Stephanie Edwards

Stephanie Edwards

About Stephanie Edwards

Stephanie Edwards (born November 5, 1987) is an American singer and was the eleventh-place finalist on sixth season of American Idol. She is from Savannah, Georgia and first began singing around the age of two or three. After graduating from Windsor Forest High School, Edwards pursued vocal instruction for a month and then went on to appear at the Apollo Theatre in New York when she competed in 'It's Showtime at the Apollo'. Prior to American Idol, she had won most singing contests she had entered, including 'Savannah Star' in 2005. Edwards first auditioned for the reality show, American Idol, in Memphis, Tennessee. She is the only one of the top 12 contestants on Idol not presented in the TV tryouts preceding the naming of the top 24 semi-finalists. During the initial broadcast for the Top 24, Edwards was praised for her rendition of How Come U Don't Call Me Anymore, by Prince.