American Idol has also been a family-oriented show, and this Sunday, it showcased a special, different sort of American family story — when year-old Elizabeth Gaba showed up for her audition with both her mother and her biological egg donor. Elizabeth, who goes by the simple stage name Gaba, was conceived by anonymous egg donation, and she recently found the donor, a woman named Amy, who she now considers to be one of her closest friends. Jacob and Gary may be the only grown men around capable of hitting all the money notes in an Ariana Grande song. Alyssa — like Laine Hardy, who returned last week — was an early frontrunner last season, and she made it all the way to the top 24 on the strength of her voice.
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Although USC student Elizabeth Gaba was born and raised as a singer, little did she expect to find herself auditioning for the 17th season of "American Idol" this year. The sophomore majoring in popular music said she was motivated to try out for the singing competition television show because "as a singer, the number one thing you hear the second they [know] that you sing is 'You should audition for 'American Idol. Gaba performed "All I Ask" by Adele and said she was surprised when she was selected because she was up against competitors nationwide. However, Gaba believes she moved forward in the show due to the moving background story of how she discovered her anonymous egg donor, who happened to be a USC alumna, and reunited with her last May. Gaba said the episode she is in will air on Sunday, March When deciding which university to attend in , Gaba was drawn to USC because "pop program is unlike any other program in the world and it just seemed like exactly what I wanted to be doing with all of my time. It turned out the program was perfect for me in every single way and I just really love being apart of it. She also joined SoCal VoCals, one of the university's award-winning a cappella groups, to enjoy her free time outside of her academic work. To Gaba, getting involved in a cappella through USC and the summer program she attended has been a large impact on her singing career because it created connections and friendships that made her the person she is today. Since she didn't attend an art high school, Gaba said the only opportunities she had to sing were in choir and the annual musical.
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