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They also come in all colors and sizes and happen to be cool and like great music.
A little over a year after Fox aired the alleged series finale of “American Idol,” ABC announced it will resurrect the unscripted competition series as part of its 2017-2018 season lineup.
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That’s more than “The Voice” can claim, although it did result in success for Danielle Bradbery, the voice of the Sochi 2014 Winter Olympics' promotional campaign, and Cassadee Pope, who landed the top spot on Billboard’s Heatseekers Songs’ chart shortly after she won in season 3. Over the course of the show's life span, “Idol” contestants have sold more than 60 million albums, generated more than 450 Billboard chart toppers and sold more than 260 million digital downloads. 1 on Billboard’s Hot 100 chart, is one of the few contestants the public does remember.
As Aiken pointed out about NBC's competition series, “It’s about those damn chairs. In his post-"Idol" career Aiken has made a number of scripted and nonscripted TV appearances, performed on Broadway in Monty Python’s “Spamalot” in 2008 and ran for Congress in North Carolina’s 2nd Congressional District in 2014.
But ABC’s newest scripted series haven't exactly been burning up the ratings, either.
Some people wait a lifetime for a moment like this, and Kelly Clarkson’s moment happened in 2002 when she became the very first winner of American Idol. I've watched root canals more entertaining than these judges.” (Back in 2003, Aiken and season 2 winner Ruben Studdard were judged by the original panel of Simon Cowell, Randy Jackson and Paula Abdul.) American Idol airs on Fox Wednesday and Thursday nights at 8 p.m.
I would never want to date [someone like] myself, ever. As long as you’re cool and you like the music, and you’re coming out to have a good time at the shows, I don’t really care.
Coincidentally, Salon happened to have “Idol” season 2 runner-up Clay Aiken in our New York studio and the series alum offered his thoughts on the revival to Salon editor Gabriel Bell in this exclusive video.“To have that happen, what, a week after Ryan also signed up with ABC, was interesting,” Aiken said, “and also, strange, because he signed up with ABC to do . Whether he’s able to host the series, however, will depend on where production takes place; Seacrest is based in New York, where “Live” is produced. A confirmed source with knowledge of the production said the current plan is to pick an entirely new team of judges and a fresh host.
This means it's probably wise to refrain from holding your breath while waiting for the return of Simon Cowell or Randy Jackson or Paula Abdul or Keith Urban.
But you become a star based on that sort of visual medium,” he said.
He added, “You have to have a platform that people are going to that’s not radio. Give people that platform that they’re not going to get if they just go the regular record label route — get a deal, do your music, try to get someone to play you on the radio.”Meanwhile Trent Harmon, the winner of season 15 on “Idol,” has yet to release his first album.
Jennifer Lopez is busy with NBC’s “Shades of Blue” and "World of Dance" (and, we’re guessing, over it); ditto for Harry Connick Jr.