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In addition to this, he was an active member in the Blue Springs South High School National Forensics League (or NFL), where he qualified for the national tournament twice for duo interpretation, an event that relies on performance and interpretation of a literary work.

At Blue Springs South High School, he performed in musicals, including The Music Man, West Side Story, and Singin' in the Rain.This single was released on Story Road Records and was recorded at Radio Recorders Studios by Jordan Winsen and mixed by Chris Henry.In May 2008, Caldwell was asked out on a date by American Idol winner David Cook while on the red carpet before the show’s seventh season finale.His second major-label album This Loud Morning was released on June 28, 2011. He proceeded to perform in virtually every Christmas and PTA program.Cook was born in Houston, Texas, and was raised in Blue Springs, Missouri. He received his first guitar, a Fender Stratocaster, at the age of 12."And now you—" Andrew goes on, grabbing a half-empty bottle of Heineken to illustrate his point—"are here, and he—" PBR, of course, sliding over next to the Heineken—"is here, and—" He tips the mouths of the bottles toward each other.

Ever wonder what happened to the winners of past seasons of American Idol – one of the most popular reality TV shows of all time?

We’ve done the digging for you, so you can get the scoop on all the former Idols – did they all find success?

Hot single: Since U Been Gone Current career: We’d say Kelly definitely found success after winning the very first season of American Idol.

Her albums have sold in the millions, making her the highest-selling Idol winner to date.

Personal life: Kelly’s success has meant she’s had to fight her share of bad media and gossip, including talk about her weight gain and fashion choices.

On June 18, 2011, Caldwell was crowned “Queen of Don’t H8” at Nashville Pride, a title handed to her in honor of her work with the LGBT community.