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  1. Top 10 (Season 1) | American Idol Wiki | Fandom › wiki › Top_10_(Season_1)
    • Top 4
    • Top 3
    • Notes

    The theme this week was "1980s/1990s". The four contestants performed twice this week. Bottom Two: Tamyra Gray, Nikki McKibbin

    The theme this week was "Contestant's Choice/Judges' Choice". The three contestants performed twice this week. Eliminated: Nikki Mckibbin

    The Top 8 contestants sang "California Dreamin'" by The Mamas & The Papas for the results show.
    The Top 7 contestants sang "Joy to the World" by Three Dog Night for the results show.
    Christina Christian was absent for the Top 6 results show for having to go to the hospital due to stress.
    The Top 6 contestants sang "Bandstand Boogie" by Barry Manilow for the results show.
  2. American Idol - Wikipedia › wiki › American_Idol

    The thirteenth season suffered a huge decline in the 18–49 demographic, a drop of 28% from the twelfth season, and American Idol lost its Top 10 position in the Nielsen ratings by the end of the 2013–14 television season for the first time since its entry to the rankings in 2003 as a result, and never regained its Top 10 position by the ...

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    • Fox (2002–16), ABC (2018–)
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  4. Top 10 (Season 12) | American Idol Wiki | Fandom › wiki › Top_10_(Season_12)
    • Top 8
    • Top 6
    • Top 5
    • Top 4
    • Top 3
    • Season 12 Finale
    • Notes

    The theme this week was "Music of Motor City" Bottom Three: Lazaro Arbos, Devin Velez, Burnell Taylor

    The theme this week was "Burt Bacharach and Hal David/Songs They Wish They'd Written". The six contestants performed twice. Bottom 2: Amber Holcomb, Lazaro Arbos

    The theme this week was "Year They Were Born/Divas". The five contestants performed twice this week. Bottom 2: Janelle Arthur, Kree Harrison

    The theme this week was "Contestants' Choice/One-Hit Wonders". The four contestants performed twice this week.

    The theme this week was "Jimmy Iovine's Choice/Judges' Choice/Personal Choice". The three contestants performed thrice this week. Eliminated: Angie Miller

    The theme this week is "Simon Fuller's Choice/Winner's Single/Favourite Performance". The final two contestants performed three times. American Idol: Candice Glover

    Two additional contestants, Charlie Askew and Aubrey Cleland, who both placed sixth place among the boys and girls respectively the following week, each performed one song a piece during the result...
    The Top 10 group performance was "Shine Your Way" by Owl City and Yuna, as promotion for the 2013 animated film The Croods.
    Bon Jovi sang "Because We Can" and Phillip Phillipssang "Gone, Gone, Gone" during the Top 10 results show.
    The Top 9 Group Performances were "Got to Get You Into My Life" for the Boys and "Here, There and Everywhere" for the Girls.
  5. List of American Idol finalists - Wikipedia › wiki › List_of_American_Idol

    10: 13th: Karen Rodriguez: 21 New York, New York: 10: 12th: Thia Megia: 16 Mountain House, Alameda County, California: 10: 10th–11th: Naima Adedapo: 26 Milwaukee, Wisconsin: 10: 10th–11th: Pia Toscano: 22 Howard Beach, New York: 10: 9th: Paul McDonald: 26 Nashville, Tennessee: 10: 8th: Stefano Langone: 21 Kent, Washington: 10: 7th: Casey Abrams: 20 Idyllwild, California: 10: 6th: Jacob Lusk: 23

  6. American Idol (season 19) - Wikipedia › wiki › American_Idol_(season_19)
    • Auditions
    • Hollywood Week
    • Showstopper Round
    • Top 24
    • Top 16

    Due to the COVID-19 pandemic in the United States, the show offered its first ever live virtual auditions to aspiring contestants through its Idol Across America program using custom-built Zoom technology to mirror the way the audition was done in previous season but in a home environment. The remote auditions took place from August 10 to October 28, 2020, in 50 states plus Washington, D.C., as well as a number of open-call auditions, and from these the producers selected the contestants who can then audition in front of the judges. Also due to the pandemic that limited travel for the judges, the judges' auditions were held in only three locations across California: Los Angeles, San Diego, and Ojai. The judges' auditions started on October 5, 2020, with a number of health and safety protocols in place, such as separate tables for the judges and regular COVID-19testing for cast and crew.

    Hollywood Week was filmed December 7–10, 2020, at the Dolby Theatre in Los Angeles, California. The Genre and Duet Challenges return from last season. The genres for this season were Indie folk, Pop, Rock, R&B, Soul, and Country. After all the contestants in their respective groups performed, the judges brought them to the stage and made their decisions. The ones who have made it advanced to the Duet Challenge. Unlike last season where the contestants picked their duet partners, the judges picked them. The duets were given 24 hours to rehearse, including advice from one of the judges. The remaining contestants who have passed the Duet Challenge advanced to the Showstopper Round.

    The Showstopper Round aired on March 28 and 29, featuring the top sixty-four (thirty-seven aired) performing for the judges at the Dolby Theatre. The following day, the judges narrowed the number of contestants down to twenty-four in the Final Judgment. The following is a list of the contestants who performed, the song they performed at the Showstopper, and if they advanced or not. Color key:

    The Top 24 contestants were split into two groups of twelve. Pre-recorded performances of the first group aired on April 4 and the second group on April 5. After each contestant's solo, pre-recorded performances of their duets aired. Idol contestants were paired with celebrity singers as their duet partners. The artists who duetted with the first group included Jimmie Allen, Ryan Tedder, Katharine McPhee, Ben Rector, Brian McKnight, and Joss Stone. The artists who duetted with the second group included PJ Morton, Tori Kelly, Josh Groban, Jason Aldean, Jewel, and Brandon Boyd. Color key:

    The Top 16 performances were taped on April 8, 2021, and aired on Sunday, April 11, followed by the live results on Monday, April 12. Color key: 1. Guest judge: Paula Abdul

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    • Chayce Beckham
    • February 14 –, May 23, 2021
    • ABC
  7. American Idol (season 10) - Wikipedia › wiki › American_Idol_(season_10)

    The tenth season was the first season where 11 contestants went on tour instead of 10. Nine contestants from this season were signed to record labels. The signed artists are Scotty McCreery, Lauren Alaina, Haley Reinhart, James Durbin, Casey Abrams, Stefano Langone, Pia Toscano, Naima Adedapo, and Jimmie Allen.

    • January 19 –, May 25, 2011
    • Fox
  8. American Idol (season 1) - Wikipedia › wiki › American_Idol_(season_1)
    • Overview
    • Regional auditions
    • Hollywood week

    The first season of American Idol premiered on June 11, 2002 and continued until September 4, 2002. It was won by Kelly Clarkson. The first season was co-hosted by Ryan Seacrest and Brian Dunkleman, the latter of whom left the show after the season ended. The winner, Kelly Clarkson, signed with RCA Records, the label in partnership with American Idol's 19 Recordings. Immediately post-finale, Clarkson released two singles, including the coronation song, "A Moment Like This". "A Moment Like This"

    There are usually three stages in the audition process in every season, the first stage being the open call audition advertised. In this stage those auditioning each sings briefly in groups of five in front of selectors, though some may be asked to sing further. Most of those who

    The Hollywood week rounds were held in Pasadena Civic Center where 121 contestants competed for a place in the finals. The contestants first emerged on stage in groups of nine or ten but performed solo unaccompanied, and those who did not impress the judges were cut after the group finished their individual performances. 65 were selected to proceed on to the next round. The singers were expected to learn their songs that night and perform the next day in groups of three. The girls and boys were

    • June 11 –, September 4, 2002
    • Fox
  9. Top 24 (Season 10) | American Idol Wiki | Fandom › wiki › Top_24_(Season_10)

    Top 24 (Season 10) The semifinals of Season 10 of American Idol comprised of twenty-four singers. The performances took place on March 1st, 2011 and the results occurred March 3rd, 2011. This was the first round of the season where America could vote and the shortest semifinals in American Idol history.

  10. Season 10 | American Idol Wiki | Fandom › wiki › Season_10
    • Changes from Season 9
    • Auditions
    • Semi-Finals
    • Finals
    • Elimination Song
    • Judges' Save
    • Results Performances
    • Controversies
    • Notable Past Idol Contestants

    Contestants as young as 15 were allowed to audition for the first time this season, and this was also the first season Simon Cowell was absent from the judge's panel. On July 29, 2010 Ellen DeGeneres announced that she would not return as a judge for this season. Fellow judge Kara DioGuardi soon left as well in September 2010, but Nigel Lythgoe returned as an executive producer after having been gone for two seasons. Aerosmith frontman Steven Tyler and singer-actress Jennifer Lopez joined longtime Idol judge Randy Jacksonon the judging panel. Ray Chew was hired as the show's musical director, replacing Rickey Minor. Contestants were required to be at least 15 on this season (and still under 28) and eligible to work in the United States. Contestants were ineligible if they were part of the top 40 from previous seasons (exception being for those who reached the top 50 from season 7), if they hold recording or management contracts, or if they are not U.S. citizens or landed immigrants...

    The following cities were season 10's audition holders: 1. Nashville, Tennessee: Bridgestone ArenaJuly 17, 2010 2. Milwaukee, Wisconsin: Bradley CenterJuly 21, 2010 3. New Orleans, Louisiana: New Orleans ArenaJuly 26, 2010 4. East Rutherford, New Jersey: IZOD CenterAugust 3, 2010 5. Austin, Texas: Frank Erwin CenterAugust 11, 2010 6. San Francisco, California: AT&T ParkAugust 19, 2010 7. Los Angeles, California: The Forum September 22, 2010

    The semifinals will be much different in season 10. Hollywood week will involve narrowing the contestants down to 60. Those who make the final sixty will then be taken to Las Vegas where they will be asked to sing songs from The Beatles. Forty contestants are to be left in the competition at the end of this round, before the judges place the remaining twenty contestants, in two groups of ten, before the American public, for a semi-final sudden death round to find ten finalists - five girls and five boys - for the live shows in the finals. Additionally, the judges were given wild card picks. The following contestants were Season 10's Top 24. Males: Females:

    Top 13 perform

    During the first round of the finals, the Top 13 performed a song from their personal idol for a spot in the Top 12.

    Top 12 perform

    During the first round of the finals, the Top 12 performed a song from the year they were born for a spot in the Top 11.

    Top 11 perform

    During this round of the finals, the Top 11 performed a song from Motown for a spot in the Top 10.

    The elimination song for this season is season 7 winner David Cook's rendition of the 1985 Simple Minds hit Don't You (Forget About Me). Part of the song premiered on March 10, 2011.

    On March 24, 2011, the judges used the one save that they have during the season on contestant Casey Abrams when he shockingly wound up in the bottom 3 despite having never been there before.

    Special Guest Performances

    1. Diddy-Dirty Money (March 10, 2011) 2. Adam Lambert (March 10, 2011) 3. Lee DeWyze (March 17, 2011) 4. Black-Eyed Peas(March 17, 2011) 5. Jennifer Hudson (March 24, 2011) 6. Sugarland (March 24, 2011) 7. Fantasia Barrino(March 31, 2011) 8. featuring Jamie Foxx(March 31, 2011) 9. Iggy Pop(April 7, 2011) 10. Constantine Maroulis (April 7, 2011) 11. Jason Aldean and Kelly Clarkson (April 14, 2011) 12. Rihanna (April 14, 2011) 13. David Cook (April 21, 2011) 14. Katy Perry and Kanye W...

    During the first episode of the season, a young girl's breast was exposed while speaking with Seacrest while her relative auditioned. FOX has yet to comment on the situation. On February 1, 2011, host Ryan Seacresttweeted that a producer's apology would be made during the February 2, 2011 show.

    WADE, who made it to the Vegas rounds, later auditioned for season 2 of The Voicein 2012 with R&B star Cee Lo Green as his mentor. He was eliminated in the Battle Rounds.
    Alessandra Guercio, who was cut in Hollywood week, later auditioned for season 3 of The Voiceand got pop superstar Christina Aguilera as her mentor. She was eliminated in the Knockout Rounds.
    Caitlin Koch, who was cut in Hollywood week, later auditioned for season 1 of The X-Factor. She made it all the way to Judges' Homes as part of the Girls catagory, but the catagory's mentor, Simon...
    Paige Thomas, who made the top 90, later auditioned for season 2 of The X-Factor in 2012 as part of the Young Adults catagory, mentored by singer-actress Demi Lovato. She finished in 8th place.
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