Jessica Sanchez might’ve lost to Phillip Phillips in “American Idol” but she is already in talks with Tommy Mottola to work on her new album.
Mottola is an ex Sony Music Entertainment Executive. He is now a co-owner of Casablanca Records which is a joint venture with Universal Music Group.
His wife, superstar actress and singer, Thalia posted a message on twitter saying Mottola is now ready to work with Jessica on her music career.
Mottola has worked with many successful heavyweight singers in the past like Gloria Estefan, Mariah Carey and “American Idol” judge Jennifer Lopez is keen to launch
Jessica’s singing career.
uring the finals, Sanchez gave the performance of her life to wow the audience with her spectacular range which left the audience speechless.
All of 16 years, the diminutive singer sang,” And I’m telling You I’m Not Going” with Grammy decorated singer Jennifer Holliday to show once again why she deserved to be in the top 2 in “American Idol.”
Both dug deep to show their full lung capacity and hit high notes which made Jennifer Lopez jump in excitement and cheered them loudly.
Sanchez also added a bit of nostalgia when she sang the late Whitney Houston’s, “I Will Always Love You” in a flowing blue gown.
Sanchez and Wisin Yandel the, teamed together to perform, “Follow the Leader.” Jennifer Lopez reminded the audience of her urban grinding and bumping days when she took to the stage in baggy pants, sneakers and tank tops. She also flaunted her rock solid ABS.
Wisin Yandel made an impressive entry on the stage on flying poles even as background dancers performed some impressive acrobatics bouncing around the walls to the beat.
Phillips and Sanchez seized the opportunity to thank their lifelong mentors. They also revealed that both of them had got brand new cars courtesy Ford.
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