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American Idol: Season 12, Week 3 :: Audition #5

This week on American Idol (Season 12, Week 3), the judges head to San Antonio, Texas, and Long Beach, California. Read Kidzworld’s recap of “Audition #5,” which aired on January 30, 2013 to discover what you missed. Back to Article

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XxLoveHerMadlyxX
XxLoveHerMadlyxX wrote:
2013-02-07 14:15:26 -0800

Thats my friend Adam! Big Grin

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Obey_Talazia
Obey_Talazia wrote:
2013-02-01 08:26:59 -0800

The last guy in the pictures was amazing i mean wow

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