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Dating on american idol 2016

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On tonight’s episode as per the FOX synopsis, Tonight’s show is going to be an exciting one, which I’m not going to miss and neither should you. Celeb Dirty Laundry is your go to place for all the up-to-date American Idol News and we’ll be recapping the finale right here for you. Hit up the comments and let us know who you really like!

The opening segment saw a lot of hopefuls from Little Rock and San Francisco getting handed with Golden Tickets. As detailed by the website, the 2016 edition of the singing contest kicks off with more than a handful of surprisingly incredible performances from talents across all walks of and Cruz, 26, first met at Seacrest's star-studded 40th birthday bash in Napa, Calif., back in February.The pair got to know each other as they partied alongside Kim and Khloe Kardashian, Randy Jackson, and Paula Abdul.1 in every country in the world — you could not ignore it. Everyone wanted to be on a TV show, everyone wanted to create a TV show and there were hundreds of them around the world.We worked with Sony for many years and then Universal. I like to think that helped the music industry grow up a bit and understand that music can be everywhere. And I think the success I had gave everybody confidence. The first thoughts of what this could be were: how do you use the internet and create an interactive experience where people can affect the outcome or choose the songs that an artist would sing, or choose the members? It’s the time when I can relax and I’m not doing anything and I’m the most comfortable. I’ve got a diverse company that [includes] my fashion businesses with Victoria and David Beckham and Roland Mouret. I just acquired the Miami soccer franchise with David Beckham.For me the most exciting thing is we can really now dive deep with all the new technology that’s coming. [Along with] my partners at Fremantle, I think the group [working on the] show has been pretty much the same since day one. There was a time when what a teenager liked would be polar opposite to what their parents would like. Looking back on the 15 years, what are your personal highlights? I think Chris Daughtry’s journey was a significant one.

I’m pleased that the final show will still have the warmth and the excitement as the first show 15 seasons ago. Observing the studio audiences over the years, it’s clear that has appealed to all ages and that it's been one of the rare series entire families watch together. The first season finale with Kelly [Clarkson] and Justin [Guarini], I thought that was a very special moment. When you saw her, even in her innocent, raw state, you knew she had the potential to be a big star. People thought he had a good chance of winning and he got knocked out early, but his talent saw him through.

On tonight’s episode, Showcases continue with the remaining 12 contestants of the Top 24 performing.

On the last episode, favorite former IDOLS returned to mentor and sing with the contestants.

How did to find another path to break artists — I could see them [perform] and engage with the audience who would, in a way, tell me who they felt was interesting and who they believed could go on and be a star.

It was a new paradigm — a new way to take an artist and music to the consumer, and have them buy the songs and go and see the concerts. So initially, there was a little bit of resentment.

Simon Fuller: For the last 15 seasons we’ve been very protective of the TV show. The touring and merchandising has always been thoughtful.