American Idol judges listed to hundreds in Grand Junction Monday but selected only the most talented singers to move on to the next round of auditions.
Auditions for American Idol began early Monday morning at Canyonview Park.
Young people with all types of voices came to Grand Junction hoping to win a spot on the next season of American Idol.
Contestants wait for their turn to audition in front of the American Idol judges.
Victoria Wehner, 15, talks to American Idol judges before her audition. The Grand Junction High School student was not selected.
The American Idol audition rules said that clothing and tattoos needed to be free of brand names and logos.
Kirsten Phillips,19, flew to Grand Junction from Alabama to audition for the show. She was selected for the next round of auditions in Baton Rouge.
Kirsten Phillips of Alabama celebrates with her friend after making it to Stage 2 during the American Idol auditions in Grand Junction.
Olivia Anderson, 15, of Broomfield, receives a hug from her mother, Lisa, after not moving forward in the American Idol auditions.
Devon Magana, 21, of California, was selected to audition for American Idol again in Los Angeles.
Abbie and Lisa Anderson watch with excitement as Olivia Anderson auditions in front of the American Idol judges.
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