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The song was featured on the soundtrack Hannah Montana 3 and also appeared later on the compilation Best of Hannah Montana.
On May 16, 2009, Archuleta and David Cook performed in the Mall of Asia: Concert Grounds for their Back-to-Back Concert in Manila, Philippines.
During the Top 7 results show, the contestants were split into two groups.
In one group was Syesha Mercado, Brooke White, and Kristy Lee Cook.
In May, Archuleta and fellow American Idol David Cook visited the Philippines.
Two days later he made live appearances on two of GMA-7's shows, Sis and Eat Bulaga! He also confirmed that month that he was working on two new albums, his sophomore pop album and a Christmas album.
"As a Mormon, he's unlikely to espouse the song's agnostic ideal," she wrote.
Since the release of his debut album, Archuleta has released three new songs: "Let's Talk About Love (The Build-A-Bear theme song)", "Save the Day (released only in Japan as a bonus track in his album)", and "Zero Gravity".
Archuleta's competing on "Star Search" was preceded by an appearance on "The Jenny Jones Show," meeting the finalists from "American Idol"'s first season, for whom he performed a spontaneous a cappella rendition of "And I Am Telling You I'm Not Going" from "Dreamgirls." He received praise from Season 1 winner Kelly Clarkson, and the episode led to appearances on CBS's "The Early Show." The year after "Star Search," he found out he had partial vocal paralysis but declined risky surgery and has said he feels he is almost fully recovered.
Archuleta received his ticket to the Hollywood auditions at the San Diego tryouts – held at Qualcomm Stadium at the end of July 2007 – with a performance of John Mayer's "Waiting on the World to Change" with judge Randy Jackson spontaneously joining in to sing the background "waiting" in the song.
Archuleta took advantage of the decision to allow contestants to play musical instruments when he accompanied himself on piano for his performances of "Crazy," "Another Day in Paradise," and "Angels." During the 1970s themed week Archuleta sang the John Lennon song "Imagine," omitting the earlier verses in favor of the last one.
"Los Angeles Times" columnist Ann Powers speculated that he wanted to avoid singing "no religion too" because of his faith.
This was his first Original Pilipino Music album, composed of several covers of Filipino songs.