American Idol: Lauren Alaina and Scotty McCreery Singing Duets Earlier This Season

Scotty McCreery and Lauren Alaina singing Up on the Roof on American Idol.

Scotty McCreery teamed up for some duets during Season 10 of American Idol. It is ironic the two singers find themselves in the final two competition on Tuesday night, May 24.

Lauren and Scotty team up on the 1962 classic Up on the Roof first sung by the Drifters.

Lauren and Scotty singing the Randy Travis song I Told You So.

Scotty and Lauren singing American Honey during Season 10 of American Idol.

It will be interesting to see which of these two, Lauren Alaina or Scotty will be declared the American Idol on Wednesday night.

What happens during the competition show tomorrow night may not even matter, since Scotty and Lauren Alaina probably have been at the top or near the top in voting all season. It may be more of a case of which singer has the better fan support. Still, it would not be good to have any of the judges say disparaging words about their performance.

Earlier in the season I thought that Pia Toscano and James Durbin would be in the final two, but it didn’t work out that way. If the voters are only allowed to vote once next season, which has been mentioned by the producers, we may get a much truer vote.

We could not have two nicer people in the final two than Scotty and Lauren Alaina. It is sad that one of them will lose, but they both have bright futures in the recording industry. There is no doubt that Scotty will sing country music, but Lauren Alaina could sing either pop or country as she embarks on a recording career.


Author: Andrew Godfrey

Retired from newspaper work after 38 years. Had served in the Army in Hawaii and Vietnam in the 60's. Am now retired and living in Sulphur, Louisiana.

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