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Confirmed: ‘American Idol 12′ Winner Will Release Album SIX WEEKS After Finale

FOX obviously needs to catch the dying embers of American Idol Season 12 and has decided to release the winner’s album six weeks after she is crowned. Angie Miller confirmed this with Wetpaint last night.

I’m so shocked. I did not realize how FOX is in this deep of a panic over this season.

But not to worry… Amber was phenomenal last night!

From Wetpaint:

We have exciting news to share on some hot American Idol spoilers about what will happen with the season 12 winner after the show ends! American Idol 2013 Top 4 finalist Angie Miller has confirmed the winner this season will be releasing an album just six weeks after the finale. Now that’s striking while the iron is hot!

In an exclusive interview with Wetpaint during rehearsals this week, Angela Miller told us her contingency plan if she doesn’t win this season and confirmed the American Idol 2013 spoilers going around that this year’s winner will be recording their debut album immediately after the season ends.

More details at Wetpaint

American Idol 12 Winner Will Release Album SIX WEEKS After Finale

American Idol 12 Winner Will Release Album SIX WEEKS After Finale

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    6 comments
    darahmude
    darahmude

    If angie do not win the competition, she still will have a record deal, and she will beat the winner album selling.

    khaleesi
    khaleesi

    i think they shd really be doing this..waiting for a year to release an album spells disaster..see what happened to The Voice and X Factor winners, viewers completely forget abt them afterwards..they quickly become irrelevant..so releasing an album sooner is a no brainer..

    drufyre
    drufyre

    They can do a soulless album of uninspired covers and cast off songs, a la X-Factor UK.  But sooner.  

    IdleTime
    IdleTime

    I don't think it's about panic.  Releasing a better selling album has little to do with AI's ratings for next year.  Two different issues.  I always thought that the 5 month wait for a winner's album is too long.  We have 3 major singing competitions competing for the audience's attention now.

    Obviously, it's going to be a generic album, but 5 month wait hasn't really helped much either in that department.  And if they sell well in their first album, their second album would be more likely to happen than if they flop in their first (ala DeWyze)