"American Idol" season 10 finalist Haley Reinhart is the latest casualty of a major label deal cut short.
Interscope Records, the Universal Music Group label with exclusive rights to alumni of the Fox show, is not picking up the 22-year-old singer's option for future recordings, a source close to the situation tells The Hollywood Reporter. Neither a record company spokesman nor representatives from 19 Entertainment would confirm the news.
After coming in third on Idol in 2011, behind runner-up Lauren Alaina and winner Scotty McCreery, Reinhart released her debut album, "Listen Up!," in May 2012. It sold 20,000 units the first week, good for the No. 17 spot on the Billboard 200, but failed to pick up much momentum, moving a total of 59,000 copies to date, according to Nielsen SoundScan.