Her second number one came later that year when she simultaneously topped five Billboard charts with her friend and former classmate Kane Brown on their duet "What Ifs". Her first public performances followed with a kids choir and an annual vacation spot that offered karaoke.She sang in church, restaurants, family holiday gatherings and anywhere within a 30-mile radius of where she lived.On May 25, 2011, Alaina was declared the runner-up.Following Idol, Alaina was signed to Interscope Records, Mercury Nashville and 19 Recordings. The song entered the Billboard Hot Country Songs chart at forty-nine To promote her album, Alaina made numerous television and radio appearances.Past comments still remain however and you can still continue to post comments by using a nickname.
She traveled to Orlando, Florida, when she was ten to compete in the American Model and Talent Competition. Alaina sang with the Georgia Country Gospel Music Association's children's group.
She performed her single "Georgia Peaches" on Good Morning America, Live with Regis and Kelly and The Ellen De Generes Show.
On October 22, 2011, Alaina performed at Opry Goes Pink, a benefit concert at the Grand Ole Opry for Women for the Cure.
In September and October 2016, Alaina filmed her very first movie The Road Less Traveled, which took place in Knoxville, Tennessee.
"I had an eating disorder for like four years, and I was just lost," she says of her battle with bulimia.