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Piano sheets artist Chris Medina
Christopher Edward "Chris" Medina is an American singer born in Chicago, Illinois. Medina is most notable as a former Idol contestant during the tenth season of American Idol. He released a single called "What Are Words" on February 25, 2011, the day after his elimination. His single went to #1 in Norway and Sweden and spent 19 weeks at number 1 combined. 11 in Norway and 8 in Sweden.
He made it to the top 40 out of 327 contestants. The song is about his fiancée, Juliana Ramos, who suffered a brain injury as the result of a car accident on October 2, 2009. The song debuted at #22 on the Heatseekers Songs chart, and then reached #83 on the Billboard Hot 100. It has since sold 105,000 copies. He performed the ballad on The Tonight Show with Jay Leno on February 28, 2011 and on Good Morning America on March 4, 2011. On March 12, 2013 Chris signed a contract that would lead to a major motion picture titled What Are Words? realeasing in 2014.
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