Local Idol contestant survives Group Day in Hollywood

first_imgVancouver’s Daniel Seavey, 15, advanced again on “American Idol,” which aired Wednesday on Fox. His challenge on Wednesday’s broadcast was a group performance with three other singers. The group of guys dubbed itself LKYCO, which stands for Ladies Keep Your Clothes On. After LKYCO sang One Direction’s “Story of My Life,” judges Keith Urban, Jennifer Lopez and Harry Connick Jr. decided against sending any of them home. Seavey jumped up and down after hearing the news.“I really heard some beautiful things,” Lopez told the group. Wednesday’s episode gave a glimpse into previously recorded Hollywood Week, in which 218 hopefuls were narrowed to 48. Those 48 contestants advanced to a new part of the competition, Idol Showcase, taped in December at the House of Blues in Hollywood, Calif. The first episode from Idol Showcase airs next week. From there, about 20 semifinalists will go to Motown Week, to be taped at the Fillmore Theater in Detroit, according to www.on-camera-audiences.com, which is selling the live-audience tickets. Those who survive Motown Week will move on to live shows in March.last_img read more