The first season was hosted by radio personality Ryan Seacrest and comedian Brian Dunkleman , but Seacrest remained as the sole master of ceremonies for the rest of the series. I Want to Change My Life: Retrieved April 20, American Idol employs a panel of vocal judges who critique the contestants' performances. The film was poorly received by critics  and was unsuccessful at the box office, with Clarkson explaining that she was "contractually obligated" to do the film. She opted to collaborate with her band members rather than her previous producers and collaborators. Dit laatste nummer kwam op de soundtrack van Love Actually.
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However, on April 18, Sanjaya was voted off. Clarkson has a ranch in Texas for unwanted animals, which includes amputee goats, blind dogs, and horses that survived colic; there are more than 80 animals at the sanctuary. Archived from the original on September 15, I Love Lucy 55— Michael Lynche was the lowest vote getter at top nine and was given the Judges' Save. 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.
He's like 10 years older than me, so you always wanna be around your cool brother and hang out, so I grew up loving Guns N' Roses. I was all about Metallica. I was all about all those bands, and I still am. I love Aerosmith and No Doubt. I have so many influences on me that are so different. I love Reba McEntire. I could listen to her all the time. Clarkson has scored number ones on the Billboard charts and sold over 25 million albums and 36 million singles worldwide.
It had everything to do with the fact that she made a great record and she's got an incredible voice. She's not a girl who got lucky in a talent competition; we got lucky to find her. Her unmistakable pipes are a powerful presence in top 40 and country, with forays into anthemic rock and dance.
According to Billboard , Clarkson was a "phenomenon" who "helped legitimize" the impact of talent shows. Her first two albums, Thankful and Breakway , sold about 10 million copies combined, and her pop tunes became empowerment anthems across the globe. She is also the only one whose quest to follow her artistic instincts—the better to rock out and break free from the Idol cookie-cutter pop mold—prompted her to fire her management team and engage in a prolonged public battle with her record company, RCA.
Jon Lisi from PopMatters cited Clarkson as one of the forces of female domination in pop music of the s. He explained that "Clarkson's anti-sexual image appealed to those who were uncomfortable with Britney Spears ' overt exhibitionism. You hear about her through how talented her music is, not what's going on in her personal life. In , Clarkson began dating talent manager Brandon Blackstock, the son of Clarkson's manager Narvel Blackstock who is the ex-husband and former manager of country music singer and actress Reba McEntire.
She has served as ambassador for the March of Dimes since she was on American Idol , raising money regularly and assisting in volunteer service, having walked for " March for Babies ", for the cause of improvement of the health of mothers and babies. Clarkson has a ranch in Texas for unwanted animals, which includes amputee goats, blind dogs, and horses that survived colic; there are more than 80 animals at the sanctuary. She helps provide veterinary care for them and finds them an adoptive family.
Anything for education I am really into and especially for kids. A lot of people don't have computers, and they can't afford them. Without education, you get far behind. As long as they have a chance, you know, I think that's important. I want every kid to have a chance. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Kelly Clarkson Clarkson in Reba McEntire Trisha Yearwood.
American Idol season 1 and World Idol. Clarkson displaying her upper soprano range, displaying variations in vibrato as well as her noted dynamic and emotive delivery. Clarkson displaying a softer, breathier timbre to her vocal whilst also demonstrating her harmonizing capabilities in her duet with Vince Gill.
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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,  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'  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,  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',  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. The thirteenth season premiered on January 15, Randy Jackson and Keith Urban returned, though Jackson moved from the judging panel to the role of in-mentor.
Mariah Carey and Nicki Minaj left the panel after one season. Horvitz replaced Gregg Gelfand as a director of the show. This was the first season where the contestants were permitted to perform in the final rounds songs they wrote themselves. In the Top 8, Sam Woolf received the fewest votes, but he was saved from elimination by the judges. The th episode of the series was the Top 3 performance night.
Caleb Johnson was named the winner of the season, with Jena Irene as the runner-up. The fourteenth season premiered on January 7, Randy Jackson did not return as the in-house mentor for this season. Changes this season include only airing one episode a week during the final ten. The winner of the season also received a recording contract with Big Machine Records. Nick Fradiani won the season, defeating Clark Beckham.
By winning, Fradiani became the first winner from the Northeast region. Fradiani released " Beautiful Life " as his coronation single while Beckham released "Champion". Jax , the third place finalist, also released a single called "Forcefield". Fox announced on May 11, that the fifteenth season would be the final season of American Idol ; as such, the season was expected to have an additional focus on the program's alumni.
Ryan Seacrest returned as host, with Harry Connick Jr. The farewell season concluded on April 7, Seacrest signed off by saying: Trent Harmon won the season against runner-up La'Porsha Renae. Harmon released " Falling " co-written by Keith Urban as his coronation song. Idol Gives Back was a special charity event started in season six featuring performances by celebrities and various fund-raising initiatives.
Seasonal rankings based on average total viewers per episode of American Idol. It holds the distinction of having the longest winning streak in the Nielsen annual television ratings ; it became the highest-rated of all television programs in the United States overall for an unprecedented seven consecutive years,  or eight consecutive and total years when either its performance or result show was ranked number one overall. American Idol premiered in June and became the surprise summer hit show of The first show drew 9.
The growth continued into the next season, starting with a season premiere of By season four, American Idol had become the most watched series amongst all viewers on American TV for the first time, with an average viewership of Season six premiered with the series' highest-rated debut episode and a few of its succeeding episodes rank among the most watched episodes of American Idol.
During this time, many television executives begun to regard the show as a programming force unlike any seen before,  as its consistent dominance of up to two hours two or three nights a week exceeded the or minute reach of previous hits such as NBC's The Cosby Show.
The show was dubbed "the Death Star ",  and competing networks often rearranged their schedules in order to minimize losses. Season six was the first season wherein the average results show rated higher than the competition stages unlike in the previous seasons , and became the second-highest-rated of the series after the preceding season.
The loss of viewers continued into season seven. The strong finish of season seven also helped Fox become the most watched TV network in the country for the first time since its inception, a first ever in American television history for a non- Big Three major broadcast network.
Season eleven, however, suffered a steep drop in ratings, a drop attributed by some to the arrival of new shows such as The Voice and The X-Factor. The loss of viewers continued into season 12, which saw the show hitting a number of series low in the 18—49 demo. The continuing decline influenced further changes for season 14, including the loss of Coca-Cola as the show's major sponsor, and a decision to only broadcast one, two-hour show per week during the top 12 rounds with results from the previous week integrated into the performance show, rather than having a separate results show.
Despite these changes, the show's ratings would decline more sharply. The fourteenth-season finale was the lowest-rated finale ever, with an average of only 8. The show's ratings, however, rebounded in its final season, and ended its run in as Fox's first ever program to conclude its run without dropping from the Nielsen Top 30 most watched television shows in each of its seasons. Early reviews were mixed in their assessment.
The product placement in the show in particular was noted,  and some critics were harsh about what they perceived as its blatant commercial calculations — Karla Peterson of The San Diego Union-Tribune charged that American Idol is "a conniving multimedia monster" that has "absorbed the sin of our debauched culture and spit them out in a lump of reconstituted evil".
Lisa de Moraes of The Washington Post noted sarcastically that "The terrorists have won" and, with a sideswipe at the show's commercialism and voting process, that the decision as to who "gets to turn this important site into just another cog in the 'Great American Idol Marketing Mandala' is in the hands of the millions of girls who have made American Idol a hit.
Them and a handful of phone-redialer geeks who have been clocking up to 10, calls each week for their contestant of choice but who, according to Fox, are in absolutely no way skewing the outcome. Some of the later writers about the show were more positive, Michael Slezak, again of Entertainment Weekly , thought that "for all its bloated, synthetic, product-shilling, money-making trappings, Idol provides a once-a-year chance for the average American to combat the evils of today's music business.
Some in the entertainment industry were critical of the star-making aspect of the show. Usher , a mentor on the show, bemoaning the loss of the "true art form of music", thought that shows like American Idol made it seem "so easy that everyone can do it, and that it can happen overnight", and that "television is a lie". It's about all the bad aspects of the music business — the arrogance of commerce, this sense of 'I know what will make this person a star; artists themselves don't know.
Elton John , who had appeared as a mentor in the show but turned down an offer to be a judge on American Idol , commenting on talent shows in general, said that "there have been some good acts but the only way to sustain a career is to pay your dues in small clubs". The success of the show's alumni, however, has led to a more positive assessment of the show, and the show was described as having "proven it has a valid way to pick talent and a proven way to sell records".
In , TV Guide ranked the series No. Throughout the series, eleven of the fifteen Idol winners, including its first five, had come from the Southern United States.
Theories given for the success of Southerners on Idol have been: So, they're adamant about supporting the contestants who do well from their state or region. For five consecutive seasons, starting in season seven, the title was given to a white male who plays the guitar — a trend that Idol pundits call the "White guy with guitar" or "WGWG" factor.
The Untold Story , said, "You have this alliance between young girls and grandmas and they see it, not necessarily as a contest to create a pop star competing on the contemporary radio, but as The show had been criticized in earlier seasons over the onerous contract contestants had to sign that gave excessive control to 19 Entertainment over their future career,  and handed a large part of their future earnings to the management. Individual contestants have generated controversy in this competition for their past actions,   or for being 'ringers' planted by the producers.
Voting results have been a consistent source of controversy. The mechanism of voting had also aroused considerable criticisms, most notably in season two when Ruben Studdard beat Clay Aiken in a close vote,  and in season eight, when the massive increase in text votes  fueled the texting controversy.
The enormous success of the show and the revenue it generated was transformative for the Fox Broadcasting Company. American Idol and fellow competing shows Survivor and Who Wants to Be a Millionaire were altogether credited for expanding reality television programming in the United States in the s and s, and Idol became the most watched non-scripted primetime television series for almost a decade, from to , breaking records on U. The show pushed Fox to become the number one U.
TV network amongst adults 18—49,  the key demographic coveted by advertisers, for an unprecedented eight consecutive years by As one of the most successful shows on U. The alumni of the show had received between them 54 Grammy nominations and 13 Grammy awards by the end of the show in , with Carrie Underwood winning seven. Various American Idol alumni had success on various record charts around the world; in the U.
At the end of the show's run, Idol's contestants have sold more than 60 million albums in the US, resulting in more than 80 Platinum records and 95 Gold records.
Its participants have generated more than Billboard No. The impact of American Idol was also strongly felt in musical theatre, where many of Idol alumni have forged successful careers.
The striking effect of former American Idol contestants on Broadway has been noted and commented on. Other alumni have gone on to work in television and films, the most notable being Jennifer Hudson who, on the recommendation of the Idol vocal coach Debra Byrd,  won a role in Dreamgirls and subsequently received an Academy Award for her performance. The dominance of American Idol in the ratings had made it the most profitable show in U. TV for many years.
American Idol prominent display of its sponsors' logo and products had been noted since the early seasons. What the Los Angeles Times later called "missing one of the biggest marketing opportunities in a generation" contributed to Pepsi losing market share, by falling to third place from second in the United States. The top ten eleven in the tenth and twelfth seasons and five in the fourteenth season toured at the end of every season except for the final season.
Kellogg 's Pop-Tarts was the sponsor for the first seven seasons, and Guitar Hero was added for the season seven tour. American Idol has traditionally released studio recordings of contestants' performances as well as the winner's coronation single for sale. For the first five seasons, the recordings were released as a compilation album at the end of the season. All five of these albums reached the top ten in Billboard which made then American Idol the most successful soundtrack franchise of any motion picture or television program.
In season seven the live performances and studio recordings were made available during the season from iTunes when it joined as a sponsor.
In Season ten the weekly studio recordings were also released as compilation digital album straight after performance night. In this live production, co-produced by 19 Entertainment, park guests chose from a list of songs and auditioned privately for Disney cast members. Those selected then performed on a stage in a seat theater replicating the Idol set.
Three judges, whose mannerisms and style mimicked those of the real Idol judges, critiqued the performances. 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.
American Idol is broadcast to over nations outside of the United States. On Philippine television history. In Australia, it aired a few hours after the U. It was aired on Network Ten from to and then again in Between and it aired on Fox8 and from season 13 to 14 —15 it aired on digital channel, Eleven , a sister channel to Network Ten.
Its final season aired on Fox8 hours after the original U. The show enjoyed a lot of popularity in Australia throughout the s before declining in the ratings. It is also aired in Ireland on TV3 two days after the telecast.
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Daarom besliste de platenmaatschappij om de tweede single, Sober , al twee maanden na Never Again uit te brengen — daarbij maakten ze een inschattingsfout door pas een week later de single naar de radiozenders te sturen. Archived from the original on February 1, Despite receiving a "golden ticket," a pass to the Hollywood rounds, in the series premiere, Clarkson made her first appearance during the second episode.
Op 22 juni kwam het album My December uit. At age eight, Clarkson was first inspired to venture into music during a visit to an African-American church in Fort Worth.
Il 20 agosto annuncia la seconda gravidanza. Archived from the original on June 19, Often called one of the best vocalists in the industry, Clarkson is known for her powerhouse voice, as well as her versatility, which enables her to record crossover music. Ryan Seacrest returned as host, with Harry Connick Jr. Archived from the original on June kellyy,
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