Will Moseley Wows Audience With Debut Of New Single During ‘American Idol’ Finale
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Will Moseley Wows Audience With Debut Of New Single During ‘American Idol’ Finale

In the thrilling culmination of American Idol Season 22, the finale showcased an extraordinary array of talent, with the Top 3 contestants, notably the sensational Will Moseley, delivering awe-inspiring performances as they vied for the prestigious title.

The journey leading to the grand finale was filled with exciting moments as five talented Idol hopefuls vied for the top position. The exceptional abilities of Abi Carter, Jack Blocker, and Will Moseley took the spotlight during last week’s Disney-themed episode, setting the stage for an electrifying showdown in the finale.

The three-hour finale was not just a showcase of the contestants’ talents but also a star-studded extravaganza.

With Rock & Roll Hall of Famer Jon Bon Jovi gracing the stage as a guest mentor and special performances by renowned artists such as American Idol Season 14 winner Nick Fradiani, New Kids On The Block, Jason Mraz, Hootie And The Blowfish, Cece Winans, James Bay, Wynonna Judd, Seal, Bishop Briggs, and Cody Johnson, the evening was a total showdown.

From Hazlehurst, Georgia, 23-year-old Will Moseley has carved a special place in the hearts of fans with his musical journey on American Idol.

From his captivating original audition to his mesmerizing performances leading up to the finale, Moseley has consistently showcased his musical prowess and versatility, earning praise for his distinct voice and ability to captivate audiences.


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Moseley’s repertoire of performances throughout the season has been nothing short of extraordinary. From his high-energy cover of Johnny Cash’s “Folsom Prison Blues” to an electrifying rendition of Adele’s “Rolling In The Deep,” Moseley has impressed fans left and right with his captivating artistry.

In the lead-up to the highly-anticipated finale, the Top 5 contestants each dropped a brand new single, building up to an exhilarating end to the season.

As the episode unfolded, American Idol narrowed down from three contestants to two, and unfortunately, the talented Jack Blocker did not secure a top spot. The grand event reached its peak as the Top 2 finalists, Abi and Will, took to the stage with electrifying performances of their new singles.

Will Moseley’s “Good Book Bad” emerged as a standout with its distinctive country flair and meaningful message, offering valuable advice on turning to the Bible for guidance.



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Through this emotionally stirring piece, Moseley once again displayed his musical artistry, leaving a lasting impact on the audience and reinforcing his position as a formidable musical talent.

Watch Will Moseley perform his original song “Good Book Bad” for Idol’s finale below!

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