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  • Jennifer Hudson becomes the sixth 'American Idol' finalist to be eliminated

    April 22, 2004
    American Idol was hotter than the Copa on Tuesday night, as the remaining seven finalists performed songs from the Barry Manilow catalogue. Manilow joined the judges Tuesday in critiquing the performances, and last night he performed with the finalists. Then, during a shocking Wednesday live results show, it was announced that Jennifer Hudson, who was considered one of the favorites to win this season's contest, had been eliminated from the American Idol competition after receiving the fewest votes.
  • 'American Idol' Top 12 finalists to release "Greatest Soul Classics" album on April 27

    April 22, 2004
    American Idol judges Simon, Randy, and Paula have called them the "best group of twelve in the history of American Idol." Now America will get to hear them via something other than their televisions when the twelve release a new compilation album of the greatest soul classics of all time on April 27.
  • Jon Peter Lewis becomes the fifth 'American Idol' finalist to be eliminated

    April 16, 2004
    American Idol took the nation to the movies on Wednesday night, as the Top 8 finalists performed songs from their favorite films. Actor/director Quentin Tarantino joined the judges in critiquing the performances. During last night's live results show, it was announced that Jon Peter Lewis was eliminated from the American Idol competition after receiving the fewest votes.
  • Camile Velasco becomes the fourth 'American Idol' finalist to be eliminated

    April 8, 2004
    American Idol had the audience grooving Tuesday night, as the Top 9 finalists performed songs from the Elton John songbook. The finalists received a surprise visit from pop icon Sir Elton John as they prepared for this week's competition. During last night's live results show, it was announced that Camile Velasco was eliminated from the American Idol competition after receiving the fewest votes.
  • Amy Adams becomes the third 'American Idol' finalist to be eliminated

    April 1, 2004
    American Idol had the audience grooving on this week, as the Top 10 finalists performed Motown songs, accompanied by the legendary Funk Brothers as the house band. Producing and songwriting team Ashford & Simpson (Nick Ashford and Valerie Simpson) were guest judges. During last night's live results show, it was announced that Amy Adams was eliminated from the American Idol competition after receiving the fewest votes.
  • Matthew Rogers becomes the second 'American Idol' finalist to be eliminated

    March 25, 2004
    FOX's American Idol finals hit another high note on Tuesday night, as the Top 11 finalists performed country songs for America, delivering the network's highest-rated Tuesday night ever. During last night's live results show, it was announced that Matthew Rogers was eliminated from the American Idol competition after receiving the fewest votes.
  • Leah Labelle becomes the first 'American Idol' finalist to be eliminated

    March 18, 2004
    The American Idol finals hit a high note on Tuesday night, as the Top 12 finalists performed soul classics for America, delivering FOX's highest-rated Tuesday night EVER. During last night's live results show, it was announced that Leah LaBelle has been eliminated from the American Idol competition after receiving the fewest number of votes.
  • Jon Peter Lewis, Jennifer Hudson, Leah LaBelle and George Huff complete 'American Idol's Top 12 finalists

    March 11, 2004
    After a dramatic American Idol "Wild Card Night," Jon Peter Lewis, Jennifer Hudson, Leah LaBelle and George Huff advanced to the finals, completing the Top 12.
  • Jasmine Trias and John Stevens advance to 'American Idol' Top 12 as Wild Card contestants revealed

    March 4, 2004
    Last night in a dramatic results show, it was announced that Jasmine Trias from Mililani, HI and John Stevens from East Amherst, NY were chosen by America to become the next two contestants to make the Top 12 on American Idol.
  • La Toya London and Amy Adams advance to 'American Idol' Top 12

    February 26, 2004
    Last night in a dramatic results show, it was announced that La Toya London from Oakland, CA and Amy Adams from Bakersfield, CA were chosen by America to become the next two contestants to make the Top 12 on American Idol.



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