Casey Bishop Biography – Casey Bishop Wiki
Casey Bishop is an American singer. She came to the spotlight after competing in ABC’s American Idol, season 19. The 19th season which was premiered on February 2021 on ABC. The American Idol show is aired on Sundays at 8 p.m. ET/PT on ABC. Casey auditioned in Ojai, California. She sang “Livewire” by Motley Crue. All three judges voted “yes”, sending Casey to the next round. She started singing at her early age although she first performed at the ABC’s American Idol, season 19. Casey also plays guitar.
During the Hollywood Round, Casey was shown in the “Rock” category of the Genre Challenge, alongside Beane, Christian Terry, and Althea Grace. In the Showstoppers Round, she sang “She Talks to Angels” by The Black Crowes. During the Final Judgment, Casey was called up alongside Alanis Sophia. Later during the Final Judgment, the judges told them that both contestants did enough to become a Top 24 semifinalist.
Recently, contestants Arthur Gunn and Hunter Metts were eliminated from the show. Casey Bishop, Chayce Beckham, Willie Spence, Caleb Kennedy, and Grace Kinstler remained as the top five of the 19th season. Casey attended the Three Oaks Elementary School in Florida. She later joined Cypress Lake High School at The Center for Arts as of 2021. Casey is from Estero, Florida, United States.
Casey Bishop Age
She was born in February 2005, in Estero, Florida, United States. Casey is 16 years old as of 2021.
Casey Bishop Parents
She is the daughter of Danielle Davis(mother). Casey’s father is unclear. Her mother is a Food and Beverage Manager at Old Corkscrew Golf Club. Her dad is a golfer.
Casey Bishop Height
She stands at a height of 5 feet and 7 inches (1.70 m) tall.
Casey Bishop Net Worth
Casey Bishop’s net worth is unclear.