American Idol Voted Off Cadence Baker Says This Is Not The End [Credit: YouTube]

‘American Idol’ Voted Off Cadence Baker Says This Is Not The End

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American Idol Cadence Baker was voted off on the latest episode. But she says this is not the end of her career. Her journey ended in Season 20. However, Cadence feels hopeful about the future.

She will continue to look to her future in music. Cadence has a good feeling that her music career is just getting started. The aspiring singer from Muscle Shoals, Alabama tried out for the singing competition with an acoustic version of Whitney Houston’s “I’m Your Baby Tonight.” Following her jaw-dropping rendition, all three judges — Katy Perry, Lionel Richie, and Luke Bryan gave her a standing ovation.

Cadence Baker’s journey has come to an end

Cadence Baker has musical roots in her family. Her father, Shane, works as a professional musician. She’s also the granddaughter of world-renowned musician and songwriter, Gary Baker. The American Idol alum found out that she could end up in the Top 10 of the competition.

All three judges gave her a ticket to Hollywood. During Hollywood Week, Cadence sang Brandi Carlile’s “The Story.” This performance advanced her to the Top 24 of Season 20 of American Idol. Cadence also sang an amazing rendition of “Something’s Got a Hold on Me” by Etta James.

American Idol Season 20 Cadence Baker's Audition [Credit: YouTube]
[Credit: YouTube]
For her Top 20 performance, Cadence performed “Train Wreck” by James Arthur. Unfortunately, she didn’t receive enough votes from American Idol viewers to compete for the judges’ save. In addition, Candence’s performance of the Whitney Houston classic was also not enough to get her a spot in the Top 14.

Cadence had to go back home to her native Alabama. Fans were sad to see her go. They were hoping that she would make it to the end. It’s been a dramatic season of American Idol. Cadence is positive about her journey and where it’s led her. She feels that her music career is just getting started.

Reflects on her American Idol journey

Cadence took to Instagram to reflect back on her American Idol journey. She’s feeling good about where it’s taking her in life. She doesn’t see her elimination as a negative. Cadence has a feeling that good things will come.

“even though my idol journey has come to an end, it’s only the beginning,” she wrote. “i want to thank everyone for the amazing support and love that i’ve received during the show, you guys are awesome and i’m so so SO grateful i got to be part of this amazing show and meet new family. i love u.”

Cadence shared a series of photos from her time on the show. Check out her post in full here. Fans and fellow Idol contestants took to the comment section to wish her well. It’s a touching and heartwarming moment for everyone involved.

The American Idol Season 20 is winding down with the remaining contestants. Most of them have become close for much of the season. It’s nice to see the contestants support one another on social media. While Cadence’s journey on American Idol came to an end, she still has a big future ahead of her.

She’s certain to make it, thanks to her musical family. What are your thoughts on her elimination? Are you disappointed that Cadence didn’t make the cut? Sound off below in the comment section.

American Idol Season 20 airs Sundays and Mondays at 8 p.m. ET on ABC.

Chanel Adams

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