Sisqó Represented Maryland on American Song Contest

Sisqó took to the American Song Contest stage—with nary a thong in sight.

The Grammy-nominated “Thong Song” singer represented his home state of Maryland on the April 18 episode of the nationwide singing competition show.

Before Sisqó and 10 other new performers could take to the stage, three artists from last week earned automatic semifinal berths. Following in the footsteps of Washington’s Allen Stone, who won the automatic jury vote, Massachusetts’ Jared Lee, Georgia’s Stela Cole and New Hampshire’s MARi booked their tickets in the next round.

The results meant EDM legend The Crystal Method failed to earn a trip the semifinals, which begin April 25. 

With his two kids in the crowd, Sisqó performed his new, original song “It’s Up.” Flanked by dancers and a whole lotta pyro, the 43-year-old didn’t look like he had missed a step while performing with his signature dragon microphone.

When it came time for the jury selection, however, it was Michigan’s 17-year-old Ada LeAnn who moved directly into the semifinals. The youngest performer in the entire competition, Ada performed her song “Natalie” and credited Olivia Rodrigo and Billie Eilish as songwriting inspirations.

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