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Jena Irene Asciutto also known as Jena Irene (born July 13, 1996) is an American singer from. She was the runner-up of the of . Asciutto became the first female Wild Card die bekanntschaften in deutschland contestant of the series to qualify into the finale, and became the second Wild Card contestant, after in the, to make it into the finale. In April 2015 she signed a long-term recording deal with the independent Detroit label Original 1265 Recordings. Asciutto released her debut EP, , on April 22, 2016.

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Early life[]

Jena Irene Asciutto was born in, on July 13, 1996 to George Asciutto and Julie (née Loiselle.) She graduated from North Farmington High School on June 8, 2014. She participated in North Farmington's annual "Coffee House" talent show, and from ages 12–16 was a member of a band called Infinity Hour, before it disbanded in February 2013, prior to her American Idol audition.

2014: []

While on American Idol, she performed under the shortened name of Jena Irene. For her American Idol audition, Asciutto sang "" by. During the audition process, production continually called her "Jena Irene," possibly due to a mistake she made when writing down her name, as "Irene" is not her, but rather her. Although she initially made attempts to correct her name, she eventually decided to keep the name professionally.

During the group round, she sang "Too Close" by Alex Clare, alongside Sikenya Thomson, Allie Odom, and Mufarid Zaidi. She made it into the third part of Hollywood week by singing an original song called "Unbreakable Me," which has since been released on iTunes. Asciutto performed the song again during her hometown visit after making it to the top 3. She was announced as the runner-up on May 21, 2014.

Performances on American Idol[]

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Episode Theme Song choice Original artist Order Result
spiele zum kennenlernen große gruppen Audition Auditioner's Choice "" N/A Advanced
Hollywood Round, Part 1 A Capella "" N/A Advanced
Hollywood Round, Part 2 Group Performance ""
with Sikenya Thompson, Allie Odom, and Munfarid Zaidi
N/A Advanced
Hollywood Round, Part 3 Solo "Unbreakable Me" (original composition) Jena Irene N/A Advanced
Top 31 (10 Women) Personal Choice "" 4 Wild Card
Wild Card Hollywood Solo "Unbreakable Me" (original composition) Jena Irene 2 Advanced
Top 13 This Is Me "" 8 Safe
Top 12 Home "" 1 Bottom 3
Top 11 Songs from the Cinema "" 10 Safe
Top 10 Top 10 "" feat. 3 Safe
Top 9 I'm with the Band! "" feat. 9 Safe
Top 8 Back to the Start Duet ""
with
feat. 3 Safe
Solo "Rolling in the Deep" Adele 9
Top 8 Songs from the Solo "" 1 Safe
Duet ""
with
& 5
Top 7 Competitors' Choice Duet ""
with Caleb Johnson
The Rolling Stones 6 Safe
Solo "" 10
Top 6 Rock 'n' Roll "" 1 Safe
Country "" 10
Top 5 America's Requests Trio ""
with Alex Preston &
3 Safe
Solo "" 6
Solo "" 9
Top 4 Love Songs "" 4 Safe
"" 7
"" 11
Top 3 's Choice "" feat. 3 Safe
Judges' Choice "" 6
Hometown's Choice "Creep" Radiohead 9
Finale 's Choice "" 1 Runner-Up
Reprisal Song "Can't Help Falling in Love" Elvis Presley 3
Winner's Single "We Are One" Jena Irene 5

2014-present: Innocence and Cold Fame[]

Asciutto took part in the from June 24 through August 24, 2014. She began work on her debut album immediately after the show as well.

In April 2015, Asciutto signed a record deal with -based label Original 1265 Records. In October 2015, the music video for "Unbreakable" was released. The single would later be on both debut EP, Innocence, which was released on April 22, 2016, and her upcoming album, Cold Fame, which will be released in late 2016. The music video for the second single, "Innocence", was released on April 20, 2016.[] On April 22, 2016, "You Gotta Help Me", was featured in the Billboard.com Editors' Picks.[]

Discography[]

Extended plays[]

Singles[]

Releases from "American Idol"

Music videos[]

Title Year
"Unbreakable" 2015
"Innocence" 2016
"Floating Down The River" 2017
"So I Get High" 2017

References[]


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The thirteenth season of American Idol, styled as American Idol XIII, premiered on the Fox television network on January 15, Ryan Seacrest returned as host for.

American Idol is an American singing competition television series created by Simon Fuller, produced by FremantleMedia North America and 19 Entertainment, and.

The thirteenth season of American Idol, styled as American Idol XIII, premiered on the Fox television network on January 15, Ryan Seacrest returned as host for.

May 12,  · It's a no from Simon Cowell when it comes to the new "American Idol.".

May 12,  · It's a no from Simon Cowell when it comes to the new "American Idol.".
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The thirteenth season of , styled as American Idol XIII, premiered on the television network on January 15, 2014. returned as host for his thirteenth season. was the only judge from the to return. Former judge, who returned after one season absence, and joined the judging panel following the departures of, and, though Jackson returned as a mentor, replacing.

On May 21, was announced the winner of the season, with as runner-up.

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Show changes[]

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There were a number of other major changes in the season, from the judges to the format of the show itself including the opening intro, which used the "". On May 9, 2013, announced that he would no longer serve as a judge. On May 30, 2013, and also announced they would not return to the judging panel. On August 1, 2013, it was confirmed that would return as a judge for another season. Executive producers and were succeeded by Per Blankens, previously of , the Swedish version of the format. On June 25, 2013, it was confirmed that producers Jesse Ignjatovic and Evan Prager would join Blankens as executive producers of the show. Bill DeRonde replaced Warwick as a director of the audition episodes, and Louis J. Horvitz also replaced Gregg Gelfand as a director of the show, who had been directing since the. Fox television executive who helped launch American Idol in 2002 left as programming head of Fox, and executive David Hill was hired to oversee the series. returned to the show as musical director after having left at the end of the ninth season to go to .

In August 2013, 's boyfriend Casper Smart stated Lopez would be returning as an American Idol judge. On August 22, 2013, it was reported that would not return as the in-house mentor for this season, but he is to be replaced by former judge Randy Jackson. On August 30, 2013, wrote that signed a deal to join the panel as the third judge and that held a party the night before with all three judges on hand to toast the forthcoming announcement. On September 3, 2013, Lopez and Connick Jr. were officially announced as judges for this season along with the confirmation of Jackson being the new mentor. Lopez is the first American Idol judge to return after leaving at the end of the eleventh season. It was also later reported that Idol alumni and would be assisting Jackson in mentoring the contestants.

In a rules change from past seasons, semifinalists from the twelfth season (but not previous seasons) who were not in the top 10, nor on the tour and the age limit past above 28, were eligible to return, provided they met all other requirements. That rule will also apply to this season's semi-finalists and finalists who were not in this season's top 10 next season. This season the viewers may also vote for their favorite contestants via, bringing the total number of ways the viewers can vote to five (the other four methods were by phone, texting, supervote online on americanidol.com and with American Idol App on mobile devices), with the number of votes limited to 50 for each method of voting. This season AT&T ended their sponsorship and it is therefore possible to text-votes with other service providers. Idol teamed up with Facebook to present "on-air visualizations" showing real-time East Coast voting developments, including live "demographic voting trends and relative contestant rankings". Voting may also start as soon as the performance shows start this season, and real time vote rankings were shown while the show is still in progress, and each contestant were assigned the same telephone number all through the competition.

Regional auditions[]

Auditions took place in the following cities:

Episode
air date
Audition city Date Audition venue Callback date Callback venue Tickets to Hollywood
January 15, 2014 August 2, 2013 September 3–4, 2013 Boston Marriott Copley Place 25
August 7, 2013 September 25–26, 2013 Austin Convention Center 35
January 16, 2014
July 16, 2013 October 21–22, 2013 19
January 22, 2014 July 21, 2013 October 8–9, 2013 40
January 23, 2014 July 26, 2013 October 29–30, 2013 W Atlanta Midtown 44
January 29, 2014 July 11, 2013 October 2–3, 2013 Marriott Hotel at City Creek 30
January 30, 2014 August 11, 2013 October 13–14, 2013 CenturyLink Center Omaha 21
Total number of tickets to Hollywood 212

In addition, special audition bus tours were held in ; ; ; ; and. Those chosen proceeded on to Salt Lake City to audition in front of the judges.

An auditioner this season was Tristen Langley, son of 's third-placed finalist, who made history as the first of the second-generation contestants on American Idol. He was eliminated in the "Hollywood or Home" round.

Hollywood rounds[]

A special "Hollywood or Home" round was introduced this season whereby contestants were eliminated soon after they have landed in before they even reached. 52 contestants the judges were uncertain of performed solo in an airplane hangar, and 32 were sent back to the airport. The 160 contestants left then proceeded on to Hollywood and performed solo in the in groups of ten. After this round, 104 contestants remained where they performed in groups of three or four. 77 contestants went through to a further solo round.

The Hollywood rounds ended with a Top 30 being announced on February 12 and 13, 2014. However, a new twist was added and the judges chose only 15 girls and 14 boys, with the "15th boy" to be chosen by the voting public. The options were Ben Briley or Neco Starr. The result of the vote and the name of the public's choice to complete the Top 30 was announced on February 18. And it was Ben Briley who had made into the Top 30.

Semi-finalists[]

The following is a list of the Top 30 semi-finalists who were not allowed to sing during "Rush Week":

Females
Contestant Age (on show) Hometown Audition city
Andrina Brogden 19 Omaha, Nebraska
Kenzie Hall 17 Salt Lake City, Utah
Jillian Jensen 21 Boston, Massachusetts
Brandy Neelly 19 Detroit, Michigan
Austin Wolfe 16 Salt Lake City, Utah
Males
Contestant Age (on show) Hometown Audition city
Jordan Brisbane 16 Atlanta, Georgia
Ethan Harris 20 Detroit, Michigan
Briston Maroney 16 Salt Lake City, Utah
Casey Thrasher 22 Salt Lake City, Utah
Maurice Townsend 26 Detroit, Michigan

The following is a list of Top 20 semi-finalists who failed to reach the finals:

Females
Contestant Age (on show) Hometown Audition city
Bria Anai 16 Atlanta, Georgia
Briana Oakley 17 San Francisco, California
Marrialle Sellars 17 Detroit, Michigan
Males
Contestant Age (on show) Hometown Audition city
Malcolm Allen 21 Austin, Texas
Spencer Lloyd 19 Austin, Texas
George Lovett 24 Atlanta, Georgia
Emmanuel Zidor 24 San Francisco, California

The aforementioned contestants and three finalists outside of the top 10 will be eligible to audition for the.

  • Casey Thrasher auditioned for the fourteenth season, but he was cut at top 48.
  • Bria Anai, Jordan Brisbane, Ethan Harris, Briston Maroney, Maurice Townsend, Marrialle Sellars, and Emmanuel Zidor auditioned for the fourteenth season, but they were cut before they could see the judges.

Semi-finals[]

The semi-finals round started on February 18. The three-day event on February 18, 19 and 20 was marketed as "Rush Week." Below are the two semi-final groups (females and males) with contestants listed in their performance order. Five males and five females, along with the three wild card choices by the judges, advanced to the finals.

In a change, the judges eliminated five of each gender before they even had a chance to perform in front of the live studio audience. The females started the semifinal round, and the males continued on following night's episode, and the contestants performed songs of their choice (there was no particular theme).

Females[]

  • Eliminated: Andrina Brogden, Austin Wolfe, Brandy Neelly, Jillian Jensen, Kenzie Hall

Males[]

  • Eliminated: Briston Maroney, Casey Thrasher, Ethan Harris, Jordan Brisbane, Maurice Townsend

Wild Card round[]

Following those ten singers advancing on Thursday, February 20, five of the remaining ten semi-finalists were selected by the judges to compete in the Wild Card round. The Wild Card round immediately began, following the announcement of the ten finalists. Following another performance by each Wild Card contender, the judges then selected three contestants to advance to the final group of 13. For their performances, the contestants prepared to reprise their third round Hollywood solos for consideration. Jena Irene and Spencer Lloyd each performed their own, respective original songs.

Finalists[]

  • (born April 23, 1991) is from. He previously auditioned in the tenth and eleventh seasons, but he was cut off during the selection of top 25. He auditioned in Atlanta where he performed an original song "Into the Void". In the Hollywood round he first performed "", followed a performance of "Too Close" in a group which included CJ Harris, and "" for the last solo. He was announced as the winner on May 21. Johnson is the second returning contestant to win Idol after in the previous season.
Jena Irene
  • (born July 13, 1996) is from. She auditioned in Detroit with 's "". She performed "" during the Hollywood for the first solo, Alex Clare's "Too Close" for the group round, and her own composition "Unbreakable Me" for the Final Judgement. She cites and as her greatest musical influences. She is the first female Wild Card contestant and the second Wild Card contestant after in the to have made it to the Grand Finale. She was announced as the runner-up.
  • (born May 6, 1993) is from. He performed an original song "Fairytales" for his audition. During Hollywood week, he performed "" for the first solo, and his own composition "Fairytales" for the final solo. He was eliminated on May 15, 2014, and came in third place. Prior to his elimination, Preston had never been in the bottom 3 or in the bottom 2 before.
Jessica Meuse
  • (born October 19, 1990 in ) is from. She auditioned in Atlanta singing one of her own songs, "Blue-Eyed Lie". She reprised the song for the top 8 and sung another original, "Done", during Hollywood Week. Prior to auditioning she had written over sixty original songs and self-released a debut album, called "What's So Hard About Bein' a Man", in 2011. She was eliminated on May 8, coming in fourth place.
  • (born April 19, 1996) is from. He auditioned in Boston, singing "" by. He sang "" on the first round in Hollywood, and his original composition entitled "I Tried" in the final solo of the Hollywood Round. He was saved from elimination by the judges after receiving the lowest number of votes in the top eight round. He was eliminated on May 1, coming in fifth place.
  • CJ Harris (born January 28, 1991) is from. He auditioned in Salt Lake City, where he sang "". He performed "" in the first Hollywood round, and was in a group with fellow finalist Caleb Johnson, performing the Alex Clare song "". For the final solo he performed "", however, he was asked to perform again in the Final Judgement to compete against Casey Thrasher, and chose to sing "". He was eliminated on April 24, coming in sixth place.
  • (born July 12, 1991) is from. He performed "" for his audition, and for the group round he was part of the group Backstreet Cowboys together with Casey Thrasher and fellow finalist Ben Briley, performing the song "". For the final solo he performed an original song, "Farmer's Grandson". He was eliminated on April 17, 2014, coming in seventh place.
  • (born September 24, 1997) is from. She is a tuba player of the marching band of Southfield High School. She auditioned in Detroit with 's "". In the first round in Hollywood, she sang "" by. She performed "" in the final solo on Hollywood round. She cites her two grandfathers and her father as her personal musical influences. She described her style in singing from and. She is the second youngest contestant in American Idol history that has reached the live show, next to tenth season contestant,. She was eliminated on April 10, coming in eighth place.
  • (born February 29, 1992) is from. She auditioned in Atlanta, where she sang 's "". Prior on auditioning, she was a pre-school teacher and she graduated in Eastern Wayne High School on 2011. In Hollywood, she performed "" and "". She was eliminated on March 27, coming in ninth place.
  • (born August 20, 1993) is from. She auditioned in San Francisco with "," and advanced to Hollywood, where she was one of many contestants who had to "sing for their lives," or get back on the plane home. For the Hollywood rounds she chose an song for the a cappella round, which was not aired. She performed " in the group round. For her final Hollywood solo she did "" by. She is the first openly gay finalist to be publicly acknowledged on the show. She was eliminated on March 20, 2014, and came in tenth place. She also did not appear or sing in the live finale, due to being ill at that time.
  • (born March 19, 1989) is from. He auditioned in Atlanta, singing "". He performed "" in the final solo of the Hollywood Round, and was in a group called Backstreet Cowboys with fellow finalist Dexter Roberts, performing the song "". Ben Briley and Neco Starr both appeared before the judges for the Final Judgement, however the judges could not decide who to choose, and sent both to a vote by fans, which was won by Briley. He was eliminated on March 13, coming in eleventh place.
  • (born January 28, 1996) is from. She auditioned in Atlanta, singing "" by. She sang "" on the first round in Hollywood. She performed "Stars" in the final solo of the Hollywood Round. Prior on joining this competition, she also auditioned in. She cites and as her musical influences. She was eliminated on March 6, coming in twelfth place.
  • Kristen O'Connor (born April 19, 1989) is from. She auditioned in Atlanta, singing "". She performed "" in the Hollywood group rounds with her fellow finalist, Sam Woolf. She performed "" on the Hollywood Rounds. She cites and as her musical influences. Prior on joining this competition, she was a nurse. She was eliminated on February 27, coming in thirteenth place. She is the fifth wild card finalist to be the eliminated first in the finals, with her predecessors,, and.

In this season, there are 13 weeks of the finals and 13 finalists, with one finalist eliminated per week based on the American public's votes. 's "" is used as the send-off song played when a contestant is eliminated, using the eliminated contestant's version of the song (except Jena Irene, Caleb Johnson, Majesty Rose, and Sam Woolf). Former judge Randy Jackson replaced as the weekly mentor to the contestants.

Top 13 – This Is Me[]

Top 12 – Home[]

Top 11 – Songs from the Cinema[]

Top 10 – Billboard Top 10 Charts[]

The finalists picked songs from Top 10 Billboard charts from 2011 to 2014. Starting this week, the studio versions of each contestant performance are available at.

Top 9 – (I'm with the) Band![]

The finalists performed as lead singer of the show's band, singing songs of their choice.

Top 8 (first week) – Back to the Start[]

The finalists reprised the songs they performed when they first auditioned, with Jessica Meuse and Alex Preston each performing their own, respective original compositions. They also performed duets for the first time this season.

Top 8 (second week) – Songs from the 1980s[]

Top 7 – Competitors' Choice[]

Every finalist chose a song for each remaining contestant, who then selected one song choice to perform. The songs used for the duets and trios were not a product of the theme.

Order Contestant Song Competitor Result
1 Caleb Johnson "" Alex Preston Safe
2 Jessica Meuse "" Sam Woolf Bottom 2
3 Alex Preston & Sam Woolf "" N/A N/A
4 C.J. Harris "" Jena Irene Safe
5 Dexter Roberts "" C.J. Harris Eliminated
6 Jena Irene & Caleb Johnson "" N/A N/A
7 Alex Preston "" Dexter Roberts Safe
8 Sam Woolf "" Jessica Meuse Safe
9 C.J. Harris, Jessica Meuse, & Dexter Roberts "" N/A N/A
10 Jena Irene "" Caleb Johnson Safe

Top 6 – Rock 'n' Roll / Country[]

For the first time in the competition, each finalist sang two songs each: one from the rock 'n' roll genre, and the other from the country genre.

Top 5 – America's Choice[]

The finalists sang songs requested by the voting public.

On results night, the contestants were given the option to choose to have no one eliminated this week, but to eliminate two contestants the following week. In order for this to happen, the decision had to be unanimous after anonymous voting. Since two of the contestants (Jena Irene and Alex Preston) wanted to see an elimination happen this week, Sam Woolf was revealed to be the contestant with the lowest total of votes and was eliminated.

Top 4 – Love: Break-Ups, Dedications, and Make-Ups[]

The finalists sang three rounds of songs about love: the first dealing with break-ups, the second dealing with personal dedications to others, and the third dealing with make-ups.

Top 3 – Randy Jackson's Choice / Judges' Choice / Hometown's Choice[]

The finalists sang two new songs chosen by the judges and in-house mentor ; the third was a reprisal of a previous performance, selected by the finalists' hometowns. Also, the performance show marked the series' 500th episode overall.

Top 2 – Simon Fuller's Choice / Favorite Performance / Winner's Single[]

This week, the final two contestants sang a song chosen by the show's creator, a song from their previous appearance on the show this season, and a coronation song for the winner.

Elimination chart[]

Females Males Top 20 Top 13 Wild Card Winner
Did Not Perform Safe Safe First Safe Last Eliminated Judges' Save
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Week: 2/20 2/27 3/6 3/13 3/20 3/27 4/3 4/10 4/17 4/24 5/1 5/8 5/15 5/21
Place Contestant Result
1 Caleb Johnson Top 13 Winner
2 Jena Irene Wild Card Top 13 Bottom 3 Runner-up
3 Alex Preston Top 13 Elim
4 Jessica Meuse Top 13 Bottom 2 Bottom 2 Elim
5 Sam Woolf Top 13 Bottom 3 Bottom 3 Saved Elim
6 C.J. Harris Wild Card Top 13 Bottom 3 Bottom 3 Bottom 2 Elim
7 Dexter Roberts Top 13 Bottom 3 Elim
8 Malaya Watson Top 13 Bottom 3 Bottom 3 Elim
9 Majesty Rose Top 13 Bottom 3 Bottom 3 Elim
10 MK Nobilette Top 13 Bottom 3 Bottom 3 Elim
11 Ben Briley Top 13 Elim
12 Emily Piriz Top 13 Elim
13 Kristen O'Connor Wild Card Top 13 Elim
14–15 Bria Anai Wild Card Elim
Spencer Lloyd Wild Card
16–20 Malcolm Allen Elim
George Lovett
Briana Oakley
Marrialle Sellars
Emmanuel Zidor
  • Due to the judges using their one 'Judges' Save' per season, in order to save Woolf, the 'Top 8' remained intact for another week, and no one was eliminated at the end of the show on April 3.
  • During the 'Top 5' results show the remaining contestants were given the option by each taking an anonymous vote to either go by America's votes and send only one person home or if all votes were "yes" the 'Top 5' will remain intact for one more week and two contestants go home next week. The votes ended with two out of the five voting no. Without revealing the bottom 2, Ryan announced that Sam Woolf had received the lowest amount of votes and was eliminated.

Results show performances[]

Week Performer(s) Title reaction Digital sales reaction Performance type
Top 13 "" / "" Did not chart Live
"" Did not chart Live
Top 12 "" 58 (debut) 74,000 (debut) Live
"" Did not chart 13,000 (+885%) Live
Top 11 "One Fine Thing" / "" Did not chart Live
"Beautiful" 13 () Live
Top 10 featuring,, & "" 77(+21) 27,710 (+89%) pre-recorded
"Wild" Did not chart Live
Top 9 "" Did not chart Live
Top 8
Week 1
"" Did not chart Live
Top 5 "" 9,000 (+ >8,000) Live
Top 3 (Performace night) Live
Top 3 (Results night) "" 7,700
Top 2 American Idol Top 13 (minus ) "" Unreleased Live
Finale & "" / "" / "" Unreleased live
Phillip Phillips & "" / "Raging Fire" Unreleased
& "" / "" Unreleased
Jennifer Lopez ""
& Caleb Johnson "" / "" Unreleased
& American Idol Boys "" Unreleased
& American Idol Girls (minus MK Nobilette) "" / "" Unreleased
Jena Irene "" Unreleased
& Jena Irene "" Unreleased
""
John Legend & "" Unreleased
& "Love Someone" Unreleased
& "" Unreleased
""
Darius Rucker, & "" Unreleased
Jena Irene & Caleb Johnson "" Unreleased
"" 78 (debut) 51,000 (debut)
Harry Connick, Jr.,, Jennifer Lopez & Keith Urban "" / "" Unreleased
Caleb Johnson "" Did not chart 10,000 (debut)

Controversies[]

Caleb Johnson comment[]

During his interview with following the Top 5 elimination show, Caleb Johnson made offensive remarks about his fans who tweet him song suggestions. "[Twitter] gives access to a bunch of retards to talk to me," Caleb said. "I don't really enjoy having to see somebody telling me what song I have to sing. I think at this point of the competition, I can pick and choose my own songs and represent me. I don't need 10,000 people saying, 'You should sing this, you should sing that. Listen to me!' Fortunately, guys, I'm going to listen to myself, whether you like it or not."

His comment has been described as "arrogant", with some fans turning against him. After his fans expressed outrage on Twitter, Caleb issued an apology on his Facebook page. "For the record that juvenile comment I made in the interview was not directed towards my fans but to the wackos that send hundreds of hate messages a day to me! You guys are amazing and I cannot thank you enough for your support. Sorry if it offended anybody it was the wrong choice of words. Also I greatly appreciate it when you guys give me song suggestions but it gets really overwhelming at the volume it comes in so please understand ! Rock on !:)"

Reception[]

Critical reception[]

Harry Connick Jr. was lauded for his performance as a judge. , , and all claimed that he "stole the spotlight" during the season premiere with his humor and knowledgeable feedback. Kristin Dos Santos of suggested that Connick Jr. could save the struggling show. She called him better than, writing that while he is "brutally honest", he also shows heart. Robert Rorke of the wrote that Connick Jr. was unlikely to "save" American Idol, but also wrote that he made the show watchable again by bringing class and keeping the focus on the contestants.

The "Rush Week" twist was not well received by critics. As described by Lyndsey Parker of, "(T)he judges only picked 10 of them to sing for America's votes. The other five just sat backstage for a couple hours (while their loved ones sat in the audience), waited in vain for their names to be called, and eventually went home."

Furthermore, Amy Reiter of the stated, "Like the women, once 10 of the guys were given the chance to compete for our votes, the five remaining...were collectively shuffled before us, looking stunned and solemn, and then sent home, this time with a few tepidly encouraging parting words from the judges."

Ratings[]

U.S. Nielsen ratings[]

For the first time in nearly twelve years, an American Idol episode dropped beneath the ten-million viewer mark. This occurred on February 18, 2014. The last time an episode was below this mark jena irene american idol single was July 24, 2002.

Episode list

DVR ratings[]

Episode list
No. Episode Air date DVR 18–49 Total 18–49 DVR viewers
(millions)
Total viewers
(millions)
Ref.
1 "Auditions #1" January 15 0.7 5.4 2.585 17.773
2 "Auditions #2" January 16 N/A N/A N/A N/A
3 "Auditions #3" January 22 0.8 4.8 2.120 15.407
4 "Auditions #4" January 23 1.0 4.4 2.479 14.870
5 "Auditions #5" January 29 0.8 4.6 1.967 14.698
6 "Auditions #6" January 30 0.8 4.0 1.888 13.312
7 "Hollywood or Home"[] February 5 0.9 4.8 2.240 15.668
8 "Hollywood Group Round" February 6 0.9 4.0 2.268 13.346
9 "Hollywood Round, Top 30 reveal Part #1" February 12 0.8 4.2 1.864 13.539
10 "Hollywood Round, Top 30 reveal Part #2" February 13 0.8 3.8 1.874 12.058
11 "Rush Week: Girls' Night" February 19 N/A N/A N/A N/A
12 "Rush Week: Guys' Night" February 20 0.7 3.3 1.763 11.715
13 "Rush Week: Meet Your Finalists" February 21 0.6 3.0 1.592 10.947
14 "The Top 13: This Is Me" February 26 N/A N/A N/A N/A []
15 "The Top 13 Results" February 27 N/A N/A N/A N/A []
16 "The Top 12: Home" March 5 N/A N/A N/A N/A []
17 "The Top 12 Results" March 6 N/A N/A N/A N/A []
18 "The Top 11: Songs from the Cinema" March 12 N/A N/A N/A N/A []
19 "The Top 11 Results" March 13 N/A N/A N/A N/A []
20 "The Top 10: Billboard Top 10 Charts" March 19 N/A N/A N/A N/A []
21 "The Top 10 Results" March 20 N/A N/A N/A N/A []
22 "The Top 9" March 26 []
23 "The Top 9 Results" March 27 []

Contestants appearances on other talent shows/seasons[]

  • Jillian Jensen, in 2012, auditioned in the of , but was eliminated by mentor and failed to make it to the live finals
  • , auditioned for The X Factor multiple times before, but did not make it to Boot Camp stage
  • Four auditionees in were failed to advance through the semi-final stage:
    • Maddie Walker, who auditioned in Omaha, cut on the group round of Hollywood Week
    • Michael Simeon, who auditioned in Salt Lake City, cut on the Green Mile
    • Sarina-Joi Crowe, who auditioned in Atlanta, cut on the Green Mile
    • Savion Wright, who auditioned in Austin, cut on the Green Mile
    • , the 2002 winner of the inaugural contests on which all the other are based, never hid his being gay, but did publicly after he won, preempting a tabloid newspaper him.. BBC News. 10 March 2002. Retrieved 8 October 2009. 
    • (first season, 2002) had discussed being gay in online journals which the show forced him to take down, not due to his sexuality, but because they felt he might be trying to get extra votes. He came out after he finished the show and tour.. . 2002-09-03. from the original on 2007-03-22. Retrieved 2007-07-18. , Steele, Bruce C. (2003-01-21).. The Advocate. BNET Business Network. 
    • (season 2, 2003) came out to other contestants, behind the scenes, but not on the show. by Jason Hughes, posted Mar 13th 2008.
    • , (2003) runner-up came out as gay in 2008, after many years of speculation.Caplan, David (September 24, 2008).. People Magazine. Retrieved 2008-12-24. 
    • , the runner-up on the (2009) came out as a man when he was 18.Caroline Frost (2012-07-27).. Huffington Post. Batallones, Henrik (March 3, 2009).  . The issue of Lambert's sexuality, however, was not explicitly stated on the show, and mainstream media therefore speculated on his sexuality and the readiness of American Idol voters to vote for an openly gay winner.Mark Harris (2009-05-08).. Archived from on 2009-05-10. .  He confirmed that he was gay in a Rolling Stone cover interview shortly after he was named runner-up.Blas, Lorena (2009-06-15).. Retrieved 2011-12-23. 

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