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Missed Gabby Barrett's performances on 'American Idol'? Find them all here

| Wednesday, April 11, 2018, 1:54 p.m.
Gabby Barrett during the solo round on 'American Idol'
Gabby Barrett during the solo round on 'American Idol'
A billboard to support Gabby Barrett was purchased near the Waterfront in Homestead.
A billboard to support Gabby Barrett was purchased near the Waterfront in Homestead.

Gabby Barrett of Munhall is making a splash on ABC's "American Idol." She's made it to the Top 14 and will perform live before judges Lionel Ritchie, Luke Bryan and Katy Perry on April 22.

If you haven't been able to catch the 17-year-old, big-voiced country singer's performances, we're here to help.

Barrett's performances have aired on five different nights of the show, starting March 25.

Check out videos from the show below:

Nashville audition for judges, aired March 25

Hollywood week solo performance, aired April 1

Final judgment performance for Hollywood Week, aired April 2

Solo performance, aired April 8

Duet with Jennifer Nettles, aired April 9

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