When they arrive in Africa, the missionaries find a community grappling with poverty, AIDS and violence.
(Note: Album sales don’t always equal importance, especially since all figures below — which are from the artist’s representatives or recent Wall Street Journal data — are approximate.) Clarkson, 33, recently returned to “Idol” in its final season and had the audience in tears with an emotional performance of her latest single, “Piece by Piece.” It’s a fitting bookend, as Clarkson had the same effect when she belted out her coronation song and first single, “A Moment Like This,” on the finale in 2002.
Her beautiful voice and cheerful attitude were wonderfully rewarding as she performed songs from her meteoric career to date, including “One Rock and Roll Too Many,” an ode to wit and wisdom.
It might be hard to remember now, but “American Idol” had quite an impact.
At least Robbie Carrico has more time now to read about Britney Spears news.
The ex-boyfriend of that troubled singer was one of four American Idol contestants voted off the show last night.