David archuleta dating jennette mccurdy

"Los Angeles Times" columnist Ann Powers speculated that he wanted to avoid singing "no religion too" because of his faith.

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In October 2010, he released a third album, The Other Side of Down, featuring lead single "Something 'Bout Love".

On March 28, 2012, Archuleta left on a two-year hiatus to be a missionary of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints in Chile, but stated that he will continue his music career after that.

In March 2012, Archuleta released his fourth album, "Forevermore", exclusively in the Philippines.

This was his first Original Pilipino Music album, composed of several covers of Filipino songs.

The album was certified gold in the Philippines (10,000 units) as of June 2012.

Archuleta was born on December 28, 1990, in Miami, to Guadalupe Mayorga, a salsa singer and dancer, and Jeff Archuleta, a jazz musician.

However, he did sing the entire song on "Good Things Utah" when he was 13.

Asked by judge Randy Jackson why he didn't sing the first verse, Archuleta said the third verse was his favorite because it has "a great message." After his performance of "We Can Work It Out," which judge Simon Cowell called "a mess," "Entertainment Tonight" reported that Archuleta was feeling pressure from his father, Jeff, who "reportedly yelled at" his son after a recording session the previous night.

Archuleta's acting debut was when he appeared as himself on Nickelodeon's show i Carly, in "i Rocked the Vote". He made a special guest appearance in Season 3 of the Disney Channel show Hannah Montana in the episode "Promma Mia" as himself, and he sang a duet ("I Wanna Know You") with Miley Cyrus, who played the title character.

The song was featured on the soundtrack Hannah Montana 3 and also appeared later on the compilation Best of Hannah Montana.

Archuleta received his ticket to the Hollywood auditions at the San Diego tryouts – held at Qualcomm Stadium at the end of July 2007 – with a performance of John Mayer's "Waiting on the World to Change" with judge Randy Jackson spontaneously joining in to sing the background "waiting" in the song.

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