Rare At-Home Video of Emily Brooke Watching Herself on “American Idol” for the First Time


Emily Brooke will be making her return to American Idol tonight during its Season 15 premiere. Last year, Emily wow’ed judges Keith Urban, Jennifer Lopez, and Harry Connick, Jr. with her rendition of Carrie Underwood‘s “Blown Away“, and this year we expect nothing less from the South Florida native.

I was lucky enough to spend the special evening with Emily last year as her friends and family watched the superstar in the making win the hearts of America. Of course, with media on the brain, I captured this candid video of Emily watching herself audition, relive her moments in front of the judges, and hear, for the first time, what the panel said about her when she left the room with a coveted golden ticket.

Watch the at-home video here and prepare to see Emily Brooke win America over again this season while also conquering American Idol!

Good luck, Emily! I love you!

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