'American Idol' winner and country music starlet Carrie Underwood knows what it's like to sing your heart out and then wait for judges to decide your musical fate, and she's willing to do it... if she can be the bearer of good news.
In late December, 'X Factor' winner Tate Stevens announced that he would be moving his family to Nashville to work on his country music career. It looks like Stevens has arrived in Music City and is already working hard, according to a photo that he shared this week.
In case you haven't heard the news, country music hopeful Tate Stevens took home the winning prize on the latest season of 'X Factor.' Not wanting to rest on his laurels, Stevens is heading to Nashville to try to break into the country music scene.
Congrats to future country superstar Tate Stevens. He was announced as the winner of Season 2 of 'X Factor' during Thursday's (Dec. 20) season finale, capping off a week of reality singing competition shows that were dominated by country wins. Remember, Blake Shelton and his pop-country protege Cassadee Pope notched the Season 3 win on 'The Voice.'
Tate Stevens, one of the final 3 contestants on Season 2 of 'X Factor,' is a strong contender to win the $5 million recording contract that is the prize booty on the show. The future country star reminded us of why he is a fan favorite on Wednesday (Dec. 19), thanks to his lazy day duet with Little Big Town. The band joined him on the live stage for a rendition of their chart-topping smash, 'Ponto
Everyone said the right things after LeAnn Rimes and 'X Factor' contestant Carly Rose Sonenclar finished singing the country superstar's 1997 hit 'How Do I Live.' But it was clear during the duet that there was concern for what was happening on stage. The day following, Rimes is being called "unstable," "out of it" and worse by internet news and tabloid sites.
'X Factor' contestant Tate Stevens may have performed Clay Walker's 'Fall' during Wednesday night's (Dec. 13) race for a spot in next week's finale, but the country hopeful did anything but stumble during his own rendition of the emotional power ballad.