'American Idol' Tour: Final Curtain Call Features Group Singalongs, Booty-Shaking Party Rock (Video)
The singers took their final bow Tuesday night in Milwaukee, and the season 11 cast celebrated in style.
It was a fitting finale for the season 11 American Idol Live tour, as the entire cast joined winner Phillip Phillips for an uplifting take on his hit song, "Home."
Throughout the tour, Phillips typically was backed by Deandre Brackensick and Colton Dixon, but Tuesday's performance included the Top 9 joining in on the chorus.
"Last U.S. Show tonight....bittersweet," tweeted the modest Phillips after the show. "Love all the idols. Thanks everyone for the support for all of us."
The show also unveiled the Leesburg, Ga., singer-songwriter's hidden talent: booty-shaking dance moves. Phillips, who usually makes his first onstage appearance belting Stevie Wonder's "Superstition" for the final act, surprised fans with his hip-hop moves as he joined Heejun Han, Jessica Sanchez and Brackensick for the LMFAO dance hit, "Party Rock Anthem."
And while the show marked the end of the North American tour for the group, their journey is not yet over. The top 10 head over to the Philippines -- where fans are preparing a hero's welcome for Sanchez -- on Sept. 21.
Watch the Top 10's performance of "Home" and some tour video of the girls' giddy balloon fest on their bus below:
What's Hot In Music
Follow Idol Worship
- Kylie Jenner's Rumored New Man, PartyNextDoor, Is Already Singing Songs About Her
- 'Alice Through The Looking Glass' Is No Match For 'X-Men: Apocalypse' At Weekend Box Office
- Melissa McCarthy Really Hopes The 'Ghostbusters' Haters 'Find A Friend'
- Ciara And Russell Wilson's Latest Vacation Is An Adorable Family Affair
- Listen to a Soulful, Previously Unreleased Track From Chance the Rapper and Donnie Trumpet
- Moviegoers Don't Follow Alice Down the Rabbit Hole While X-Men: Apocalypse Does Damage at the Box Office
- John Carpenter Has Some Choice Words About Friday The 13th, Specifically, 'It Just Doesn't Rise Above Its Cheapness'
- Jesse Eisenberg Discusses Lex Luthor's Return in Justice League, Risks Being 'Picked Off' By DC's Killer Drones