Who won the American Idol Season 16? The votes are in and the winner will be revealed on Live Finale tonight, Monday, May 21, 2018.
American Idol 2018 Season 16 will name its winner at the end of the star-studded Live Finale Results show tonight.
The winning artist will be determined via the public vote. The singer with the highest total number of votes will be declared as American Idol Season 16 grand winner.
Last night, the Top 3 finalists Caleb Lee Hutchinson, Gabby Barrett and Maddie Poppe perform live for the votes of America. Each singer performs three songs including Hometown Dedication, Reprise Performance and Winner’s Single.
Below are the performances of the American Idol 2018 Top 3 finalists.
Caleb Lee Hutchinson – Don’t Close Your Eyes by Keith Whitley
Maddie Poppe – Don’t Ever Let Your Children Grow Up (Original)
Gabby Barrett – Little Red Wagon by Miranda Lambert
Caleb Lee Hutchinson – Dallas Georgia – Folsom Prison Blues by Johnny Cash
Maddie Poppe – Clarksville IA – Landslide by Fleetwood Mac
Gabby Barrett – Don’t Stop Believing by Journey
Caleb Lee Hutchinson – Johnny Cash Heart by James Slater, Jay DeMarcus & Kat Higgins
Maddie Poppe – Going Going Gone by Mitch Allan, Lindy Robbins & Julia Michaels
Gabby Barrett – Rivers Deep by Andrew Goldstein, Jessica Karpov, Evan Bogart, Emanuel Kiriakou & Ella Henderson
Who do you think is the next American Idol? Caleb Lee Hutchinson, Gabby Barrett or Maddie Poppe?
Keep locked on this page, live results and winner will added below once announced.
- Caleb Lee Hutchinson
- Maddie Poppe
- Gabby Barrett
RUNNER UP: Caleb Lee Hutchinson
WINNER: Maddie Poppe
See also: American Idol 2018 Predictions
American Idol is an American singing competition television series created by Simon Fuller. It airs on Fox from 2002 and ended with it 15th season in 2016. On March 11, 2018, the 16th season will make its debut on ABC.
The American Idol winner is determined by television viewers through public voting. The winner will receive cash prize and a record deal with Big Machine Records.