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Cowell said, "Jordin was the most improved over the whole season – didn't start the best, but midway through this was the girl who suddenly got momentum." He included that "Young girl, likeable, and the singer won over the entertainer [Lewis]." Four selected songs Sparks had performed on American Idol, including the season's coronation song, "This Is My Now", were made available on her self-titled EP, released on May 22, 2007, the day before the grand finale.The following summer, Sparks took part in the American Idols LIVE!She was flown to California, where she was featured in numerous Torrid ads and promotional pieces.and again in Seattle after winning Arizona Idol, a talent competition conducted by Phoenix Fox station KSAZ-TV.She won an award for best young artist of the year in Arizona three years in a row.Before appearing on American Idol, Sparks participated in and won such talent competitions as Coca-Cola's Rising Star, the Gospel Music Association Academy's Overall Spotlight Award, America's Most Talented Kids, Colgate Country Showdown, and the 2006 Drug Free AZ Superstar Search.to Jodi (née Weidmann) Sparks and former professional football player Phillippi Sparks.
The release of the mixtape marks the first release under Sparks's new recording deal with Louder than Life/Red Associated Labels, a joint deal with Sony Music Entertainment.Its lead single, "Battlefield", reached number 10 on the Billboard Hot 100, making Sparks the only American Idol contestant to have her first five singles reach the top 20 on the chart. In 2009, Billboard magazine ranked her as the 91st Artist of the 2000s Decade.Following the release of Battlefield, Sparks branched out from recording music, pursuing careers in acting and Broadway, and designing perfumes.The song earned Sparks her first Grammy Award nomination for Best Pop Collaboration with Vocals. (Let the Music Play)", became Sparks's first number one on the Hot Dance Club Play chart.Sparks's second studio album, Battlefield (2009), debuted at number 7 on the Billboard 200 chart. Throughout her career, Sparks has won numerous awards, including an NAACP Image Award, a BET Award, an American Music Award, a People's Choice Award and two Teen Choice Awards.