‘American Idol’ alum Camile Velasco shows viewers you how to do the Jerk to the Hawaii Popeyes Remix of the New Boyz hit single ‘You’re A Jerk’. Watch the “Mahalo Back” Free Chicken TV Spot via YouTube below.
Camile Velasco’s latest episode of CamileTV features the ‘American Idol’ season three finalist covering Amy Winehouse’s single ‘You Know I’m No Good’ on her YouTube channel. Watch it via YouTube below.
Camile Velasco posted footage of her acoustic performance of ‘Ready Or Not’ by The Fugees, a track the singer performed for her ‘American Idol’ audition during the show’s third season. Watch it via YouTube below.
Camile Velasco’s CamileTV episode 13 features the ‘American Idol’ season three finalist singing a cover of the Colby Odonis song ‘What You Got’. Watch the performance via YouTube below.
‘American Idol’ season three finalist Camile Velasco posted a cover of Extreme’s ‘More Than Words’, the first clip of Camile playing guitar. She said, “I’m not trying to claim I’m pro at the guitar but I thought it’d be fun since my guitarist couldn’t make it for this episode.”
“You’re probably wondering why I’m sitting here with this guitar,” she says introducing the video. “Unfortunately, my anonymous guitarist couldn’t be with me today, so I’m going to attempt to play a song on the guitar. This is probably the only song I know as of right now, so laugh at me but I’ll promise I’ll learn more songs on guitar and piano for the next blogs to come so check it out.”
Watch it via YouTube below.
Ousted ‘American Idol’ Camile Velasco took part in a Q&A with TV Guide Online and was asked what she thought of Simon Cowell’s suggestion that some of them take singing lessons. “Definitely. I definitely agree with what Simon has to say,” Velasco said. “There’s always room for improvement. I felt that I did my best, and I didn’t agree with some of the things he would say about me. He would say I was nervous. And I wanted to tell him I’m not nervous, but I was too ashamed to say something back. But he is a professional who’s been in the business longer than I’ve been breathing, so I respect him.”