wrote that Perry was “acting like a crazed rock groupie as she tossed off her sequined cape and practically bum-rushed the stage,” joking that she might need a straitjacket for Foehner’s next performance.
I know that we have many wonderful and exciting years ahead of us and I can’t wait to go out and make a difference in the world with you.
But in a lengthy and heartfelt Facebook post, Shane Bitney Crone credits the show with repairing his broken heart and helping him find love with alum Rayvon Owen.
Owen, the soulful finalist of Idol's 14th season, publically came out in the music video for his first post-Idol single "Can't Fight It." During the romance-laden song, Owen croons about the unexpected love he can no longer fight against and ends the dark nightclub set video with a gay passionate kiss.
In his sweet and romantic post on Facebook, Bitney Crone shares his and Owen's complete love story and how "As I left for the concert’s rehearsal, I walked out the large revolving door of my hotel and bumped into a tall, attractive man with a big, bright smile.
He said hello, I said hello, and we went our separate ways.