Phillip Phillips is an American singer who rose to fame as the 11th winner of FOX's American Idol reality singing competition.
Before being chosen as an American Idol contestant, Phillips worked at his family's pawn shop.
His performances on the show were marked by the southern flavor and country western style of many of his song selections, while he showed a wide range of influences, including singers such as Stevie Wonder and genres such as soul and jazz, in addition to his country origins.
Phillips was pitted against Jessica Sanchez towards the end of the 11th season of American Idol, as is customary, and viewers were asked to vote for their preference.
It was a close battle, and the two artists garnered a combined total of 132 million votes, which set a new record. While Phillips has a long path ahead of him, his skill and effortless charisma will undoubtedly lead to a long career in music, something many young singers aspire to.
His career as a singer brings him a great income for now.
Phillip Phillips' net worth is currently estimated at $3.8 million.
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Phillip Phillips is married to Hannah Blackwell since 2015. The couple has a children.
Phillip Phillips with his wife
Phillip Phillips with his son and wife
Phillip Phillips’ father is Phillip Phillips, Sr.
Phillip Phillips’ mother is Sheryl Phillips.
Phillip Phillips with his father
Siblings: Phillip Philips has two sisters LaDonna Urick and Lacey Neil.
Phillip Phillips with his sisters
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"Hold on to me as we go, as we roll down this unfamiliar road. And although this wave is stringing us along, just know you're not alone, 'cause I'm gonna make this place your home."
"I didn't even want to sing, honestly. I started thinking about how long the journey was, how far all of us had come - me and Jessica Sanchez, Hollie Cavanagh and Josh Ledet and everybody. It's insane, man. It's not as easy as you think."
"I've just been recording mostly acoustic stuff, drums, and sax, and electric guitar. I'm just still writing songs and what not."
"I'd rather sell 10,000 records that represent me than 2 million that don't represent me at all."
"I get scared as crap to perform but I push myself to do it. I don't know what I would be doing without it."
"Just know you're not alone, 'cause I'm gonna make this place your home."