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American idol dating season 1contestants top 12 wikipedia Regional auditions[] American Idol (season 1) - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Auditions were held in , , , , , , and in the spring of 2002, and around 10,000 attended the auditions.

Episode Air Date Audition City Date Audition Venues Golden Tickets
June 11, 2002 April 20–22, 2002 31
April 23–25, 2002 10
April 26–28, 2002 23
April 29-May 1, 2002 25
May 3–5, 2002 /
15
May 5–7, 2002 11
May 11, 2002 6
Total Tickets to Hollywood 121

One of the more prominent auditioners this season was Tamika Bush who objected to the judges' critiques and their pronunciation of her name. She was later invited back to critique the contestants' semifinal performance. who auditioned in Dallas was put through to the Hollywood rounds, but in her rush to embrace the judges, fell and slipped under the judges' table.

Kelly Clarkson was notable for being largely absent in the audition episode, and she remains the only winner whose audition was not aired in the original broadcast. The other top 10 finalists in Season 1 whose audition were not shown were Nikki McKibbin and EJ Day.

Structure of auditions[]

There are usually three stages in the audition process in every season, the first stage being the open call audition advertised. In this stage those auditioning each sings briefly in groups of five in front of selectors, though some may be asked to sing further. Most of those who attended are eliminated at this stage with only a limited number of auditioners selected to proceed further. In the second round they sing in front the executive producers and more are eliminated. In some later years a further round may be added before this round of audition. In the last round those who survive the first two-stage sing in front of the judges and this is the audition shown on television. Those who gain at least two "yes" votes from the three judges then receive a golden ticket to Hollywood.

In the first season, the second and third stage of the audition may take place within a single day, but in the following seasons each stage of the audition may take place on separate days. The initial audition venue need not necessarily be the final audition venue in front of the judges, and in later seasons, up to three separate venues may be used for the auditions in each city. The venues and dates of the second audition in front of the producers are not specifically listed in these pages. In the early seasons, the entire audition process in each city took place within a relatively short span of time, 3 days in the case of Season 1, but became progressively extended in later seasons until the callback date may be many weeks after the initial auditions.

American idol dating season 1contestants top 12 wikipedia Hollywood week[] American Idol (season 1) - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

The Hollywood week rounds were held in where 121 contestants competed for a place in the finals. The contestants first emerged on stage in groups of 9 or 10 but performed solo unaccompanied, and those who did not impress the judges were cut after the group finished their individual performances. 65 were selected to proceed on to the next round. The singers were expected to learn their songs that night and perform the next day in groups of three. The girls and boys were separated and given crash course to learn their song, which was 's "" for the girls and "" for the boys. Many however frequently forgot the lyrics. Again those who failed to impress were cut immediately after their performance. 45 made it to the next round, and the 20 cut were given their last chance to voice their opinion to the judges before leaving.

In the final round, the remaining 45 were given new songs to learn and each performed solo and a cappella. 30 contestants would be chosen after this round. In this round Justin Guarini impressed the judges and his fellow contestants alike. The Top 15 were first announced, the judges then select 15 more out of the remaining 30. The 30 were split into two groups and the judges then go to each group to announce the chosen group.

Delano Cagnolatti was initially amongst those announced as the Top 30, but he was later disqualified for falsifying his age, and became the first person to be disqualified on American Idol. He was replaced by .

American idol dating season 1contestants top 12 wikipedia Semi-finals[] American Idol (season 1) - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

The 30 contestants who reached this stage in this season were referred to in the show as the finalists.

Before their performance, the contestants took part in intensive music workshop where they were given vocal coaching by Debra Byrd and advice by stylists. The contestants were held in the Red Room before they each emerged to perform solo with piano accompaniment. There was no studio audience at this stage and the performance was pre-taped. The audience voted after each round of performance, and the results of the vote were announced the next day live. A total of 3.3 million votes were cast in the first week of voting.

Below are the three semi-final groups with contestants listed in their performance order. In each group, three people advanced to the next round, based on votes by the viewers.

Group 1[]

Order Contestant Song (original artist) Result
1 "" () Advanced
2 "" () Advanced
3 Adriel Herrera "" () Eliminated
4 Rodesia Eaves "" () Eliminated
5 Natalie Burge "" () Eliminated
6 Brad Estrin "" () Eliminated
7 "" () Advanced
8 Justinn Waddell "" () Eliminated
9 Kelli Glover "" () Wild Card
10 Christopher Aaron "" () Wild Card

Group 2[]

Order Contestant Song (original artist) Result
1 Alexis Lopez "" () Wild Card
2 Gil Sinuet "" () Eliminated
3 Angela Peel "" () Wild Card
4 A. J. Gil "" () Advanced
5 Tenia Taylor "" () Eliminated
6 Alexandra Bachelier "" () Eliminated
7 Jazmin Lowery "" () Eliminated
8 Jamar "" () Eliminated
9 "" () Advanced
10 "Ribbon in the Sky" (Stevie Wonder) Advanced

Group 3[]

Order Contestant Song (original artist) Result
1 R. J. Helton "" () Wild Card
2 "" () Eliminated
3 Mark Scott "" () Eliminated
4 "" () Advanced
5 Chris Badano "" () Eliminated
6 Melanie Sanders "" () Eliminated
7 "" () Advanced
8 Tanesha Ross "" () Eliminated
9 Khaleef Chiles "" () Eliminated
10 Christina Christian "" () Advanced

Wild Card Round[]

Following those nine singers advancing, five of the remaining 21 semi-finalists were selected by the judges to compete in the Wild Card round. Following another performance by each Wild Card contender, the judges selected one contestant to advance to the final group of 10.

Order Contestant Song (original artist) Result
1 Kelli Glover "" () Eliminated
2 Christopher Aaron "" () Eliminated
3 Alexis Lopez "" ( and ) Eliminated
4 R. J. Helton "" () Advanced
5 Angela Peel "As We Lay" () Eliminated

American idol dating season 1contestants top 12 wikipedia Top 10 Finalists[] American Idol (season 1) - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Back - , R. J. Helton, A. J. Gil
Middle - , ,
Front - , , Christina Christian,
  • (born April 24, 1982 in , 20 years old at the time of the show) is from and auditioned in Dallas, Texas with ' "" and 's "." She performed 's version of "" and ' "" in the Hollywood rounds.
  • (born October 28, 1978 in , 23 years old at the time of the show) is from and auditioned in New York City with 's version of "." He performed ' version of "" in the Hollywood rounds.
  • (born September 28, 1978 in , 23 years old at the time of the show) auditioned in Dallas with her married name Nikki Ozment. She had previously been on and auditioned with 's "" and 's "." She performed ' version of "" in the Hollywood rounds.
  • (born July 26, 1979 in , 22 years old at the start of the season) is from , Georgia and auditioned there with 's "." She had appeared on TV commercials and worked with other artists before auditioning for Idol, and was crowned Miss Atlanta in 1998. She performed ' version of "" in Hollywood.
  • R.J. Helton (born May 17, 1981 in , 21 years old at the time of the show) is from , and auditioned in Atlanta with 's "." He had made demo CDs before appearing on American Idol.
  • Christina Christian (born June 21, 1981 in , 21 years old at the time of the show) and auditioned in Miami, Florida with 's "" She performed ' version of "" in Hollywood
  • (born November 21, 1982 in , 19 years old at the time of the show) auditioned in Los Angeles using her birth name Tiffany Montgomery. Her audition song was ' "." She performed ' "" in the Hollywood rounds.
  • A. J. Gil (born July 5, 1984 in , 17 years old at the time of the show) is from and auditioned in Seattle, Washington with "."
  • (born February 8, 1983 in , 19 years old at the time of the show) is from , and auditioned in Chicago with 's version of "." He grew up with Deaf parents and is fluent in ASL (American Sign Language). He performed ' "Ain't No Mountain High Enough" in Hollywood.
  • (born September 13, 1981 in , 20 years old at the time of the show) did not originally qualify for the semifinals, but was later chosen to replace disqualified contestant Delano Cagnolatti. He auditioned in Atlanta with ' "."

American idol dating season 1contestants top 12 wikipedia Finals[] American Idol (season 1) - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

The finals were broadcast live, in front of a live studio audience. The finals lasted for eight weeks, each finalist performed a song or songs selected from a weekly theme. During the first few weeks, contestants sang one song each. By the top four week, the contestants sang two songs each, and in the finale the two finalists performed three songs apiece.

The results of public vote were revealed in the night following the performance night in the results show. The three or two contestants in the later rounds who received the lowest number of votes were typically called the Bottom Three or Two. From the bottom three, one contestant was sent to safety so that two contestants remained and finally the contestant who received the lowest amount of votes was eliminated from the competition. A farewell video with montage of the eliminated contestant is shown.

This season largely set the pattern for later seasons, such as group performance by the contestants during the result shows, home town visits for the top 3, and performing the songs for the top 2 that would be released immediately after the finale. In this season, there are no guest mentor apart from the week where the composer helped the contestants prepare their songs.

The finale was between and , and Kelly Clarkson was declared the winner with 58% out of 15.5 million votes cast. Over 110 million votes were cast over the entire season.

A television special from starring the top thirty-two finalists aired later, a with the top ten followed, as did the movie titled .

Top 10 – Motown[]

Order Contestant Song (original artist) Result
1 Ryan Starr "" () Safe
2 R. J. Helton "" () Safe
3 Nikki McKibbin "" () Bottom 3
4 EJay Day "" () Eliminated
5 Tamyra Gray "" () Safe
6 Justin Guarini "" (Jean DuShon) Safe
7 Jim Verraros "" () Eliminated
8 Kelly Clarkson "" ( & ) Safe
9 A. J. Gil "" (Stevie Wonder) Safe
10 Christina Christian "" (Marvin Gaye & Tammi Terrell) Safe

Top 8 – 1960s[]

Order Contestant Song (original artist) Result
1 R. J. Helton "" () Safe
2 Tamyra Gray "" () Safe
3 Nikki McKibbin "" () Safe
4 A. J. Gil "" () Eliminated
5 Kelly Clarkson "" () Safe
6 Christina Christian "" () Bottom 3
7 Justin Guarini "" () Safe
8 Ryan Starr "" () Bottom 2
  • Group performance: "" ()

Top 7 – 1970s[]

Order Contestant Song (original artist) Result
1 Nikki McKibbin "" () Bottom 3
2 Ryan Starr "" () Eliminated
3 Christina Christian "" () Safe
4 Justin Guarini "" () Bottom 2
5 Kelly Clarkson "" () Safe
6 R. J. Helton "" () Safe
7 Tamyra Gray "" () Safe
  • Group performance: "" ()

Top 6 – Big Band[]

Order Contestant Song (original artist) Result
1 Tamyra Gray "" () Safe
2 Justin Guarini "" () Safe
3 Nikki McKibbin "" () Bottom 3
4 Christina Christian "" () Eliminated
5 R. J. Helton "" ( & ) Bottom 2
6 Kelly Clarkson "" () Safe
  • Group performance: "" ()

Top 5 – Burt Bacharach Love Songs[]

  • Mentor -
Order Contestant Song (original artist) Result
1 Kelly Clarkson "" () Safe
2 R. J. Helton "" () Eliminated
3 Tamyra Gray "" () Safe
4 Justin Guarini "" () Safe
5 Nikki McKibbin "" () Bottom 2
  • Group performance:" (performance night)
  • Group performance: Burt Bacharach Medley

Top 4 – 1980/1990s[]

Each contestant sang two songs.

Order Contestant Song (original artist) Result
1 Tamyra Gray "" () Eliminated
2 Nikki McKibbin "" () Bottom 2
3 Kelly Clarkson "" () Safe
4 Justin Guarini "" () Safe
5 Tamyra Gray "" () Eliminated
6 Nikki McKibbin "" () Bottom 2
7 Kelly Clarkson "" () Safe
8 Justin Guarini "" () Safe
  • Group performance: Paula Abdul Medley

Top 3 – Contestant's choice & Judges' choice[]

Each contestant sang two songs.

Order Contestant Song (original artist) Result
1 Nikki McKibbin "" () Eliminated
2 Justin Guarini "" () Safe
3 Kelly Clarkson "" () Safe
4 Nikki McKibbin "" () Eliminated
5 Justin Guarini "" () Safe
6 Kelly Clarkson "" () Safe
  • Group performance: "" ()

The top 3 each reprised their performances -

  • Nikki McKibbin - Black Velvet (Alannah Myles)
  • Justin Guarini - Let's Stay Together (Al Green)
  • Kelly Clarkson - Without You (Badfinger)

Top 2 – Finale[]

Each contestant sang three songs.

Order Contestant Song (original artist) Result
1 Justin Guarini "" Runner-Up
2 Kelly Clarkson "" Winner
3 Justin Guarini "" () Runner-Up
4 Kelly Clarkson "" () Winner
5 Justin Guarini "A Moment Like This" Runner-Up
6 Kelly Clarkson "Before Your Love" Winner

American idol dating season 1contestants top 12 wikipedia Elimination chart[] American Idol (season 1) - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Top 30 Wild Card Top 10 Winner
Did Not Perform Safe Safe First Safe Last Eliminated
Stage: Semi-finals Wild Card Finals
Week: 6/19 6/26 7/3 7/10 7/17 7/24 7/31 8/7 8/14 8/21 8/28 9/4
Place Contestant Result
1 Kelly Clarkson 2nd Winner
2 Justin Guarini 1st Bottom 2 Runner-Up
3 Nikki McKibbin 2nd Bottom 3 Bottom 3 Bottom 3 Bottom 2 Bottom 2 Elim
4 Tamyra Gray 1st Elim
5 R.J. Helton Wild Card Top 10 Bottom 2 Elim
6 Christina Christian 1st Bottom 3 Elim
7 Ryan Starr 2nd Bottom 2 Elim
8 A.J. Gil 3rd Elim
9–10 Jim Verraros 3rd Elim
EJay Day 3rd
11–14 Christopher Aaron Wild Card Elim
Kelli Glover Wild Card
Alexis Lopez Wild Card
Angela Peel Wild Card
15–30 Chris Badano Elim
Khaleef Chiles
Kristin Holt
Melanie Sanders
Mark Scott
Tanesha Ross
Alexandra Bachelier Elim
Jamar
Jazmin Lowery
Gil Sinuet
Tenia Taylor
Natalie Burge Elim
Rodesia Eaves
Brad Estrin
Adriel Herrera
Justinn Waddell

American idol dating season 1contestants top 12 wikipedia Controversy[] American Idol (season 1) - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

It was revealed during the season that around 100 hackers with power-dialing hardware and software were able to place as many as 10,000 votes a night from a single phone line with the touch of a button. However, FremantleMedia, which produces the show, contended that the hackers have had 'statistically insignificant' effect on the vote. Simon Cowell also insisted that Tamyra Gray's unexpected ouster from the show only strengthened the producers' contention that the voting was fair. Nevertheless, concerns were raised about possible unfairness in the situation of a tight vote. Ken Warwick later said in Season 5 that equipment was put in place afterwards to address this issue but it has never detected such a problem since.

Idol contestants were reported to having to sign a 'phone book-thick' contract that gives producers 'sole discretion' to pick the winners and change the rules. Producer Nigel Lythgoe however said that the contracts had to anticipate every possible situation, and was not intended to rig the show in favor of any contestant.

Controversy erupted when the winner of Season 1, Kelly Clarkson, was invited to sing "" in a deal arranged by her then management company, , at a special commemoration for the first anniversary of at Washington's . Some critics suggested that Clarkson's appearance would turn a somber occasion of national mourning into a "giant promotional opportunity". Kelly Clarkson herself considered withdrawing from the commemoration, saying "I think it is a bad idea ... If anybody thinks I'm trying to market anything, well, that's awful." and added "I am not going to do it." She was however unable to withdraw from the event.

American idol dating season 1contestants top 12 wikipedia Contestants who appeared on other shows[] American Idol (season 1) - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

  • Semi finalist Kelli Glover appeared on the of in 2009 and was eliminated during Judgement Week; she would return to that show for its in 2014 and made it to the live shows.

American idol dating season 1contestants top 12 wikipedia US Nielsen ratings[] American Idol (season 1) - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Season one of American Idol was a surprise summer hit show of 2002 and had an average viewership of 12.7 million per episode. It was the summer’s highest-rated show in the 18/49 demographic.

Episode list
Show Episode Air date Week
rank
Rating/Share 18-49
rating
Viewers
(millions)
1 "Auditions" June 11, 2002 12 6.1 / 11 4.8 9.85
2 "Hollywood Week" June 12, 2002 6 6.9 / 12 5.2 11.24
3 "Top 30: Group 1" June 18, 2002 6 6.2 / 11 5.2 10.30
4 "Top 30: Group 1 results" June 19, 2002 22 5.8 / 10 4.7 9.47
5 "Top 30: Group 2" June 25, 2002 11 5.5 / 9 4.5 9.08
6 "Top 30: Group 2 results" June 26, 2002 17 5.3 / 9 4.2 8.53
7 "Top 30: Group 3" July 2, 2002 7 5.9 / 10 5.3 10.28
8 "Top 30: Group 3 results" July 3, 2002 26 4.4 / 8 N/A 7.5
9 "Wildcard Show" July 10, 2002 14 5.4 / 9 4.1 8.97
10 "Top 10 Perform" July 16, 2002 6 6.0 / 11 5.3 10.28
11 "Top 10 Results" July 17, 2002 12 5.5 / 9 4.8 9.39
12 "Top 8 Finalists" July 23, 2002 7 6.6 / 11 5.5 10.77
13 "Top 8 Results" July 24, 2002 16 5.7 / 10 4.4 9.13
14 "Top 7 Finalists" July 30, 2002 5 7.1 / 12 6.3 12.20
15 "Top 7 Results" July 31, 2002 10 6.2 / 10 5.0 10.20
16 "Top 6 Finalists" August 6, 2002 4 7.0 / 12 6.2 12.20
17 "Top 6 Results" August 7, 2002 8 6.4 / 11 5.2 10.82
18 "Top 5 Finalists" August 13, 2002 3 7.4 / 12 6.2 12.67
19 "Top 5 Results" August 14, 2002 4 6.9 / 11 5.7 12.05
20 "Top 4 Finalists" August 20, 2002 1 8.8 / 14 7.9 15.29
21 "Top 4 Results" August 21, 2002 2 8.0 / 13 7.1 14.10
22 "Top 3 Finalists" August 27, 2002 2 8.7 / 14 7.5 14.98
23 "Top 3 Results" August 28, 2002 1 9.7 / 16 8.3 16.94
24 "Top 2 Finalists" September 3, 2002 2 10.5 / 16 9.3 18.69
25 "Season 1 Finale" September 4, 2002 1 12.6 / 21 10.7 22.77

American idol dating season 1contestants top 12 wikipedia American Idol Rewind[] American Idol (season 1) - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Main article:

Re-edited episodes of American Idol season 1 are now being shown in syndication as American Idol Rewind. The new episodes feature commentary from some of the first season's top 30, including , , Christina Christian, , Angela Peel, and Kelli Glover. Rewind also showcases footage that was not seen in the initial run of season 1, including 's full audition.

American idol dating season 1contestants top 12 wikipedia Releases[] American Idol (season 1) - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Minor or independent releases[]

(This list does not include pre-Idol releases)

  • Unsaid and Understood (Jim Verraros - album, 2003)
  • Real Life (RJ Helton - album, 2004)
  • "Even If" (RJ Helton - single, 2004)
  • "My Devotion" (RJ Helton - single, 2004)
  • "" (Ryan Starr - single, 2004)
  • Human Again (Adriel Herrera - album)
  • Rollercoaster (Jim Verraros - album, 2005)
  • (Justin Guarini - album, 2005)
  • "To Be with You" (Nikki McKibbin - single, 2006)
  • "The Lie" (Nikki McKibbin - single, 2006)
  • (Brad Estrin - album, 2006)
  • "You Make it Better" (Jim Verraros - single, 2007)
  • Unleashed (Nikki McKibbin - album, 2007)
  • "Revolve" (Justin Guarini - EP, 2008)
  • "Here to There" (Nikki McKibbin - single, 2008)
  • "Electric Love" (Jim Verraros - single, 2009)
  • "Touch (Dont U Want 2?) (Jim Verraros - single, 2009)
  • "Do Not Disturb" (Jim Verraros - single, 2009)
  • "Inconsolable" (Nikki McKibbin - single, 2009)
  • "Celebrity High" (Nikki McKibbin's band Love Stricken Demise - single, 2011)
  • Do Not Disturb (Jim Verraros - album, 2011)
  • Psychotrip (Nikki McKibbin's band Love Stricken Demise - EP, 2012)

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American idol dating season 1contestants top 12 wikipedia See also[] American Idol (season 1) - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

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