We are well into the 2023 season of American Idol, and every episode highlights how talented the competitors are. Viewers are astounded by the charisma, the tales,
and most importantly, the skill each finalist takes to the renowned stage in the live events, with judges Katy Perry, Luke Bryan, and Lionel Richie consistently offering criticism.
One particular singer stands out as the singing competition's official announcement of its Top 10: The first time fans saw William "Iam" Tongi was in the season's debut episode.
The 18-year-old at the time told up about how his bond with his father, Rodney, and the death of his father inspired him to apply for American Idol. Plus, Luke was in tears as he sang James Blunt's "Monsters" with soul.
Since then, Iam's supporters have not stopped applauding his achievements and some have even questioned whether he would actually take home the prize in the eagerly anticipated spring finals.
There's a lot to learn about the young artist before he became the next American Idol, even though it's uncertain where his career path would lead.
Despite the fact that he is currently in the news, Iam has tried out for American Idol before. The young artist had previously applied for the well-known series,
the Kent Reporter reported in a March interview with the publication. His father advised him to spend some time honing his talent after he didn't get past the first round of auditions.'Son,' he said.