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Do you think Andrew Garcia will make it to the Final 12 on American Idol?

I’m worried about his status on American Idol. I really want to see him do well, but I have a feeling he may not make it through to the final 12.

I definitely think he’s in the bottom 3 as far as popularity goes.

American Idol Season 9 – LA Auditions (early front runners?) Tasha Layton & Andrew Garcia


As a new season starts on American Idol, we see here two of the performances that stood out from the Los Angeles auditions and could be early front runners. Tasha Layton sings “Baby Baby Baby” by Joss Stone followed by Andrew Garcia singing ” Sunday Morning ” by Maroon 5 .

Andrew Garcia – “Forever” (Chris Brown) – TOP 10 American Idol


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Astronaut Andrew J. Feustel


SPACE FLIGHT EXPERIENCE: STS-134 (ISS assembly flight ULF6) (May 16 to June 1, 2011) was the penultimate mission of NASA’s Space Shuttle Program. The mission marked the final flight of Space Shuttle Endeavour. This flight delivered the Alpha Magnetic Spectrometer and an ExPRESS Logistics Carrier to the International Space Station. The STS-134 mission included four spacewalks and was completed in 15 days, 17 hours, 38 minutes and 23 seconds, traveling 6510221 miles in 248 Earth orbits, touching down at Kennedy Space Center at 1:34:51 am on June 1, 2011. More information: Anstronaut Andrew J. Feustel: www.jsc.nasa.gov NASA: www.nasa.gov Webcast- and video production: www.informatik.kit.edu

Andrew Wiggins ESPN’s #1 Sophomore in the Country – Class of 2014 Top Prospect


Andrew Wiggins is a 6’7 small forward from Canada. He is the #1 Freshman according to ESPN and Scout.com. He plays his AAU ball for CIA Bounce and he’s recently transferred to Huntington Prep in West Virginia. These highlights are from the LeBron James Skills Academy and Boo Williams EYBL #1.

Andrew at the Moon Bounce II


Andrew enjoys time at the Moon Bounce with Minnie and Mickey.

Andrew De Silva – Semi Final 2 Australia’s Got Talent 2012 [FULL]


(Act Starts at 1:37). Andrew performs an original song dedicated to His family on AGT Australia’s Got Talent 2012 second 2nd Semi Final night Week 5.audition Cancer Survivor stutter stutterer former boy band pop star CDB Copyright © 2012 Seven Network Australia. Australia’s Got Talent® FremantleMedia Australia Pty Ltd.

Andrew Wiggins Sophomore Season Mix – #1 Player in 2014 – Huntington Prep


Andrew Wiggins is the #1 prospect in the class of 2014 and may have more NBA potential than any player in high school basketball. Wiggins is a 6’7 wing from Canada who is currently playing for Huntington Prep in West Virginia. Stay tuned to CityLeagueHoopsTV for much more from Wiggins and Huntington Prep.

Bounce House Set Up Andrew McElyea


How to Set Up Andrew McElyea’s Castle Bounce House

Sights and Sounds: WVU RB Andrew Buie gains confidence this spring


West Virginia sophomore running back Andrew Buie had an up-and-down freshman season. He struggled with injuries throughout, as he failed to understand which he could fight through and others that he needed to talk with trainers about. Despite that, he was still able to step up in Dustin Garrison’s place with he went down with a knee injury prior to the Orange Bowl. Buie started the game and provided a spark including an eye-catching play in which he stayed on his feet following a tough tackle in the first half. “That game was just a confidence builder for me. Last year, I was just learning the offense and had to play right away. I tended to play a little bit slower, because I didn’t want to mess up,” Buie said. “This year, it’s the second year, we know everything that’s going on and it allows me to play a whole lot faster.” Read more at bluegoldnews.com.