Who is Allegra Miles? 'American Idol' Season 20 star has released four singles
ABC's 'American Idol' returns again with its 20th anniversary season and a new set of young hopefuls who want the instant fame the show promises. The reality TV competition provides contestants with an opportunity to showcase their talents and take home a grand prize of $250,000.
One of the singers on 'American Idol' Season 20 might be someone fans recognize. Allegra Miles was last seen on the small screen when she competed a few years ago on NBC's 'The Voice', another hit reality singing competition series. Now, with more experience under her belt, she is having another go at the big time by auditioning on 'American Idol.' If you are curious to know more about the contestant, keep reading.
Who is Allegra Miles?
Allegra Miles is a 19-ear-old young star who is one of the new 'American Idol' Season 20 contestants. As mentioned before, this isn't her first time singing on television. Allegra has appeared on 'The Voice' Season 18 on NBC. Allegra had successfully made her way to the Top 9 before she was voted out. After leaving 'The Voice,' Allegra continued to pursue her passion and released four singles, including 'Eyes', 'Lonely', 'Ecstasy', and 'Lies.'
In 'The Voice, ' while making it top 9, she sang 'How Will I know' by Whitney Houston, 'Chandelier' by Sia, 'New York State of Mind' by Billy Joel, 'Overjoyed' by Stevie Wonder and 'In My Blood' by Shawn Mendes. Allegra's song titled 'Lies' is about a girl being catfished by a predator and being led into an abusive and manipulative relationship. She revealed that this is something that happened to her in real life on her Instagram account.
She captioned the Instagram post by saying, "2021 for me was a lot of necessary healing - emotionally, spiritually, and physically. the past 2 years have been really hard for me, aside from everything happening in the world. it’s hard to articulate trauma in an instagram post, but all i know is that right now, after everything, i am so grateful to be alive."