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VIDEO: Constantine Maroulis Performs Queen, Frank Sinatra Classics on AMERICAN IDOL

On last night's AMERICAN IDOL, Season four contestant turned Broadway star CONSTANTINE Maroulis returned to the Idol stage to perform a reprise of one of his most memorable performances of the singing competition - Queen's "Bohemian Rhapsody." Below, watch the ROCK OF AGES star perform the song as a duet with Season 15 contestant Shelbie Zora and his duet with contestant Jenn Blosil of the Frank Sinatra classic, "My Funny Valentine."

CONSTANTINE Maroulis received a Best Actor Tony nomination and a Drama League Award nomination for his performance in Broadway's Rock of Ages. He made his Broadway debut in the Tony-Nominated production of The Wedding Singer and most recently starred in the dual title role of the first Broadway revival of Jekyll & Hyde and its National Tour, for which he received a Drama League Award Nomination for Distinguished Performance.

Additional theater credits include Roger in the national tour of RENT and the critically acclaimed Off-Broadway production ofJacques Brel is Alive and Well and Living in Paris. CONSTANTINE was a finalist on the fourth season of "American Idol" and later a series regular on the CBS daytime drama The Bold and The Beautiful, which featured original songs from his debut album "Constantine," released on his own label, Sixth Place Records.

Other television credits include Unforgettable, Law & Order, The Tonight Show, America's Got Talent, Dancing with the Stars, The Today Show, Good Morning America, Conan, Ellen, Regis & Kelly, MTV and many more. Between theater and television appearances, CONSTANTINE continues to hit the studio to record new music on his label and tours as a guest star with the popular band Jessie's Girl, playing sold out concerts across the northeast.CONSTANTINE graduated from the Boston Conservatory and apprenticed at The Williamstown Theatre Festival.

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