American Idol is an annual series that is ongoing, One of the contestant is Hunter Girl, who is one of three platinum tickets holder of season 20 of the American Idol.
Hunter Girl is making a name for herself now, as she is now the topic on the lips of many with a thrilling performance of one of Carrie Underwood’s biggest hits, “Undo It,” and fans are eager to know her real name.
HunterGirl was one of just three Platinum Ticket winners for season 20 of American Idol, and she’s the most likely to make it to the finale, as she’s a clear favorite in the competition for the show’s fifth season on ABC.
The spotlight was on her after her show-stopping performance of Carrie Underwood’s biggest hit, “Undo It” and ultimately earned enough votes to secure a spot in the Top 3 alongside Noah Thompson and Leah Marlene. The trio will advance to the finale, which will air on Sunday, May 22.
Carrie Underwood, who won the fourth season, but Gabby Barrett, who finished third in season one on ABC, is a recent addition.
Hunter Girl Real Name Revealed
Hunter Girl’s real name is known to be Hunter Wolkonowski. She is one of the platinum ticket holders for this season of American Idol.
The Platinum ticket recipient sang songs by Fleetwood Mac, Ashley McBryde, Rascal Flatts, Miranda Lambert, Sugarland, Dolly Parton, and others.
Hunter Wolkonowski Age Revealed
Hunter Wolknowski was born in 1998, and she is presently 24 years old. She was born in Gruetli-Laager, Tennessee.
She has also won other songwriting competitions, including “Nash Next,” “Nash Songwriter Association International,” and others.
The seasoned musician and singer/songwriter also surprised the judges with her own song, “Heartbreak Down,” off her recently released EP, One Day.
Hunter Wolkonowski was born into a military family and began performing in her grandfather’s church at the age of three.
She began writing songs at the age of nine, and at the age of eleven, she relocated to Winchester, Tennessee, where she competed in local singing competitions and began performing at her local church.
She earned her bachelor’s degree in Recording Industry and Music Business from Middle Tennessee State University’s Music Business School.