Church janitor Jeremiah Lloyd Harmon breaks away from ‘gloomy’ home life, shines during ‘American Idol’ Hollywood week [Watch]

Jeremiah Lloyd Harmon returned to the “American Idol” stage during Monday’s episode of Hollywood week and floored judges Katy Perry, Lionel Richie and Luke Bryan with his haunting rendition of Roberta Flack‘s “The First Time I Ever Saw Your Face.” Because this church janitor’s family doesn’t support his being gay, Jeremiah admitted to mentor Bobby Bones that his home life felt “gloomy,” which is why it was so “good” being in Hollywood for the second stage of the reality TV competition. Watch Jeremiah’s latest performance video above.

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With his family staying put back home, Jeremiah revealed, “It’s freeing in a way because this gives me the platform to just process a lot that’s happening. Music’s like my way of doing that.” Jeremiah’s boyfriend John, also a musician,
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