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He came to national recognition upon appearing on the fifth season of the popular reality television talent show, American Idol, although he was eliminated from the competition on April 19, 2006, finishing in seventh place.On May 12, 2008 Ace appeared on FOX's hit show Bones alongside season six American Idol Contestant, Brandon Rogers.On April 4, the fourth week of the finals, was a designated country songs theme with Kenny Rogers.Young sang "Tonight I Wanna Cry," and received fairly positive reviews.He was introduced as Brett Young, with the name 'Ace' marked in quotations.Later, he told them he preferred to be called Ace, and the quotes were removed from his credits.He was named one of People Magazine's "Hottest Bachelors" on June 16, 2006.On October 20, 2006 , he released his first single "Scattered," with help from friend Elvio Fernandes, a musician in Rochester, NY. Young helped write the chorus to Daughtry's debut single, "It's Not Over." Young appeared and sang on the 2006 Walt Disney Christmas Day Parade along with fellow idol finalists Paris Bennett, Kevin Covais, and Mandisa.
Simon Cowell disagreed with Abdul and Jackson but also approved Young, with a small "yes".
Young, who is of German and Irish descent, was raised in Denver, Colorado, growing up in the same Boulder neighborhood as actress Jessica Biel and American Idol Season 2 contestant Samantha Cohen.
He is the fifth and last son of Jay Young, a retired minor-league baseball player, and Kay Whitney, a cosmetologist and member of the Mormon Church (although Young himself is not a member of the Mormon religion, but rather a non-denominational Christian).
He sang "That's All." For this performance, Young had his hair tied back and was dressed up in a Mc Queen designer suit.
Jackson commented that Young stumbled in the middle, but did well overall.