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Later, he told them he preferred to be called Ace, and the quotes were removed from his credits.
On April 4, the fourth week of the finals, was a designated country songs theme with Kenny Rogers.
Young auditioned for American Idol in Denver, wearing a tuque beanie and singing a rendition of Westlife's "Swear It Again" and was unanimously passed on to the next round.
American Idol judges Paula Abdul and Randy Jackson approved his entry, with Jackson noting that Young was one of the best singers he had seen audition.
Simon Cowell disagreed with Abdul and Jackson but also approved Young, with a small "yes".
His first published song, "Reason I Live" was featured in the 2000 film The Little Vampire.
Young sang "Tonight I Wanna Cry," and received fairly positive reviews.
Jackson said it was living proof that Young was single, and Abdul said the song was perfect for his range and that he sang an adequate rendition of a contemporary country music hit. Kenny Rogers also gave him very positive reviews, and later Young said he got the best advice from Rogers.
On April 18, the sixth week of the finals, was songs from the Great American Songbook week with Rod Stewart.
He sang "That's All." For this performance, Young had his hair tied back and was dressed up in a Mc Queen designer suit.