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Abi Carter Takes Us Back To 2003 With Tear-Jerking Classic & “American Idol” Fans Can’t Get Enough

Abi Carter closes her eyes as she sings passionately into a mic while playing the piano

From the very moment that Abi Carter auditioned on American Idol, the judges and viewers alike could tell that her voice is special. Since that fateful day, the singer has not only won the competition, but she has also been working hard on creating new music. In the meantime, however, she can be found on social media sharing amazing covers of some of the most iconic songs of all time. One video in particular that has fans raving shows her singing My Immortal by Evanescence — with an Abi Carter twist, of course.

The singer’s most dedicated fans will likely recognize that this actually isn’t the first time Abi has performed a song by Evanescence. Once Abi made it to the Top 8 on American Idol, she delivered a haunting rendition of the band’s popular song, Bring Me to Life. With this performance, she was able to prove her ability to elevate even the most challenging songs. And with this latest Evanescence cover, she is proving that once more! See for yourself in the video below.

Emotionally heavy songs like My Immortal can be difficult to perform well, but Abi seems to do so with ease. There’s a genuine passion in her voice, and it’s leaving fans even more excited for the day she releases new music of her own.

Abi Carter’s Powerful Cover of My Immortal by Evanescence Blows Fans Away

“Literally flawless. No one deserved this more than you,” one fan shares in the comments of her video, with another making a popular request, “Plz give us your version of Evanescence on Spotify.”

“As amazing as your voice is, the piano skills are right up there too,” someone else takes note. “Your live performances once you’re touring are going to be must see events.”

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