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Contestants usually worked with a celebrity mentor related to the theme. Ella then walks up to Hattie and takes her mother's necklace back from her for Hattie had forced Ella to give it to her near the beginning of the movie. There were several preliminary-round shows during the day that culminated in a "finals" show in the evening where one of the winners of the previous rounds that day was selected as the overall winner. Op het moment van de brand waren zij niet in het gebouw aanwezig. Als derde single werd gekozen voor Already Gone. Het nummer vestigde een record door de grootste sprong in de geschiedenis van de Amerikaanse hitlijst te maken, een record dat ze al eerder in verbrak met A moment like this.

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Your Vote Doesn't Count". Burnin' Up Tour [ 22 ]. Kelly Clarkson bij de tweede inauguratie van Barack Obama als president van de Verenigde Staten in Greatest Hits - Chapter One. Voor haar vierde album werkte Clarkson onder andere samen met producer Ryan Tedder , die verantwoordelijk was voor onder andere Leona Lewis ' Bleeding Love.

Omdat het nummer toen alweer zakte in de hitlijsten, werd het niet op de radio gedraaid. Geruchten over de ruzie tussen platenbaas Clive Davis en Clarkson kwamen in de media. Ondanks de negativiteit kwam het album My December binnen op nummer zeven in de Nederlandse Album Top In de Verenigde Staten kwam het album binnen op de tweede plaats en overtrof het de eersteweeks verkoopaantallen van Breakaway. Het album verdween vrij snel uit de lijsten doordat de platenmaatschappij weinig aandacht schonk aan het promoten van het album.

Clarkson ontsloeg haar manager, annuleerde haar My December -tournee en zocht naar iemand die beter bij haar paste en dezelfde visie had. Die vond ze in de persoon van Reba McEntire , een bekende countryzangeres.

One Minute werd daar als single uitgebracht en deed het erg goed. Voor haar vierde album werkte Clarkson onder andere samen met producer Ryan Tedder , die verantwoordelijk was voor onder andere Leona Lewis ' Bleeding Love.

Hij beschreef de nummers waar hij aan werkte voor het album als: Op 9 januari maakte Clarkson de albumtitel bekend in haar nieuwsbrief. Het nummer deed het erg goed in de hitlijsten en zorgde voor een comeback door zowel in de Verenigde Staten als in het Verenigd Koninkrijk de eerste plek te bereiken. Het nummer vestigde een record door de grootste sprong in de geschiedenis van de Amerikaanse hitlijst te maken, een record dat ze al eerder in verbrak met A moment like this.

De single was haar best presterende single in de Nederlandse Top 40 en bereikte de derde plek. Het album kwam uit op 10 maart In haar thuisland kwam het album op de eerste plek.

Als tweede single werd I Do Not Hook Up gekozen — deze had minder succes dan de voorgaande, maar behaalde niettemin in de meeste landen de top-twintig.

Als derde single werd gekozen voor Already Gone. Nadat het nummer op de 70e plek was binnengekomen in de Billboard Hot in maart , na uitbrengen van het album, werd Already Gone als derde single uitgebracht op 11 augustus De vierde single in de Verenigde Staten, All I Ever Wanted , de titelsong van het album, werd geen hit en bleef steken op de 96e plaats in de Hot Daarin gaf ze aan bezig te zijn met het schrijven van nummers voor haar vijfde album.

Dat album is getiteld Stronger en werd in de Verenigde Staten uitgebracht op 25 oktober In Nederland verscheen het album op 21 oktober. Clarkson schreef mee aan ongeveer de helft van de liedjes op het album. In interviews heeft Clarkson aangegeven dat You Love Me verreweg haar favoriete liedje is op het album. Ook Dark Side noemt ze soms als favoriet.

De eerste single van het album, " Mr. Know It All ", kwam uit op 30 augustus Vervolgens werd het nummer op 5 september beschikbaar gesteld op iTunes. Clarkson heeft het nummer verscheidene malen bij televisieshows in de Verenigde Staten ten gehore gebracht. Dit heeft ertoe geleid dat de single, na het uitbrengen van het album, begin november de top-tien van de Amerikaanse Hot behaalde.

Know It All zelfs de toppositie. In Nederland is de single nooit verder gekomen dan plaats 9 in de tipparade. Tot haar eigen verbazing won ze met Stronger in opnieuw de Grammy Award voor Best Pop Vocal Album , waarmee ze de enige zangeres is, die deze categorie meermaals won. Clarkson bracht haar eerste album met muzikale hoogtepunten, Greatest Hits: Chapter One , uit op 19 november Ze werden alle ook uitgebracht als single. De derde en laatste single, "People Like Us", verscheen in april en kwam terecht op plaats 56 van de Hot In augustus verscheen haar nieuwe single "Tie It Up".

In april kondigde Clarkson aan bezig te zijn met het opnamen voor haar eerste kerstalbum. In seasons two and three, each of the three judges championed one contestant with the public advancing a fourth into the finals, making 12 finalists in all. From seasons four to seven and nine, the twenty-four semi-finalists were divided by gender in order to ensure an equal gender division in the top twelve.

The men and women sang separately on consecutive nights, and the bottom two in each groups were eliminated each week until only six of each remained to form the top twelve. The wildcard round returned in season eight, wherein there were three groups of twelve, with three contestants moving forward — the highest male, the highest female, and the next highest-placed singer — for each night, and four wildcards were chosen by the judges to produce a final Starting season ten, the girls and boys perform on separate nights.

In seasons ten and eleven, five of each gender were chosen, and three wildcards were chosen by the judges to form a final In season twelve, the top twenty semifinalists were split into gender groups, with five of each gender advancing to form the final In season thirteen, there were thirty semifinalists, but only twenty semifinalists ten for each gender were chosen by the judges to perform on the live shows, with five in each gender based on the vote and three wildcards chosen by the judges composing the final In season fourteen, the top 24 performed at The Fillmore Detroit , starting with the 12 males on one night and then the 12 females on the next night.

The following week, the same order went for the top 16, with four males eliminated, followed by four females based on the vote. Then, on the first night of finals, a similar sequence from the thirteenth season was used to determine the final 12, with five of each gender based on the vote and two wildcards chosen by the judges.

The finals lasted eight weeks in season one, eleven weeks in subsequent seasons until seasons ten and eleven which lasted twelve weeks except for season twelve, which lasted ten weeks, and season thirteen, which lasted for thirteen weeks.

Each finalist performed songs based on a weekly theme which may be a musical genre such as Motown , disco , or big band , songs by artists such as Michael Jackson , Elvis Presley or The Beatles , or more general themes such as Billboard Number 1 hits or songs from the contestant's year of birth. Contestants usually worked with a celebrity mentor related to the theme.

In season ten, Jimmy Iovine was brought in as a mentor for the season. Initially the contestants sang one song each week, but this was increased to two songs from top four or five onwards, then three songs for the top two or three. The most popular contestants were usually not revealed in the results show. Instead, typically the three contestants two in later rounds who received the lowest number of votes was called to the center of the stage.

One of these three was usually sent to safety; however the two remaining were not necessarily the bottom two. A montage of the eliminated contestant's time on the show was played and they gave their final performance.

However, in season six , during the series' first ever Idol Gives Back episode, no contestant was eliminated, but on the following week, two were sent home. Moreover, starting in season eight , the judges may overturn viewers' decision with a "Judges' Save" if they unanimously agreed to. In the eighth, ninth, tenth, and fourteenth seasons, a double elimination then took place in the week following the activation of the save, but in the eleventh and thirteenth seasons, a regular single elimination took place.

The save was not activated in the twelfth season and consequently, a non-elimination took place in the week after its expiration with the votes then carrying over into the following week.

The "Fan Save" was introduced in the fourteenth season. During the finals, viewers were given a five-minute window to vote for the contestants in danger of elimination by using their Twitter account to decide which contestant will move on to the next show, starting with the Top 8.

The finale was the two-hour last episode of the season, culminating in revealing the winner. For seasons one, three through six, fourteen, and fifteen it was broadcast from the Dolby Theatre , which has an audience capacity of approximately 3, The finale for season two took place at the Gibson Amphitheatre , which has an audience capacity of over 6, In seasons seven through thirteen, the venue was at the Nokia Theater , which holds an audience of over 7, The winner received a record deal with a major label, which may be for up to six albums, [49] [50] and secures a management contract with American Idol -affiliated 19 Management which has the right of first refusal to sign all contestants , as well as various lucrative contracts.

However, starting in season 11, the runner-up may only be guaranteed a single-only deal. Starting in the fourteenth season, the winner was signed with Big Machine Records. All top 10 11 in seasons 10 and 12 finalists earn the privilege of going on a tour, where the participants may each earn a six-figure sum.

Each season premiered with the audition round, taking place in different cities. The audition episodes typically feature a mix of potential finalists, interesting characters and woefully inadequate contestants. Each successful contestant received a golden ticket to proceed on to the next round in Hollywood. Based on their performances during the Hollywood round Las Vegas round for seasons 10 onward , 24 to 36 contestants were selected by the judges to participate in the semifinals.

From the semifinals onward the contestants performed their songs live, with the judges making their critiques after each performance. The contestants were voted for by the viewing public, and the outcome of the public votes was then revealed in the results show typically on the following night.

The results shows featured group performances by the contestants as well as guest performers. The Top-three results show also featured the homecoming events for the Top 3 finalists. The season reaches its climax in a two-hour results finale show, where the winner of the season was revealed. With the exception of seasons one and two, the contestants in the semifinals onward performed in front of a studio audience. They performed with a full band in the finals. From season four to season nine, and season thirteen onward, the American Idol band was led by Rickey Minor ; from season ten to season twelve, Ray Chew.

Assistance may also have been given by vocal coaches and song arrangers, such as Michael Orland and Debra Byrd to contestants behind the scene. Starting with season seven, contestants may perform with a musical instrument from the Hollywood rounds onward. In the first nine seasons, performances were usually aired live on Tuesday nights, followed by the results shows on Wednesdays in the United States and Canada, but moved to Wednesdays and Thursdays in season ten.

The first season of American Idol debuted as a summer replacement show in June on the Fox network. It was co-hosted by Ryan Seacrest and Brian Dunkleman. In the audition rounds, contestants were selected from around 10, who attended the auditions. These were cut to 30 for the semifinal, with ten going on to the finals. One semifinalist, Delano Cagnolatti, was disqualified for lying to evade the show's age limit.

One of the early favorites, Tamyra Gray , was eliminated at the top four, the first of several such shock eliminations that were to be repeated in later seasons. Christina Christian was hospitalized before the top six result show due to chest pains and palpitations, and she was eliminated while she was in the hospital.

The final showdown was between Justin Guarini , one of the early favorites, and Kelly Clarkson. Clarkson was not initially thought of as a contender, [55] but impressed the judges with some good performances in the final rounds, such as her performance of Aretha Franklin 's " Natural Woman ", and Betty Hutton 's " Stuff Like That There ", and eventually won the crown on September 4, In what was to become a tradition, Clarkson performed the coronation song during the finale, and released the song immediately after the season ended.

The single, " A Moment Like This ", went on to break a year-old record held by The Beatles for the biggest leap to number one on the Billboard Hot Guarini did not release any song immediately after the show and remains the only runner-up not to do so.

Both Clarkson and Guarini made a musical film, From Justin to Kelly , which was released in but was widely panned. Starting September 30, , this season was repackaged as " American Idol Rewind " and syndicated directly to stations in the U. Following the success of season one, the second season was moved up to air in January The number of episodes increased, as did the show's budget and the charge for commercial spots.

Dunkleman left the show, leaving Seacrest as the lone host. Kristin Adams was a correspondent for this season. Corey Clark was disqualified during the finals for having an undisclosed police record; however, he later alleged that he and Paula Abdul had an affair while on the show and that this contributed to his expulsion. Clark also claimed that Abdul gave him preferential treatment on the show due to their affair.

The allegations were dismissed by Fox after an independent investigation. Ruben Studdard emerged as the winner, beating Clay Aiken by a small margin. Out of a total of 24 million votes, Studdard finished just , votes ahead of Aiken.

This slim margin of victory was controversial due to the large number of calls that failed to get through. Both finalists found success after the show, but Aiken out-performed Studdard's coronation song " Flying Without Wings " with his single release from the show " This Is the Night ", as well as in their subsequent album releases.

The fourth-place finisher Josh Gracin also enjoyed some success as a country singer. Season three premiered on January 19, One of the most talked-about contestants during the audition process was William Hung whose off-key rendition of Ricky Martin 's " She Bangs " received widespread attention.

His exposure on Idol landed him a record deal and surprisingly he became the third best-selling singer from that season. All three unexpectedly landed on the bottom three on the top seven result show, with Hudson controversially eliminated. The performance of " Summertime " by Barrino, later known simply as "Fantasia", at Top 8 was widely praised, and Simon Cowell considered it as his favorite Idol moment in the nine seasons he was on the show.

Fantasia released as her coronation single " I Believe ", a song co-written by season one finalist Tamyra Gray, and DeGarmo released " Dreams ". Season four premiered on January 18, ; this was the first season of the series to be aired in high definition, although the finale of season three was also aired in high definition.

The number of those attending the auditions by now had increased to over , from the 10, of the first season. The age limit was raised to 28 in this season, [42] and among those who benefited from this new rule were Constantine Maroulis and Bo Bice , the two rockers of the show. The top 12 finalists originally included Mario Vazquez , but he dropped out citing 'personal reasons' [69] and was replaced by Nikko Smith. Later, an employee of Freemantle Media, which produces the show, sued the company for wrongful termination, claiming that he was dismissed after complaining about lewd behavior by Vazquez toward him during the show.

During the top 11 week, due to a mix-up with the contestants' telephone number, voting was repeated on what was normally the result night, with the result reveal postponed until the following night.

In May , Carrie Underwood was announced the winner, with Bice the runner-up. Both Underwood and Bice released the coronation song " Inside Your Heaven ", with Underwood's version of the song making her the first country artist ever to debut at number-one on the Billboard Hot chart. Season five began on January 17, It remains the highest-rated season in the show's run so far. Two of the more prominent contestants during the Hollywood round were the Brittenum twins who were later disqualified for identity theft.

Chris Daughtry 's performance of Fuel 's " Hemorrhage In My Hands " on the show was widely praised and led to an invitation to join the band as Fuel's new lead singer, an invitation he declined. Despite being eliminated earlier in the season, Chris Daughtry as lead of the band Daughtry became the most successful recording artist from this season.

Season six began on Tuesday, January 16, The premiere drew a massive audience of Teenager Sanjaya Malakar was the season's most talked-about contestant for his unusual hairdo, [79] and for managing to survive elimination for many weeks due in part to the weblog Vote for the Worst and satellite radio personality Howard Stern , who both encouraged fans to vote for him.

However, on April 18, Sanjaya was voted off. Melinda Doolittle was eliminated in the final three. In the May 23 season finale, Jordin Sparks was declared the winner with the runner-up being Blake Lewis. Sparks has had some success as a recording artist post- Idol. This season also saw the launch of the American Idol Songwriter contest which allows fans to vote for the "coronation song".

Thousands of recordings of original songs were submitted by songwriters, and 20 entries selected for the public vote. The winning song, " This Is My Now ", was performed by both finalists during the finale and released by Sparks on May 24, Season seven premiered on January 15, , for a two-day, four-hour premiere.

The media focused on the professional status of the season seven contestants, the so-called 'ringers', [83] many of whom, including Kristy Lee Cook , Brooke White , Michael Johns , and in particular Carly Smithson , had prior recording contracts. For the finals, American Idol debuted a new state-of-the-art set and stage on March 11, , along with a new on-air look.

David Cook 's performance of " Billie Jean " on top-ten night was lauded by the judges, but provoked controversy when they apparently mistook the Chris Cornell arrangement to be David Cook's own even though the performance was introduced as Cornell's version. Cornell himself said he was 'flattered' and praised David Cook's performance.

David Archuleta 's performance of John Lennon's " Imagine " was considered by many as one of the best of the season. Jennifer Lopez, who was brought in as a judge in season ten, called it a beautiful song-moment that she will never forget. The finalists were Cook and Archuleta. David Cook was announced the winner on May 21, , the first rocker to win the show.

Both Cook and Archuleta had some success as recording artists with both selling over a million albums in the U. The American Idol Songwriter contest was also held this season.

From ten of the most popular submissions, each of the final two contestants chose a song to perform, although neither of their selections was used as the "coronation song".

Season eight premiered on January 13, Mike Darnell , the president of alternative programming for Fox, stated that the season would focus more on the contestants' personal life. In the first major change to the judging panel, a fourth judge, Kara DioGuardi, was introduced. This was also the first season without executive producer Nigel Lythgoe who left to focus on the international versions of his show So You Think You Can Dance. Idol Gives Back was canceled for this season due to the global recession at the time.

There were 13 finalists this season, but two were eliminated in the first result show of the finals. A new feature introduced was the "Judges' Save", and Matt Giraud was saved from elimination at the top seven by the judges when he received the fewest votes.

The next week, Lil Rounds and Anoop Desai were eliminated. The two finalists were Kris Allen and Adam Lambert , both of whom had previously landed in the bottom three at the top five. Allen won the contest in the most controversial voting result since season two. This is the first season in which the winner failed to achieve gold album status. Season nine premiered on January 12, The upheaval at the judging panel continued.

One of the most prominent auditioners this season was General Larry Platt whose performance of " Pants on the Ground " became a viral hit song.

Crystal Bowersox , who has Type-I diabetes , fell ill due to diabetic ketoacidosis on the morning of the girls performance night for the top 20 week and was hospitalized. Michael Lynche was the lowest vote getter at top nine and was given the Judges' Save. The next week Katie Stevens and Andrew Garcia were eliminated. That week, Adam Lambert was invited back to be a mentor, the first Idol alum to do so.

A special tribute to Simon Cowell was presented in the finale for his final season with the show. Many figures from the show's past, including Paula Abdul, made an appearance.

The final two contestants were Lee DeWyze and Bowersox. DeWyze was declared the winner during the May 26 finale. No new song was used as coronation song this year; instead, the two finalists each released a cover song — DeWyze chose U2 's " Beautiful Day ", and Bowersox chose Patty Griffin 's " Up to the Mountain ". This is the first season where neither finalist achieved significant album sales. Season ten of the series premiered on January 19, Many changes were introduced this season, from the format to the personnel of the show.

Season ten is the first to include online auditions where contestants could submit a second video audition via Myspace. Casey Abrams , who suffers from ulcerative colitis , was hospitalized twice and missed the Top 13 result show. The judges used their one save on Abrams on the Top 11, and as a result this was the first season that 11 finalists went on tour instead of In the following week, Naima Adedapo and Thia Megia were both eliminated the following week.

Pia Toscano , one of the presumed favorites to advance far in the season, was unexpectedly eliminated on April 7, , finishing in ninth place. Her elimination drew criticisms from some former Idol contestants, as well as actor Tom Hanks. McCreery won the competition on May 25, being the youngest male winner and the fourth male in a row to win American Idol.

Season 11 premiered on January 18, On February 23, it was announced that one more finalist would join the Top 24 making it the Top 25, and that was Jermaine Jones.

However, on March 14, Jones was disqualified in 12th place for concealing arrests and outstanding warrants. Jones denied the accusation that he concealed his arrests. Finalist Phillip Phillips suffered from kidney pain and was taken to the hospital before the Top 13 results show, and later received medical procedure to alleviate a blockage caused by kidney stones.

Jessica Sanchez received the fewest number of votes during the Top 7 week, and the judges decided to use their "save" option on her, making her the first female recipient of the save. The following week, unlike previous seasons, Colton Dixon was the only contestant sent home. Sanchez later made the final two, the first season where a recipient of the save reached the finale.

Phillips became the winner, beating Sanchez. Prior to the announcement of the winner, season five finalist Ace Young proposed marriage to season three runner-up Diana DeGarmo on stage — which she accepted. Phillips released " Home " as his coronation song, while Sanchez released " Change Nothing ".

Phillips' "Home" has since become the best selling of all coronation songs. Season 12 premiered on January 16, Judges Jennifer Lopez and Steven Tyler left the show after two seasons. This was the first season since season nine to have four judges on the panel.

The pre-season buzz and the early episodes of the show were dominated by the feud between the judges Minaj and Carey after a video of their dispute was leaked to TMZ. The top 10 contestants started with five males and five females, however, the males were eliminated consecutively in the first five weeks, with Lazaro Arbos the last male to be eliminated. For the first time in the show's history, the top 5 contestants were all female.

It was also the first time that the judges' "save" was not used, the top four contestants were therefore given an extra week to perform again with their votes carried over with no elimination in the first week. Glover is the first female to win American Idol since Jordin Sparks. Glover sold poorly with her debut album, and this is also the first season that the runner-up was not signed by a music label. Towards the end of the season, Randy Jackson, the last remaining of the original judges, announced that he would no longer serve as a judge to pursue other business ventures.

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