On American Idol, twin brothers Milo and Julian Sposato performed “Run Away Baby” by Bruno Mars. The judges noted that they would have to judge them separately. The brothers also play the trumpet and saxophone. Their father Frank Blue Sposato is a composer for TV and films. When not on American Idol, or in middle school, you can catch Milo and Julian playing with their band SpoBro.
Lionel Richie said he would like to bring them in and mess the competition up. Luke Bryan said they would have fun sharing a tour bus. Katy Perry called the performance dope. The judges sent the brothers on to Hollywood. Lionel told their dad to take a victory lap.
The brothers perform together and are part of a band called SpoBro. While the brothers were talking about their chance on “American Idol,” their mother and sister sat behind the camera to show their support.
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American Idol Social Media Reactions
— djdi (@djdi) March 19, 2018
These twins have some work to do vocally or maybe just a different song choice but they have hella potential and talent. #AmericanIdol
— Stefan!e (@vmarshmallow) March 19, 2018
— Samantha Silver (@sambosilver) March 19, 2018
— Kellam Venosky (@kellamvenosky) March 19, 2018
@sposatobrothers damnnn!! wow! Holy amazing. You two are the whole package. Really attractive and you have an amazing voice can’t wait to see what Hollywood brings you guys!
— KiahnaBarthe (@Kiahna_Barthe) March 19, 2018
— AllThatJazKhan (@mileycfan4eva) March 19, 2018
Boys you are amazing yay!!! Good luck !
— danielldon (@ecoastgrls) March 19, 2018
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