Tonight On American Idol 2015: Top 6 Performance & Results

Tonight on American Idol 2015 the Top 6 Hopefuls perform the Arena Anthem songs in hopes of your votes and support before we face another Idol Fan Save sing-off that will send one of the Bottom Two contestants home.

American Idol Judges on Top 8 Night Season 14
American Idol Judges on Season 14 – Source: FOX

The Top 6 song list for tonight has been revealed and there are some interesting performances ahead of us with a mix of the expected and unexpected. I’ll remain cautiously optimistic, so don’t let us down, Top 6!

Who do you think will fall in to the Bottom 2 and who should fly on through to next week? See the results of your votes from last week’s voting and get ready for who could be the last two standing on the American Idol 2015 stage tonight.

Join us back here at 8/7c for our live coverage and voting details for what should be a fun night of performances and an interesting introduction to a new twist for American Idol. Find us on Facebook, Twitter, and by Email Updates for more Idol all season.





  1. I’m still nonplussed by what they are calling “arena anthems”! Why not have Clark sing “It’s Not Easy being Green”? That’s huge at Disney World and he could really agonize over the lyrics.
    As for the bottom two, hopefully Quentin and Jax with Quentin going home. But, I doubt it will come to pass that way.

    • I heard something about a “TWIST” tonight. Perhaps it will be a bottom 3 (like the Voice) to twitter. Jax rules the “TWITTER WORLD”. Clark is just so, so, Remember the NIcki season in which the conspiracy theory to have a girl winner? Note: believable when Caleb got booted home “EARLY” with guys like Lazaro and all stayed on. Well ,girl winners are hard to come by lately and if the bottom three are Quentin, Rayvon, and “CLARK”, this would give Jax the AI crown on a platter-due to Clark’s poor twitter audience.

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