears after that.We talked to Kree to find out how she felt about the night.So how does it feel to make Keith Urban cry?Kree Harrison: I was so relieved more than anything. I feel like for some of the ballads that I've sung have just been pretty and they didn't feel them. So to see that reaction whether he's crying or whatever did mean the world to me, that everybody got so emotional, as emotional as I feltHow was it to sing a song that emotional right after your package?Kree Harrison: I was in there like [covers ears and closes eyes] "La la la la la!"Was going home what you expected?Kree Harrison: No! I mean, I thought...

'American Idol' Top 3 interview: Angie Miller talks Miley Cyrus, surprise songs and going home

Angie Miller had a lot going on during the "American Idol" Top 3 performances. Not only did she travel back home to Massachusetts, but she also had to deal with songs picked by someone else and comparisons to Miley Cyrus. What does Angie think about all this? Find out in this interview.How do you think everyone did tonight?Angie Miller: Honestly I would hate to be America. I feel like we all have already won. I am so proud of Candice and Kree, and I'm proud of myself that we've made it this far and we've done so good this far in the completion. And I don't know. We all want to make it to the finaleWas it scary not being able to pick your own songs for the Top 3?Angie Miller: I was freaked out when weren't able to choose any of them and then I really liked my song choices. Which was really...

'American Idol' Top 3 interview: Candice Glover talks about hitting the right notes with 'Somewhere'

At the end of the "American Idol" Top 3 performances, Candice Glover wowed the judges with her rendition of "Somewhere" from "West Side Story." We talked to Candice after the show to find out her reaction to the stunning song.Did you know that that last song would be such a great moment for you?Candice Glover: I didn't, no. You know, you come from your hometown visit, you don't know these songs because they give it to you before you leave. But, of course, who would want to do that or who would want to do your hometown visit, right? So you come back and you're not prepared and everything, so during rehearsal I thought that I was going to suck at all three songs. But I'm definitely glad that that was a moment. I really enjoyed doing that song. That was my favorite one, if you could tell.What did you connect with in the...

The Best Thing About Season 12 of 'American Idol': Guitarist Brady Cohan

Thanks to a growing fanbase, the 27-year-old has been getting his fair share of airtime on the Fox show this year.

'American Idol' Top 3: Candice Glover's 'Somewhere' wins the night

Candice Glover 3rd song, Top 3 ~ American Idol... by HumanSlinkyFor the final round on "American Idol" Wednesday (May 8), it was production's choice and Candice Glover was handed a gem in the "West Side Story" classic "Somewhere." She absolutely blew everything out of the water with her performance. Keith Urban said afterwards that if you want to vote for Candice, call the number on screen and if you don't want to vote for Candice, call the doctor because you need help. Hee. And Nicki Minaj had just four words -- "See you next week."It really was a stellar performance on a night full of good ones. Every girl had her moment, but Candice threw down the gauntlet on "Somewhere."What say you, "Idol" fans?...

'American Idol' Top 3: Candice Glover and Angie Miller are finals-bound

It's the Top 3 showdown on "American Idol." The rounds go Jimmy Iovine's choices, judges' choices and "Idol" production choices. 1. Kree Harrison, "Perfect," PinkNot a great song choice for her. This song has like five notes. It's not showing off Kree's voice at all. This is actually really boring and not a vocal number at all. She kind of listlessly wanders around stage and milquetoasts it out, but there's really only so much she can do with it. However, not her fault -- she didn't get to pick it.Keith Urban touches on this by asking her how she feels about the song choice and she very diplomatically says that it has a good message and she thinks about her 11-year-old niece when she sings it. Nice save. And Urban gets to criticize the choice without making Kree criticize it and look like a punk. Bravo all around -- that was a wretched choice, Jimmy...

'American Idol' Season 12 Finalists' Hometown Visits

The top three finalists -- Angie Miller, Candice Glover and Kree Harrison -- are treated to a weekend of reunions, parades, ceremonies and home-cooked meals.

'American Idol' Final 3: Why Angie Miller Should Win

She's the kind of artist that parents would be proud to proclaim as their child's favorite singer.

'American Idol' Final 3: Why Candice Glover Should Win

The vocal powerhouse snags the season-12 trophy for "Most Talented," hands down.