Jermaine Jones, American Singing Reality Show, American Idol season 11 contestant

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Jermaine Jones

Jermaine Jones was born on November 18, 1986, in Katrice Cornett, is from Pine Hill, New Jersey. He auditioned in Portland, Oregon. He attended Overbrook High School. Before Idol, he worked as a vocal instructor at Highest Praise Performing Arts Center. Jones was not originally chosen for the semi-finals, but he was called back after the top 24 selection filming, making him the 25th semi-finalist and thirteenth male semi-finalist. Standing 6 feet 8 and a half inches tall, he was dubbed "The Gentle Giant" on the show. His musical influences are his mother and John Legend. On March 13, 2012, he was disqualified for concealing arrests and outstanding warrants. He is the second American Idol contestant to be disqualified during the finals, as Corey Clark was disqualified in the second season, and he came in twelfth place.


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