The top ten competitors are revealed.
A cuddly rivalry vs. an angry gorilla juicehead.
It was movie night and not one person sang Aerosmith's "I Don't Want to Miss a Thing." Miracles happen.
A precious few become big stars. But what does everyone else from American Idol, Top Chef, Project Runway and other TV contests do after it's over?
Eleven finalists perform songs. One performs a song by Rush.
Is it Real World: San Francisco? The first season of Survivor? Real Housewives of Atlanta's "Tardy for the Party" season 2? The bracket stars today!
A glimpse at the contestants offstage before they sing like mad on stage.
The Idols got to pick any song that defined them as artists. Someone picked Coldplay's "The Scientist."
At last, we’re down to a baker’s dozen.
The top 15 boys performed, and they mopped the floor with Tuesday night's girls.
Fifteen women — some of whom our recapper swears he's never seen before — fight for five slots.
In which we call at least one person who's a lock for the top three.
In the race to have the first openly gay competitor, American Idol is beaten by 72 hours by a college football program.
Every year it's a flurry of pointless heartache as everyone has to prove skills they will never ever need again on this show.
Presenting the first person to make it to Hollywood via The Jeffersons theme song.
For one thing, they haven't ruined the life of any effeminate boys or autistic teens.