American Idol’s Megan Danielle claps back after a Wé Ani fan sent the contestant a mean comment
AMERICAN Idol Season 21 contestant Megan Danielle has responded to a We Ani fan who sent her a mean comment.
One fan said we should have been in the top 3 ahead of Megan and the contestant had the perfect answer.
On Friday, American Idol posted a photo of Megan to her Instagram page.
In it, the candidate stood in front of an airplane with her arms spread wide and a smile on her face.
In the other photos, Megan welcomed fans and family in Georgia to her visit to her hometown.
The post The headline read: “Back to the country roads! 🛬🏎 The race for Georgia Girl @megandaniellemusic is back on Sunday at the Season 21 #GrandFinale!”
One Idol fan felt we deserved a visit to our hometown, commenting, “We Ani should be in the top three – sorry but she’s ten times the singer of Megan!”
“That’s okay, Jennifer Hudson came in 7th place and she’s a Grammy and Oscar winner – proof that the best don’t always win! The real test is, will you be hearing from these three next year??”
To which Megan replied, “I’m doing my best. Thanks :)”
Other fans also defended her in the comments.
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Danielle will compete alongside Iam Tongi and Colin Stough on May 21 for a chance to be the next American Idol winner.
WHO IS MEGAN?
Megan Danielle is a rising star in the music industry who rose to prominence on the 21st season of American Idol.
She first wowed judges Katy Perry, Lionel Richie and Luke Bryan at their audition with her cover of Lauren Daigle’s You Say, but it was her Disney performances of You Can’t Stop the Girl from Maleficent: Mistress of Evil and Carried Me With Du got her into the top 3 from Onward.
“A singer is someone who sang just like you did,” Bryan said of her performance taste of the country.
Before American Idol, Danielle competed on season 18 of The Voice, where she made the top 9 on Kelly Clarkson’s team, but ultimately dropped out, according to reports Hidden remote control.
When the 21-year-old isn’t on stage, she works as a waitress in Douglasville, Georgia.
Tune in for us?
‘American Idol’ ratings hit a season high with 6.3 million viewers for Wé Ani’s last performance – but fans are now threatening to boycott the show.
Idol ratings have increased week-on-week, with the May 14 episode garnering the highest ratings of the season.
A whopping 6.3 million viewers tuned in to the episode, up from the May 7 show, which attracted 6.1 million fans.
The April 30 episode saw 5.9 million viewers, up from 5.3 million the week before.
The season premiere on February 19 had 5.3 million viewers.
The lowest-rated episode of the season was seen by 3.3 million people on March 12.
FAN FAVORITE AWAY
On the May 14 episode, 24-year-old fan-favorite contestant Wé was eliminated after appearing for Disney Night’s Into The Unknown from Frozen II and for her second appearance in Miley Cyrus’ The Climb had sung.
Fans threatened to stop watching the show because of the shocking elimination.
One fan said: “Ok I’m done with American Idol… the fact that Wé Ani didn’t make the top 3 but Colin Stough and Megan Danielle did?”
A second commented via Twitter: “It’s FIXED. #WeAni should be the winner. Won’t watch it again.”
A third wrote: “We Ani is the best singer on American Idol. She is Whitney Houston of this generation. You can’t compare them to Colin or Iam. American Idol is rigged.”
A fourth said: “This show is rigged. We Ani should definitely be the winner this season.”
Zachariah Smith was also eliminated in Sunday’s episode.