"You think I'm a terrible person, don't you?" Anne asks Foster near the close of the first episode of "What/If."
Louisiana's new American Idol Laine Hardy has survived "The View."
It was a 24-hour, cross-country whirlwind for Livingston's Laine Hardy in his first day as the 17th American Idol on Monday.
Louisiana finally has its idol.
In this corner, hailing from Livingston, Louisiana, population 1,899, the bayou boy, Laine Hardy.
They came in strollers, all-terrain vehicles and wagons, and of course, cars and pickups.
The icing on Cindy Lou Hardy's Mother's Day cake would be if her son, Laine Hardy, advances to "American Idol's" top three on Sunday night.
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Livingston singer Laine Hardy is one step closer to becoming the next "American Idol," advancing to the top 5 on Sunday night's show.