Former 'American Idol' Contestants to Get Second Chance During 2019 AMAs

Meredith Jacobs
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American Idol is teaming up with the 2019 American Music Awards to give former contestants a chance to make it through to Hollywood ahead of the new season of the singing competition show.

Three fan-favorite artists from past seasons of Idol — Logan Johnson (Season 17), Layla Spring (Season 16), and Shawn Robinson (Season 17), as announced during Monday's Dancing With the Stars — will record an audition piece from Los Angeles' iconic Whiskey a Go Go.

Those performances will air during the 2019 AMAs on Sunday, November 24, on ABC, and viewers will then be able to vote one of them through to Hollywood at www.americanidol.com/vote through Monday, November 25, at 1 pm ET. The winner will be announced on Dancing With the Stars' finale on November 25 at 8 pm ET.

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American Idol returns for a new season in February 2020, with Luke Bryan, Katy Perry, and Lionel Richie returning as judges, Ryan Seacrest as host, and Bobby Bones as in-house mentor. During its most recent season, it was the No. 1 entertaining broadcast program among adults 18-49, the most-watched show in its time slot, and the night's most social show.

Refresh yourself on the three former contestants with their original Idol auditions below:

Layla Spring (Season 16)

Logan Johnson (Season 17)

Shawn Robinson (Season 17)

2019 American Music Awards, Sunday, November 24, 8/7c, ABC

American Idol, February 2020, ABC