American idol Wyatt Pike dropped out of American idol unexpectedly.
Host Ryan Seacrest announced the development during Monday’s episode.
“Before we get to the results, I have to tell you that finalist Wyatt Pike will not be competing in the race,” Seacrest said. He should have left, but we wish him the best.
A representative of the show told People that Pike “cannot continue for personal reasons.”
The independent contact ABC, which broadcasts the program, for more information.
Pike, 19, of Park City, Utah, appeared as the show̵
“You have a stage style that we love to watch,” Judge Lionel Richie told him recently after covering Kings Of Leon’s “Use Somebody.” “And to watch you take that song and turn it into your song – you’re on your way to something big, my friend.”
Luke Brian, also a judge on the show, told Pike on the same occasion: “One of the greatest things that has happened to me is the day I realized that I would be able to play music forever, under any circumstances. And I’m telling you, Wyatt, you’ll be able to play music for the rest of your life. “
Pike’s Instagram account has already received many comments from fans who are wondering what made him leave the show, and yet promises to support his career in the future.