Lancaster ballet dancer Skyler Maxi-Wert, who recently showed the world that she also knows how to sing, was eliminated during Hollywood Week on “American Idol”, according to a message on social networks.
But the retirement of Maxie Wert, which has not been televised, will not be the last time you hear him sing.
Maxie-Wert recently posted on Facebook about his path to the show.
“I went into this experience openly and wholeheartedly, and I feel like I got everything I was looking for, and more,” Maxie-Wert said in a Facebook post. “Being part of American Idol has given me new self-confidence as a singer and artist, which is an invaluable gift, and for that I am eternally grateful!”
“American Idol” featured the premiere of the episode “Hollywood Week: Duets” on Sunday night. Maxie Wert said on Instagram that he sang Gotye’s performance of “Somebody That I Used To Know” with singer Max Embers.
Maxi-Wert confirmed to LNP | LancasterOnline that his liquidation has not been broadcast and will not be televised.
Maxi Wert was originally auditioned for “American Idol” after the idea was suggested by Incubus singer Brandon Boyd.
Boyd’s girlfriend, Sarah Hay, was a dancer with Maxi Wert at the Semperper Ballet in Dresden, Germany. Ever since they were linked, Boyd has become a kind of Maxi Vert teacher, he said in a previous interview with LNP | LancasterOnline.
His audition drew applause from Judges Lionel Richie, Katy Perry and Luke Brian.
Maxi Wert grew up in Lancaster, the son of Will Maxi and Heidi Wert.
Tonight, Monday, April 4, at 20:00 on ABC TV will be another series of “American Idol”. It will also be broadcast on Hulu.