But before we're inundated with a new batch of contestants (many of whom we'll forget about by June), let's play catch-up with some noteworthy alums.Sure, our Kellys and Carries have remained household names throughout the years, but others — like Katharine Mc Phee and Leah La Belle — are poised to have their biggest post-"Idol" years yet.Let's check in with standouts from seasons one through five: The One You Know: Kelly Clarkson's fifth studio album, Stronger, is selling just fine, even if recent "Ron Paul sales bump" rumors were proven to be a bunch of hooey.
Carrie Ann (2008) et Skating with the Stars (2010), également adaptés de formats britanniques mais qui n'ont pas été reconduits pour une seconde saison.
Pharrell and Jermaine Dupri hosted a coming out party to welcome their new artist Leah La Belle to New York City last night. Guests dined on crispy rice cakes and herb roasted branzino at seafood restaurant Catch, while catching up with the Season 3 “American Idol” contestant.
Reid showed their support for the Seattle singer, who will release her debut album on I Am Other/So So Def/Epic Records.
The One You Had No Idea Was On "Idol": Prior to winning the sixth season of "Nashville Star," Melissa Lawson made it to the top 75 during Hollywood Week on "Idol." The One You Shouldn't Count Out Just Yet: Katharine Mc Phee's career has been full of starts and stops.
But now that she's on NBC's high-profile midseason replacement "Smash" (including an inescapable ad campaign that claims to be "introducing" Mc Phee to America's living rooms), expect to see the season five runner-up reach new heights.