American Song Contest 2022 News – Fans demand Oklahoma K-Pop star AleXa be declared the winner by Snoop Dogg and Kelly Clarkson

FANS of NBC’s new music competition have gone crazy for K-Pop star AleXa, who performed in Monday’s season premiere.

American Song Contest is live NOW on NBC and is said to be based on the famous Eurovision Song Contest.

Pop star AleXa represented Oklahoma with a rendition of her original song Wonderland, featuring backup dancers and impressive choreography.

The singer’s fans took to Twitter to share their reactions to the song, with some even calling it “the best performance never.” Other fans declare AleXa as the clear winner of the competition.

Host Kelly Clarkson was stunned by the performance, saying she “brought the house down”.

The competition will take place over eight weeks, before a final on May 9.

Musicians from all 50 states, five surrounding territories and Washington, DC will participate in the competition.

Participants who are already established and recognized artists include:

Snoop Dogg and Kelly Clarkson have been announced as hosts.

Read our American Song Contest live blog for the latest news and updates…

  • Recognized candidates

    Participants who are already established and recognized artists include:

  • The amateur candidates

    The amateur candidates are:

  • Who are the competitors?

    Musicians from all 50 states, five surrounding territories and Washington, DC will participate in the competition.

    On March 3, 2022, NBC revealed information regarding entrants competing in the American Song Contest.

    Competitors include a mix of relatively unknown musicians, as well as singer-songwriters who have already found mainstream success.

  • Can I stream American Song Contest?

    The competition series will also be available to stream on a few different apps.

    For viewers unable to catch cable broadcasts of the American Song Contest, they can access the broadcast at their convenience via Hulu or Peacock.

  • Jury selection tonight

    The artist who automatically advances to the semi-finals is Hueston from Rhode Island, who performed the ballad Held On Too Long.

  • Jury members vote

    Each of the 56 contestants ranked their favorite song of the night, and the results are about to be revealed.

  • Brought to tears

    Snoop Dogg said Hueston’s song “touched his heart”.

    “I almost cried,” the rapper said.

  • Rhode Island

    Artist Hueston performs his ballad Held On Too Long as he represents Rhode Island.

    He performs alone in the spotlight as he sings the chorus of his moving song.

  • cowboy rapper

    Ryan Charles will next represent Wyoming with his song New Boot Goofin’.

    Prior to his performance, Ryan referred to himself as a “rapper from Wyoming”.

  • Vote now

    Viewers across America can vote for their favorite performances from tonight’s episode through Wednesday morning at 7 a.m. ET.

    Voters have 10 votes they can cast for each of the 11 candidates.

    The three contestants with the most votes will advance to the next round of the competition.

  • Pyrotechnics

    As Keyone Starr sings the chorus of his song Fire, pyrotechnics go off on stage.

    The flames add visual extravagance to the energy performance.

  • Mississippi Starr

    Keyone Starr is next, representing Mississippi with a song called Fire.

  • State trivia

    Between performances, the hosts ask the contestants for anecdotes about their home country.

    More recently, Kelly Clarkson asked Alisabeth Von Presley of Iowa and Ryan Charles of Wyoming what the name “Mississippi” meant.

  • feel your love

    Wisconsin’s Jake’O performed a rock song called Feel Your Love, where he fell to the ground in his gray suit during a guitar solo.

  • Wisconsin until next

    The nerdy state comes next, represented by Wisconsinite Jake’O, who has described his sound as retro “Nuvo”.

    Snoop Dogg described the song as retro and futuristic.

  • To be careful

    Hosts Kelly Clarkson and Snoop Dogg have fun between performances.

    After Elisabeth Von Presley’s performance, Kelly explained how much she loved Keytar’s solo, then asked Snoop Dogg to do a high kick.

    The chemistry between the hosts has live audiences cracking up, starting the season on the right foot.

  • Elizabeth Von Presley of Iowa

    The pink-haired musician takes the stage to perform her song Wonder, representing the great state of Iowa.

  • Michael Bolton plays

    Famous singer Michael Bolton represents his home state of Connecticut with an original song titled Beautiful World.

  • Things get Loko

    Christian Pagán represents Puerto Rico with his song Loko.

    The star opened up about how Hurricane Maria in 2017 impacted his life and led him to pursue his music career.

  • Indiana

    UG Skywalkin’ performs his rap song Love in My City now with a group of background dancers and blazing fire graphics behind him.

  • In the spotlight

    Kelsey Lamb sings a sweet love song in the spotlight, alone on a bed of yellow flowers.

    She said the country song is inspired by her husband.

  • The Arkansas Tour

    Country singer Kelsey Lamb is next, representing Arkansas.

    She will sing a love song called Never Like This.

  • Wonderland

    Wonderland’s AleXa performance featured background dancers bathed in red and pink lights.

    The pop song got the crowd dancing.

  • Oklahoma next

    Oklahoma representative AleXa is next.

    AleXa is a K-pop star born and raised in Tulsa, but currently working in South Korea.

    The song she performs is called Wonderland.

  • Yam Haus Fans

    Family, friends and Yam Haus fans were seen doing a watch party for the St. Paul, Minnesota show.

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