Christian singer Megan Danielle wins 2nd place in 'American Idol' season finale

Megan Danielle
"American Idol" contestant Megan Danielle sings "Thank God I Do" in an episode that aired April 24, 2023. |

Christian singer Megan Danielle of Georgia came in second place for season 21 of the popular singing competition television program "American Idol." 

In a three-hour season finale Sunday night, the 21-year-old Danielle won second place, while 18-year-old Hawaii native Iam Tongi was announced as the victor, receiving a recording contract and a $250,000 cash prize.  

Tongi seemed to be a favorite among the judges after he sang James Blunt’s song “Monsters” as a tribute to his father, who died in December 2021. In the season finale, Blunt and Tongi sang “Monsters” together. Both men’s fathers suffered from kidney failure.

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