Katy Perry Has the Hots for 'Idol' Contestant Trevor Holmes!


An audition for American Idol is one thing, but getting your first kiss from Katy Perry already makes you a victor.

Glaze made his way over the the judge's panel and went in for a kiss on the cheek that just wasn't up to Perry's standards. "I can't kiss a girl without being in a relationship".

Young Zach D'Onofrio may not sound like it when he speaks, but he's got a Sinatra-style singing voice that had judge Katy Perry dancing with him-and judges Luke Bryan and Lionel Richie dancing with each other!

Perry immediately replied, "Come here, Benjamin".

Glaze had to request some water to recover his composure enough to sing his audition number, an acoustic rendition of Nick Jonas' "Levels".

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If you're totally off from what other people suggest in past edits, it might be harder for your contributions to be considered. Line-In will also keep track of users' past edits, and includes "a number or surveys to test a submitter's music knowledge".

Benjamin started his performance a bit flustered by the unplanned kiss, and all three judges declined to send him to Hollywood.

"Don't call me ma'am!" exclaimed Perry, to which Holmes explained, "I'm sorry, I respect you so much". I think you're really sweet, but truthfully, there are just some people that are outsinging you right now, and so I don't think it'd be fair to put you in that kind of competition.

The AP notes that Nielsen said the turnout for the "Idol" premiere "represented ABC's biggest Sunday night audience with regular series programming since 2012".

The show was the most-viewed program of the night, earning a 2.3 rating in the crucial category of 18-49-year-olds and outpacing ABC's projection in that age bracket.