Don’t assume all aspiring singer gets an opportunity to help to make it to the hard Hollywood rounds of American Idol, but Nicholas Pedro did — double. The Taunton, MA, indigenous managed to get to Hollywood in 2006, but fallen from the competition after he forgot lyrics to a music. After almost a year of soul-searching, the 25-year-old made a decision to audition for the show’s 6th time of year in 2007. He made an appearance at the brand new York audition rounds where he sang “Take flight Me towards the Moon,” that was received favorably from the judges, who delivered him to Hollywood. This time around, he kept in mind his words through the grueling Hollywood rounds, and managed to get into the last 12 men. In the initial week of competition, he sang Richard Marx’s “Today and Forever,” that was not really well received with the judges, however America voted him to another week. In the next week, he came back towards the jazzy noises that brought him to California by performing Peggy Lee’s “Fever.” It had been praised by Randy Jackson, Paula Abdul, and Simon Cowell to be better and livelier than his prior functionality, but that wasn’t more than enough to save lots of Pedro: America voted him off that week.