Meet the finalists from 'American Idol' Season 20

The 20th season of "American Idol" has already seen incredible performances from talented vocalists.

Check out the singers who've advanced to the top 14 and will compete for America's votes, including high school student Emyrson Flora, who's been called "a superstar in the making" by judge Luke Bryan.

Emyrson Flora

High school student Tristen Gressett, 17, made it to the top 14 after wowing the judges with with an electric performance of “Are You Gonna Go My Way?” by Lenny Kravitz.

Tristen Gressett

Kitchen worker Christian Guardino, 22, whipped up a soulful rendition of John Lennon’s “Imagine,” which brought judge Katy Perry to tears and secured his place in the top 14.

Christian Guardino

Fritz Hager, 22, strummed his way to the top 14 with a searing acoustic rendition of Billie Eilish’s “when the party’s over.” 

Fritz Hager

Singer-songwriter HunterGirl, 23, found herself in the top 14 after a performance of her original song “Heartbreak Down” won the hearts (and votes) of America.

HunterGirl

While medical receptionist Jay may have nabbed a platinum ticket during his audition, the 23-year-old fought his way into the top 14 with a passionate performance of “Believer” by Imagine Dragons.

Jay

Musician Lady K, 25, slid into the top 14 after serving up an explosive performance of Rihanna’s “Love on the Brain.”

Lady K

Musician Leah Marlene, 20, catapulted herself to the top 14 with a cathartic performance of Tom Odell's “Heal.” 

Leah Marlene

Land surveyor Dan Marshall, 24, sailed into the top 14 with a feel-good performance of Garth Brooks' "Friends in Low Places."

Dan Marshall

College student Ava Maybee, 21, nabbed her spot in the top 14 with a stirring performance of the Demi Lovato power ballad “Anyone,” which earned her a standing ovation from the judges.

Ava Maybee

Musician Allegra Miles, 19, saved herself from elimination and secured a spot in the top 14 with a soaring performance of her original song "Tainted." 

Allegra Miles

College student Nicolina, 18, earned a spot in the top 14 on the strength of her haunting performance of “Edge of Seventeen” by Stevie Nicks on April 17.

Nicolina

Carpenter Mike Parker may not have won America's vote for the top 14, but the judges saved the country crooner after the 27-year-old blazed the “Idol” stage with a white-hot performance of “Bed on Fire” by Teddy Swims.

Mike Parker

Noah Thompson's raw emotional delivery helped him make it to the top 14, with the 19-year-old construction worker offering a moving performance of “Falling” by Harry Styles.

Noah Thompson