American Idol (season 7)
American Idol Season 7 Broadcast from January 15, 2008–May 21, 2008 Judges Simon Cowell
Host(s) Ryan Seacrest Broadcaster Fox Broadcasting Company Finals venue Nokia Theatre Los Angeles Winner:
Winner David Cook in the hometown during his Idol
Origin Blue Springs, Missouri, USA Song "The Time of My Life" Genre(s) Alternative rock
Runner-up David Archuleta Chronology ◄ 2008 ►
The seventh season of American Idol, the annual reality show and singing competition, began on January 15, 2008 and concluded on May 21, 2008. Ryan Seacrest continued to host the show with Simon Cowell, Paula Abdul, and Randy Jackson returning as judges. David Cook was announced the winner of the competition on May 21, 2008, defeating runner-up David Archuleta by a margin of roughly 12 million votes out of over 97 million, which was at that time the highest recorded vote total ever recorded in the show's history. The split was 56 percent to 44 percent.
The seventh season was the first season during which neither the winner nor the runner-up was ever in the bottom group during any week before the finale on May 21, 2008, with the second being the ninth season. It was also the second season during which both the winner and the runner-up were male contestants, with the second season being the first and the third being the eighth season.
Changes from past seasons
Prior to the start of season 7, Executive Producer Nigel Lythgoe admitted that season 6 had placed more focus on the guest mentors than the contestants. Changes were planned for season 7 designed to return attention to the contestants by providing more information on their backgrounds and families.
A major change for the seventh season was allowing contestants to play musical instruments, an element that originated on Australian Idol and can also be seen on Norway's Idol and Canadian Idol. A brand new set was built, and a new introduction credit sequence created. The season finale also moved from the Kodak Theatre to the larger Nokia Theatre in Los Angeles.
For Season 7, auditions began in San Diego, California on July 30, 2007, and continued in the following cities:
Episode Air Date Audition City Date First Audition Venue Callback Date Callback Venue Golden Tickets January 15, 2008 Philadelphia, Pennsylvania August 27, 2007 Wachovia Center September 1-2, 2007 Hyatt Regency 29 January 16, 2008 Dallas, Texas August 6, 2007 Texas Stadium September 20-23, 2007 W Hotel Dallas Victory 24 January 22, 2008 San Diego, California July 30, 2007 Qualcomm Stadium September 12-13, 2007 Rancho Bernardo Inn 31 January 23, 2008 Charleston, South Carolina  August 18, 2007 North Charleston Coliseum September 6-7, 2007 Charleston Area Convention Center 23 January 29, 2008 Omaha, Nebraska August 10, 2007 Qwest Center Omaha October 5-6, 2007 Qwest Convention Center 19 January 30, 2008 Miami, Florida August 22, 2007 American Airlines Arena September 29-30, 2007 JW Marriott Hotel 17 February 5, 2008 Atlanta, Georgia August 14, 2007 Georgia Dome October 8-10, 2007 德豪润达再进补：两子公司获7000万政府补贴 21 Total Tickets to Hollywood 164
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"People can be unhappy for many reasons -- from poverty to unemployment to family breakdown to physical illness," the report said. "But in any particular society, chronic mental illness is a highly influential cause of misery. If we want a happier world, we need a completely new deal on mental health."
The Man Who Knew, by Sebastian Mallaby, is the 12th winner of the ￡30,000 award, which goes to the “most compelling and enjoyable” title of the year.
One auditioner this year Alexis Cohen gained media attention due to her outraged reaction and profuse profanities after the judges rejected her in the Philadelphia audition. She also returned in Season 8 to audition in New York and her audition was featured. She was later found dead in a hit-and-run accident.
Another auditioner who gained some public attention was Renaldo Lapuz who sang his own composition "We're Brothers Forever" which he wrote for Simon Cowell. He was later asked to return to perform in the finale.
The Hollywood week took place at the Pasadena Civic Center in Pasadena, California, over a period of five days. A total of 164 contestants were invited from the seven audition cities. This year the process was altered slightly to ensure that no talent would be prematurely dismissed. The contestants were allowed two performances before elimination, and the group round was removed.
The first round of individual performance lasted two days. For the first time ever, contestants had the option of either being accompanied by the band or playing an instrument themselves. Some were shown playing the keyboard, guitar, or even the drums. If the judges approved of the contestant's performance, they received a "free pass" to the third and final round of performances, and 48 contestants were given this "free pass". Unlike previous seasons, contestants whose performances not considered good enough were given a second chance in the second round. They lined up on stage in groups of 10 and each sang a short segment of a song "a cappella." After each group had finished, the judges cut those they felt not talented enough. Almost 100 were eliminated in this round.
China's Ministry of Education (MOE) said at a news conference that most of the world's foreign students who study abroad are from China.
Price growth in top cities was slower, however, with Beijing, for instance, reporting a rise of only 0.5 per cent from the previous month, compared to 4.9 per cent in September.
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Unfortunately, there won't be a 2014 rematch between Brazil and Uruguay, as the latter was eliminated on Saturday. If Brazil makes it to the final on July 13, the country could play Mexico, the Netherlands, Costa Rica, Greece, USA, Belgium, Argentina or Switzerland.
One of the more prominent contestants during the Hollywood week was Josiah Leming whose unhappiness with the backing band resulted in him dismissing the band. He was cut in the Green Mile episode. Another piece of drama involved contestant Kyle Ensley when Simon Cowell voiced strong objection over him not being selected for the semifinals. It was later revealed that his non-selection resulted in serious rift between Simon Cowell and the show producer Nigel Lythgoe.
- Daniel 'Danny' Anthony Noriega (born September 29, 1989 in Azusa, California) is a 22-year-old (18 at the time of the show) who auditioned in San Diego. He previously auditioned for Idol in season 6 and made it to Hollywood week but was cut in the first round. His elimination song was Soft Cell's version of "Tainted Love". Shortly following his elimination, Noriega received an offer from Rosie O' Donnell to perform on her cruise. Danny is working on his debut album and has just released his debut single, "Poisonous Cure", on February 15.
- Luke Menard (born December 1, 1978 in Crawfordsville, Indiana) is a 33-year-old (29 at the time of the show) who auditioned in Omaha with "Bend and Break" by Keane. In Hollywood, he sang "LED市场硝烟弥漫：飞利浦低价抢市 木林森引爆T8之战" by Christopher Cross and "Grace Kelly" by Mika. Previously, he auditioned for the sixth season in Memphis and sang "How Deep Is Your Love" but did not make it to Hollywood. Prior to Season 7 of Idol, he was a member of the a cappella group Chapter 6 and has toured with them for the past 6 years, as well as appearing on their albums and DVD. After leaving Idol, Menard was diagnosed with Hodgkin's lymphoma. He successfully went through chemotherapy and will soon be undergoing radiation therapy. He was declared cancer free on December 18, 2008.
- Robert "Robbie" Carrico (born November 13, 1981 in Beckley, West Virginia) is a 29-year-old (26 at the time of the show) from Melbourne, Florida who auditioned for the show in Miami. His professional singing career prior to American Idol includes being a member of the pop group Boyz N Girlz United, which opened for Britney Spears during her "...Baby One More Time" tour in 1999. The band's song "Messed Around" was written and produced by JC Chasez from *NSYNC.
- Jason Yeager (born August 26, 1979) is a 32-year-old (28 at the time of the show) from Grand Prairie, Texas who auditioned in Dallas. He appeared and was a finalist on the first season of Making the Band, the MTV reality show that led to the formation of boy band O-Town. He released a Christian album called The Heart of Me in 2008
- Colton Berry (born October 11, 1989) is a 21-year-old (18 at the time of the show) from Staunton, Virginia who auditioned in Charleston.
- Garrett Haley (born August 1, 1990) is a 21-year-old (17 at the time of the show) from Elida, Ohio, who auditioned in San Diego.
- Asia'h Epperson (born August 20, 1988) is a 23-year-old (19 at the time of the show) from Joplin, Missouri who auditioned in Atlanta singing "How Do I Live." Two days before the auditions, her father died in a car accident. Her elimination song was "I Wanna Dance With Somebody" by Whitney Houston. She currently has a few songs of her own on her MySpace page, including a cover of "Can't Buy Me Love". She now lives in Atlanta, GA and is working on her new album. She was arrested August 12, 2010 for assaulting a club goer. In January 2011, she became a part of the original cast of the musical Hair Show starring Chaka Khan. Promotional material for the musical revealed that she is now a protégé of Kenneth "Babyface" Edmonds.
- Kady Malloy (born May 9, 1989) is a 22-year old (18 at the time of the show) from Houston, Texas who auditioned in Dallas. She became known on the show for her impersonation of Britney Spears and can also impersonate several other artists. Malloy is trained in opera singing. Her elimination song was "Who Wants to Live Forever" by Queen. She has released several songs to her MySpace and shot a video for a cover of "Time After Time" with Colton Berry. Simon's comment after her audition was: "Out of all of the people we have seen during this season you are the best." Kady is currently in a pop-country duo with Nashville musician Andrea Young. The pair began writing and recording in early 2010 and perform across the country.
- Alaina Whitaker (born February 21, 1991) is a 20-year-old (17 at the time of the show) contestant from Tulsa, Oklahoma who auditioned in Dallas. She was a member of the female country group Della Rose along with Andrea Young and Erin James. Before the show, she and her sister won a talent competition in Tulsa, beating one of David Cook's bands, Midwest Kings. Whether or not Cook was in the band at the time is unknown. Her group Della Rose was working on their debut album in Nashville before they disbanded. The group has opened up for numerous major country acts including Travis Tritt, and Keith Anderson, who was also known as the groups Mentor. Whitaker is currently working on a solo album and now resides in Nashville.
- Alexandréa Lushington (born February 13, 1991) is a 20-year-old (17 at the time of the show) from Douglasville, Georgia who auditioned in Atlanta. In 2004, she sang against fellow Idol semi-finalist David Archuleta on an episode of the television show Star Search.
- Joanne Borgella (born May 29, 1982) is a 29-year-old (25 at the time of the show) model from Hoboken, New Jersey who auditioned in Philadelphia. Before auditioning for Idol, she appeared in and won Mo'Nique's Fat Chance.
- Amy Davis (born June 19, 1982) is a 29-year-old (25 at the time of the show) professional model from Lowell, Indiana. She auditioned in Dallas.
Top 24 – 1960s
Order Males Females Contestant Song (original artist) Result Contestant Song (original artist) Result 1 David Hernandez "In the Midnight Hour" (Wilson Pickett) Safe Kristy Lee Cook "Rescue Me" (Fontella Bass) Safe 2 Chikezie "More Today Than Yesterday" (The Spiral Starecase) Safe Joanne Borgella "I Say a Little Prayer" (Dionne Warwick) Eliminated 3 David Cook "Happy Together" (The Turtles) Safe Alaina Whitaker "More Today Than Yesterday" (The Spiral Starecase) Safe 4 Jason Yeager "Moon River" (Andy Williams) Safe Amanda Overmyer "Baby, Please Don't Go" (Big Joe Williams) Safe 5 Robbie Carrico "One" (Harry Nilsson) Safe Amy Davis "Where the Boys Are" (Connie Francis) Eliminated 6 David Archuleta "Shop Around" (Smokey Robinson & the Miracles) Safe Brooke White "Happy Together" (The Turtles) Safe 7 Danny Noriega "Jailhouse Rock" (Elvis Presley) Safe Alexandréa Lushington "Spinning Wheel" (Blood, Sweat & Tears) Safe 8 Luke Menard "Everybody's Talkin'" (Fred Neil) Safe Kady Malloy "A Groovy Kind of Love" (The Mindbenders) Safe 9 Colton Berry "Suspicious Minds" (Mark James) Eliminated Asia'h Epperson "Piece of My Heart" (Erma Franklin) Safe 10 Garrett Haley "Breaking Up Is Hard to Do" (Neil Sedaka) Eliminated Ramiele Malubay "北京推进京津冀协同发展三年行动计划出台 再退出约千家一般制造企业" (Dusty Springfield) Safe 11 Jason Castro "Daydream" (The Lovin' Spoonful) Safe Syesha Mercado "Tobacco Road" (John D. Loudermilk) Safe 12 Michael Johns "Light My Fire" (The Doors) Safe Carly Smithson "The Shadow of Your Smile" (Tony Bennett) Safe
Top 20 – 1970s
Order Males Females Contestant Song (original artist) Result Contestant Song (original artist) Result 1 Michael Johns "Go Your Own Way" (Fleetwood Mac) Safe Carly Smithson "Crazy on You" (Heart) Safe 2 Jason Castro "创新演绎玻璃“变形记” 游向产业“蓝海”" (Andy Gibb) Safe Syesha Mercado "Me and Mrs. Jones" (Billy Paul) Safe 3 Luke Menard "Killer Queen" (Queen) Safe Brooke White "You're So Vain" (Carly Simon) Safe 4 Robbie Carrico "Hot Blooded" (Foreigner) Eliminated Ramiele Malubay "Don't Leave Me This Way" (Harold Melvin & the Blue Notes) Safe 5 Danny Noriega "Superstar" (Delaney & Bonnie) Safe Kristy Lee Cook "You're No Good" (Betty Everett) Safe 6 David Hernandez "Papa Was a Rollin' Stone" (The Undisputed Truth) Safe Amanda Overmyer "Carry On Wayward Son" (Kansas) Safe 7 Jason Yeager "Long Train Running" (The Doobie Brothers) Eliminated Alaina Whitaker "Hopelessly Devoted to You" (Olivia Newton-John) Eliminated 8 Chikezie "I Believe to My Soul" (Donny Hathaway) Safe Alexandréa Lushington "If You Leave Me Now" (Chicago) Eliminated 9 David Cook "All Right Now" (Free) Safe Kady Malloy "Magic Man" (Heart) Safe 10 David Archuleta "Imagine" (John Lennon) Safe Asia'h Epperson "All by Myself" (Eric Carmen) Safe
Top 16 – 1980s
Order Males Females Contestant Song (original artist) Result Contestant Song (original artist) Result 1 Luke Menard "Wake Me Up Before You Go-Go" (Wham!) Eliminated Asia'h Epperson "发改委：11月21日天然气消费量突破去年冬最高值8.62亿立方米" (Whitney Houston) Eliminated 2 David Archuleta "Another Day in Paradise" (Phil Collins) Safe Kady Malloy "Who Wants to Live Forever" (Queen) Eliminated 3 Danny Noriega "Tainted Love" (Gloria Jones) Eliminated Amanda Overmyer "I Hate Myself for Loving You" (Joan Jett) Safe 4 David Hernandez "It's All Coming Back to Me Now" (Pandora's Box) Safe Carly Smithson "I Drove All Night" (Cyndi Lauper) Safe 5 Michael Johns "Don't You (Forget About Me)" (Simple Minds) Safe Kristy Lee Cook "Faithfully" (Journey) Safe 6 David Cook "Hello" (Lionel Richie) Safe Ramiele Malubay "北京今年6成街乡创建垃圾分类示范片区" (Phil Collins) Safe 7 Jason Castro "Hallelujah" (Leonard Cohen) Safe Brooke White "Love Is a Battlefield" (Pat Benatar) Safe 8 Chikezie "All the Man That I Need" (Linda Clifford) Safe Syesha Mercado "Saving All My Love for You" (Whitney Houston) Safe
David Cook (born December 20, 1982 in Houston, Texas, 24 at the time of the auditions and 25 at the time of the show) is a native of Blue Springs, Missouri who auditioned in Omaha, Nebraska with Bon Jovi's "Livin' On A Prayer". Cook's interest in music began early in life; he received his first guitar at the age of 2. He formed a band while still at high school called Axium which was chosen as the best band in Kansas City in 2004. He later joined Midwest Kings in Tulsa, but left to pursue a solo project where he released an album titled Analog Heart. Prior to Idol he worked as a bartender at the "Blank Slate" in Tulsa, where he would also occasionally play shows. He enjoys doing crossword puzzles in his spare time and calls himself a "word nerd." His Hollywood performance of Bryan Adams's "四川邻水建材产业实现产值38亿元" did not impress Simon Cowell but did so with his second performance Edwin McCain's "I'll Be". He wore an orange wristband to support a seven-year-old fan with leukemia from Top 12 week onwards. He was never in the "bottom three". On May 21, 2008, he was declared the winner. He was signed to RCA Records and released a self-titled album on November 18, 2008, that was certified platinum in January 2009.
David Archuleta (born December 28, 1990 in Miami, Florida, 16 at the time of the auditions and 17 at the time of the show) is from Murray, Utah who auditioned in San Diego with John Mayer's "Waiting on the World to Change". In 2003, at the age of 12, he sang on several episodes of the television show Star Search and went on to win the season finale and the $100,000 grand prize. In one episode, he competed against Alexandréa Lushington, who was a fellow semi-finalist this season. He suffered from vocal paralysis after that show which affected one of his vocal cords. He impressed the judges with his performance of Gnarls Barkley's "Crazy" and Bryan Adams's "Heaven" during the Hollywood round. He was never in the "bottom three" in American Idol and finished as the Season 7 runner-up. He was signed to Jive Records and has since released a number of albums.
Syesha Mercado (born January 2, 1987 in Bridgeport, Connecticut, 21 at the time of the show) is from Sarasota, Florida who auditioned in Miami with Aretha Franklin's "Think". She is a student at 房企下半年首月业绩大幅下滑 北京楼市冲高回落 and has been singing and dancing since she was a child. During Hollywood week, she became ill and almost completely lost her voice. In preparation for her final Hollywood performance with Aretha Franklin's "Chain of Fools", she went on voice rest and wrote down everything she had to say on a pad of paper. Prior to American Idol, she appeared on the short-lived US version of Star Academy (known as The One: Making a Music Star when it aired on ABC in July 2006 for two weeks). Kara DioGuardi, who was one of the coaches on the Endemol franchise, joined Idol for Season 8. She was voted off as a third-place finisher and has since pursued a career in musical theatre.
Jason Castro (born March 25, 1987, 20 at the time of the show) Rockwall, Texas auditioned in Dallas with Keith Urban's Once in a Lifetime and Ray LaMontagne's version of Gnarls Barkley's Crazy. He started in music playing the drums. In high school, he played for a band, Keeping Lions, which has since disbanded. In 2006, he appeared on Cheyenne Kimball's MTV reality TV series, as her real-life dating interest. Castro is the first person in his family, which is originally from Colombia, to be born in the United States. He is a student at Texas A&M University, with a construction science major and music minor. He began growing his hair out for dreadlocks during his senior year of high school. He exited the competition in fourth place. He has since been signed to Atlantic Records and released a number of albums and EPs.
Brooke White (born June 2, 1983 in Mesa, Arizona, 24 at time of show) was a nanny from Van Nuys, California auditioned in Philadelphia with Corinne Bailey Rae's Like a Star. During her audition, she admitted to never having seen an R-rated movie, prompting Cowell to state that the show will "bring her over to the dark side." In 2005, she released an album titled Songs from the Attic under New Millennium Records. She performed Carole King's "Beautiful" on Hollywood week. She finished in fifth place on Idol. After the contest, she started her own record label "June Baby Records" with Randy Jackson, and released an album, High Hopes & Heartbreak.
Carly Smithson (born September 12, 1983 in Dublin, Ireland, 24 at the time of that show) is a professional singer and bartender/waitress from San Diego, California, where she has been living for the past three years. Smithson previously signed a recording contract with major USA label MCA Records and released an album in 2001 entitled Ultimate High under her birth name, Carly Hennessy. The album sold approximately 300 copies in the first three months following its release. Smithson was also a contestant in season five, but was dropped from the show due to a problem with her visa. She auditioned in San Diego with Whitney Houston's I'm Every Woman, and performed Leo Sayer's version of "When I Need You" and Heart's version of "Alone" in the Hollywood rounds. She finished sixth in the show. She later teamed up with former members of Evanescence and formed a new band We Are The Fallen as its lead singer.
Kristy Lee Cook (born January 18, 1984, 24 at the time of that show) is a horse trainer from Selma, Oregon. She sold her prized horse in order to afford the trip to audition in Philadelphia where she auditioned with Amazing Grace, a song she also performed during the Hollywood week. In 2001, she was signed to a major label, Arista Nashville. Cook also signed with Britney Spears' production company, and Spears herself was supposed to have a cameo in Cook's first video. At the time of signing, she was managed by the former manager of LeAnn Rimes. In 2005, she released a CD called Devoted with Ren-Hen Records. Since appearing on the show, Kristy Lee Cook has released an album entitled "Why Wait", which peaked on #8 on the Billboard country charts. The album contained a single, "15 Minutes of Shame", which peaked in the Top 30 on the Billboard country charts. As of December 2008, she has been dropped from Arista Nashville.
Michael Johns (born as Michael Lee on October 20, 1978 in Perth, Western Australia, 29 at the time of that show) auditioned in San Diego with Otis Redding's I've Been Loving You Too Long. He is Australian and moved to the United States from Australia in 1998 and lived in Buckhead (Atlanta) for six years, performing at local venues solo and with local band Film. He has since lived in Los Angeles, California. After recording a demo and traveling to Los Angeles to showcase for a number of labels in 2001, he signed with Maverick Records and formed a rock band called The Rising. Before focusing on his singing career, he was a sportsman, winning a tennis scholarship and playing Australian rules football for the USAFL club Atlanta Kookaburras. During the Hollywood round, he performed The Doors' "Light My Fire" but it was his performance of Queen's Bohemian Rhapsody that was one of the highlights of that week. He was surprisingly eliminated on April 10, 2008 and finished in eighth place. He released an album independently Hold Back My Heart in 2009.
Ramiele Malubay (born September 6, 1987 in Saudi Arabia, 20 at the time of that show) Filipino-American from Miramar, Florida auditioned in Miami with Aretha Franklin's Natural Woman. Prior to auditioning on Idol, she was a nursing student at Broward Community College and worked part-time at a sushi restaurant. She started Polynesian Dancing when she was in the first grade and started singing at the age of twelve. Since the age of 12, Ramiele has sung at various Filipino-American events. She performed Aretha Franklin's Until You Come Back to Me and The Kiki Dee Band's "I've Got The Music In Me" at the Hollywood rounds. She was eliminated as a ninth place finisher.
Chikezie (born Chikezie Eze on September 11, 1985 in Inglewood, California, 22 at the time of that show) is a Nigerian American from Inglewood, California who auditioned in San Diego with Luther Vandross's version of "All the Woman I Need". During the competition, he dropped using his last name because it was so frequently mispronounced ('eh-zee' and not 'EE-zee'). He previously auditioned for the show's sixth season, and made it into the Hollywood Round, where he was cut before the top 44. Before auditioning for Idol, he worked as a TSA officer at 北京市不动产登记提供“六个一”服务.
Amanda Overmyer (born October 26, 1984, 23 at the time of that show) Harley-riding nurse is from Mulberry, Indiana who auditioned in Atlanta with Janis Joplin's Turtle Blues and Creedence Clearwater Revival's "Travelin' Band". She received a nursing degree from Ivy Tech Community College and deals predominantly in respiratory issues. She has been the lead singer of several local hard rock bands, including Steeleto and Ruinaces. A week before the Hollywood week, she was injured in a serious car accident. She performed The Doors' "Light My Fire" at the Hollywood rounds. After the season ended she married her fiancé Casey Taylor. Since her elimination, she has played at The Whisky a Go Go bar in West Hollywood and various venues. Since appearing on the show, Amanda has released a rock album entitled "Solidify". The album is only available on the official Amanda Overmyer website as of January 3, 2009.
David Hernandez (born May 31, 1983 in Glendale, Arizona, 24 at the time of that show) is from Glendale, Arizona and auditioned with The Temptations' "Ain't Too Proud to Beg". He was a student at Arizona State University with a major in Broadcast Journalism. He gave up his apartment to move to Hollywood. Until September 30, 2007, Hernandez worked as a male stripper named "Caden" at Dick's Cabaret in Phoenix, Arizona, performing fully nude and giving lap dances to male patrons. This did not prevent him from being on the show. He performed Stephen Stills's Love the One You're With on Hollywood week. He was voted off in twelfth place soon after his stripper past was publicized by Vote for the Worst.
Top 12 – Lennon/McCartney Songbook
Order Contestant Song Result 1 Syesha Mercado "Got to Get You into My Life" Bottom Three 2 Chikezie "She's a Woman" Safe 3 Ramiele Malubay "In My Life" Safe 4 Jason Castro "If I Fell" Safe 5 Carly Smithson "Come Together" Safe 6 David Cook "Eleanor Rigby" Safe 7 Brooke White "Let It Be" Safe 8 David Hernandez "I Saw Her Standing There" Eliminated 9 Amanda Overmyer "You Can't Do That" Safe 10 Michael Johns "Across the Universe" Safe 11 Kristy Lee Cook "Eight Days a Week" Bottom Two 12 David Archuleta "We Can Work It Out" Safe
Top 11 – The Beatles
Order Contestant Song Result 1 Amanda Overmyer "Back in the U.S.S.R." Eliminated 2 Kristy Lee Cook "曲美家居发布首份企业社会责任报告" Bottom Two 3 David Archuleta "The Long and Winding Road" Safe 4 Michael Johns "A Day in the Life" Safe 5 Brooke White "Here Comes the Sun" Safe 6 David Cook "Day Tripper" Safe 7 Carly Smithson "Blackbird" Bottom Three 8 Jason Castro "Michelle" Safe 9 Syesha Mercado "Yesterday" Safe 10 Chikezie "I've Just Seen a Face" Safe 11 Ramiele Malubay "I Should Have Known Better" Safe
Top 10 – Year They Were Born
Order Contestant Song (original artist) Result 1 Ramiele Malubay "Alone" (i-TEN) Safe 2 Jason Castro "Fragile" (Sting) Bottom Three 3 Syesha Mercado "If I Were Your Woman" (Gladys Knight & the Pips) Bottom Two 4 Chikezie "If Only for One Night" (Luther Vandross) Eliminated 5 Brooke White "Every Breath You Take" (The Police) Safe 6 Michael Johns "We Will Rock You" / "We Are the Champions" medley (Queen) Safe 7 Carly Smithson "Total Eclipse of the Heart" (Bonnie Tyler) Safe 8 David Archuleta "You're the Voice" (John Farnham) Safe 9 Kristy Lee Cook "God Bless the USA" (Lee Greenwood) Safe 10 David Cook "Billie Jean" (Michael Jackson) Safe
Top 9 – Dolly Parton
Mentor: Dolly Parton
Order Contestant Song Result 1 Brooke White "Jolene" Bottom Three 2 David Cook "Little Sparrow" Safe 3 Ramiele Malubay "Do I Ever Cross Your Mind" Eliminated 4 Jason Castro "Travelin' Thru" Safe 5 Carly Smithson "Here You Come Again" Safe 6 David Archuleta "Smoky Mountain Memories" Safe 7 Kristy Lee Cook "Coat of Many Colors" Bottom Two 8 Syesha Mercado "I Will Always Love You" Safe 9 Michael Johns "税收增幅为何出现“前高后低”特点？" Safe
Top 8 – Inspirational Music
Order Contestant Song (original artist) Result 1 Michael Johns "Dream On" (Aerosmith) Eliminated 2 Syesha Mercado "I Believe" (Fantasia) Bottom Three 3 Jason Castro "Over the Rainbow" (Judy Garland) Safe 4 Kristy Lee Cook "Anyway" (Martina McBride) Safe 5 David Cook "Innocent" (Our Lady Peace) Safe 6 Carly Smithson "The Show Must Go On" (Queen) Bottom Three 7 David Archuleta "Angels" (Robbie Williams) Safe 8 Brooke White "You've Got a Friend" (Carole King) Safe
Top 7 – Mariah Carey
Mentor: Mariah Carey
Order Contestant Song (original artist when applicable) Result 1 David Archuleta "When You Believe" (Mariah Carey & Whitney Houston) Safe 2 Carly Smithson "Without You " (Badfinger) Safe 3 Syesha Mercado "Vanishing" Bottom Three 4 Brooke White "Hero" Bottom Two 5 Kristy Lee Cook "Forever" Eliminated 6 David Cook "Always Be My Baby" Safe 7 Jason Castro "I Don't Wanna Cry" Safe
Top 6 – Andrew Lloyd Webber
Mentor: Andrew Lloyd Webber
Order Contestant Song (production) Result 1 Syesha Mercado "One Rock & Roll Too Many" (from Starlight Express) Bottom Two 2 Jason Castro "Memory" (from Cats) Safe 3 Brooke White "You Must Love Me" (from Evita) Safe 4 David Archuleta "Think of Me" (from The Phantom of the Opera) Safe 5 Carly Smithson "Superstar" (from Jesus Christ Superstar) Eliminated 6 David Cook "The Music of the Night" (from The Phantom of the Opera) Safe
Top 5 – Neil Diamond
Mentor: Neil Diamond
Order Contestant Song (original artist when applicable) Result 1 Jason Castro "Forever in Blue Jeans" Safe 2 David Cook "I'm Alive" Safe 3 Brooke White "I'm a Believer" (The Monkees) Eliminated 4 David Archuleta "Sweet Caroline" Safe 5 Syesha Mercado "Hello Again" Safe 6 Jason Castro "September Morn" Safe 7 David Cook "All I Really Need Is You"" Safe 8 Brooke White "I Am...I Said" Eliminated 9 David Archuleta "America" Safe 10 Syesha Mercado "多城首套房贷利率上浮 小康家庭不动产投资意愿减弱" Safe
Top 4 – Rock and Roll Hall of Fame
Order Contestant Song (original artist) Result 1 David Cook "Hungry Like the Wolf" (Duran Duran) Safe 2 Syesha Mercado "Proud Mary" (Creedence Clearwater Revival) Safe 3 Jason Castro "I Shot the Sheriff" (Bob Marley) Eliminated 4 David Archuleta "Stand by Me" (Ben E. King) Safe 5 David Cook "Baba O'Riley" (The Who) Safe 6 Syesha Mercado "A Change Is Gonna Come" (Sam Cooke) Safe 7 Jason Castro "Mr. Tambourine Man" (Bob Dylan) Eliminated 8 David Archuleta "Love Me Tender" (Elvis Presley) Safe
Top 3 – Judges' choice, Contestant's choice & Producer's Choice
Order Contestant Song (original artist) — Judge Result 1 David Archuleta "And So It Goes" (Billy Joel) — Paula Abdul Safe 2 Syesha Mercado "If I Ain't Got You" (Alicia Keys) — Randy Jackson Eliminated 3 David Cook "林氏木业O2O初见成效 线下2日破400万" (Peggy Seeger) — Simon Cowell Safe 4 David Archuleta "With You" (Chris Brown) Safe 5 Syesha Mercado "Fever" (Little Willie John) Eliminated 6 David Cook "Dare You to Move" (Switchfoot) Safe 7 David Archuleta "Longer" (Dan Fogelberg) Safe 8 Syesha Mercado "Hit Me Up" (Gia Farrell) Eliminated 9 David Cook "I Don't Want to Miss a Thing" (Aerosmith) Safe
Finale – Clive Davis' choice, New Song & Contestant's Choice
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Order Contestant Song (original artist) Result 1 David Cook "中方呼吁欧盟尽快终止光伏反倾销措施" (U2) Winner 2 David Archuleta "缓解楼市虚火过旺 通州连夜限购不足为怪" (Elton John) Runner-Up 3 David Cook "Dream Big" Winner 4 David Archuleta "In This Moment" Runner-Up 5 David Cook "The World I Know" (Collective Soul) Winner 6 David Archuleta "Imagine" (John Lennon) Runner-Up
Legend Female Male Top 24 Top 12 Winner Safe Safe First Safe Last Eliminated Stage: Semi Finals Finals Week: 2/21 2/28 3/6 3/12 3/19 3/26 4/2 4/101 4/16 4/23 4/302 5/7 5/14 5/21 Place Contestant Result 1 David Cook Winner 2 David Archuleta Runner-Up 3 Syesha Mercado Bottom 3 Bottom 2 Bottom 3 Bottom 3 Bottom 2 Elim 4 Jason Castro Bottom 3 Elim 5 Brooke White Bottom 3 Bottom 2 Elim 6 Carly Smithson Bottom 3 Bottom 3 Elim 7 Kristy Lee Cook Bottom 2 Bottom 2 Bottom 2 Elim 8 Michael Johns Elim 9 Ramiele Malubay Elim 10 Chikezie Elim 11 Amanda Overmyer Elim 12 David Hernandez Elim 13-16 Danny Noriega Elim Asia'h Epperson Luke Menard Kady Malloy Bottom 3 17-20 Robbie Carrico Elim Alaina Whitaker Alexandréa Lushington Jason Yeager 21-24 Colton Berry Elim Joanne Borgella Amy Davis Garrett Haley
1 Due to the Idol Gives Back special airing on the show's regular Wednesday results night, the results show was moved to Thursday.
2 From this point forward, neither the bottom 3 nor bottom 2 contestants were explicitly identified.
Results night performances
During the Hollywood weeks, "Hollywood's Not America" by Ferras played when contestants were eliminated, while "Best Days" by Graham Colton was the elimination song for the semi-finals round. For the finals, season 2 winner Ruben Studdard remade Kenny Loggins' "Celebrate Me Home" as the exit song.
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- Top 24: A medley of songs from the 1960s, including "Needles and Pins" and "When You Walk in the Room" by The Searchers, "Spanish Harlem" by Ben E. King, and "Bend Me, Shape Me" by The American Breed.
- Top 20: A medley of songs from the 1970s, including "I Saw the Light" by Todd Rundgren, "It's a Heartache" by Bonnie Tyler, "The Things We Do for Love" by 10cc, and "I Feel the Earth Move" by Carole King.
- Top 12: A medley of songs by The Beatles including "All My Loving," "I Feel Fine," "Can't Buy Me Love," and "Help!."
- Top 11: A second medley of Beatles songs including "While My Guitar Gently Weeps," "Here, There and Everywhere," "Because," and "The End."
- Top 10: "网络调查显示仅26.2％受访者租房有安全感" by Maxine Nightingale.
- Top 9: "9 to 5" by Dolly Parton.
- Top 8: "Shout to the Lord" by Hillsong.
- Top 7: "One Sweet Day" by Mariah Carey with Boyz II Men.
- Top 6: "All I Ask of You" from The Phantom of the Opera."
- Top 5: A medley of songs by Neil Diamond, including "Cracklin' Rosie," "Song Sung Blue," and "广东LED照明进口同比下滑 低价竞争“扎堆”."
- Top 4: "Reelin' in the Years" by Steely Dan.
- Top 3: "Ain't No Stopping Us Now" by McFadden & Whitehead.
- Top 12 - "Get Ready" (The Temptations).
- Top 2 - "Hero" (Chad Kroeger and Josey Scott)
- The top 2 meet Guru Pitka (Mike Myers)
- Seal and Syesha Mercado - "Waiting For You"
- Jason Castro- "Hallelujah"
- Girl finalists - Donna Summer medley - "She Works Hard for Her Money", "Hot Stuff"
- Donna Summer with Top 12 girls - "Stamp Your Feet", "Last Dance"
- Carly Smithson and Michael Johns - "The Letter" (The Box Tops)
- Jimmy Kimmel
- Guy finalists - Bryan Adams medley "Summer of '69", "Heaven"
- Bryan Adams with the guys - "I Thought I'd Seen Everything", "Somebody"
- ZZ Top and David Cook - "Sharp Dressed Man"
- Graham Nash and Brooke White - "Teach Your Children"
- Jonas Brothers - "SOS"
- Renaldo Lapuz - "We're Brothers Forever"
- One Republic and David Archuleta - "Apologize"
- Jordin Sparks - "One Step at a Time"
- Gladys Knight (with Ben Stiller, Jack Black and Robert Downey, Jr. as the Pips) - "Midnight Train to Georgia"
- Carrie Underwood - "Last Name"
- Top 12 - George Michael medley - "Faith", "Father Figure", "Freedom"
- George Michael - "Praying for Time"
- David Cook - "The Time of My Life"
Guest artists may perform songs to promote their work or the show itself, or for charitable purpose. Most performed on the result shows, except for Ruben Studdard at the end of the Top 2 performance show and those on the Idol Gives Back special. Included is a list of those songs with the impact of performance on the Billboard Hot 100 and Hot Digital Songs chart for the week. See Idol Gives Back for the list of performances in that special episode.
Week Performer(s) Title Hot 100 Reaction
Hot Digital Songs Reaction
(chart position, sales for week)
Top 24 Paula Abdul
"Dance Like There's No Tomorrow"
#62 (+18 - new peak) #36 - 32,215 (+559%) Top 20 No guest performer Top 16 Blake Lewis "How Many Words" — #128 - 10,182 (+999%) Top 12 Katharine McPhee
David Foster (piano)
"Something" No legal digital release Top 11 Kellie Pickler "Red High Heels" Ineligible to re-enter — Top 10 Kimberley Locke "Fall" — — Top 9 The Clark Brothers "This Little Light of Mine" — — Dolly Parton "Jesus and Gravity" — — Top 8 Jordin Sparks & Chris Brown "No Air" #3 (+4 - new peak) #4 - 153,648 (+34%) Top 7 Elliott Yamin "Free" — — Mariah Carey "Bye Bye" #23 (debut) #11 - 60,037 (+999%) Top 6 Leona Lewis "Bleeding Love" #1 (4th week as #1) #1 - 235,880 (+30%) Top 5 Natasha Bedingfield "Pocketful of Sunshine" #8 (+11 - new peak) #4 - 134,830 (+110%) Neil Diamond "Pretty Amazing Grace" — — Top 4 Maroon 5 "If I Never See Your Face Again" #57 (debut) #21 - 42,983 (+999%) Bo Bice "Witness" — — Top 3 Fantasia "Bore Me (Yawn)" No legal digital release Top 2 Ruben Studdard "Celebrate Me Home" — —* "—" denotes songs that did not chart
It was the first "real" James Bond song (again, the first two films only opened with orchestral music), and it's still the best. Shirley Bassey got an opportunity to sing her soul out and she accepted the challenge with obvious pleasure. This is a song that makes the villain Auric Goldfinger seem a lot more threatening (and attractive) than he actually is, but that's part of the miracle of Bassey's work here. It's proud and heroic and enticing and it's kind of a lie, but who cares? The music is pure James Bond, the lyrics are pure machismo, and the performance is perfect.
Idol Gives Back
The "Idol Gives Back" initiative returned on April 9 for a second year, with a special start time of 7:30 p.m. ET, running for 150 minutes. Again, proceeds will go to children's charities in Africa and the United States. Unlike "Idol Gives Back 2007" when no finalist was eliminated (and two were eliminated in the following week), Michael Johns was eliminated during "Idol Gives Back 2008."
- Season 7 contestant Carly Smithson stirred up controversy due to a prior major label record deal she had with MCA Records. It has been reported that MCA spent over 2 million dollars promoting Smithson's previous album "Ultimate High," which she made under the name Carly Hennessy. The album only sold 378 copies but is now available on iTunes. To further complicate things, Randy Jackson worked for MCA during the same period of time that Smithson was signed. The media noted that several of the other season 7 semi-finalists had previously also had record deals, including Kristy Lee Cook, Brooke White, and Michael Johns (David Cook released an independent solo album and had finished recording a follow-up prior to his audition for the show, but he was never involved with a record label or contract). According to a poll conducted by AOL Television, 63 percent of those polled believed that contestants who have already had record deals should not be contestants on American Idol. However, Idol rules state that contestants are eligible as long as they are no longer under contract when Idol begins, irrespective of any past contracts.
- David Hernandez was revealed by VotefortheWorst.com to have worked as a stripper in Phoenix, AZ. According to the owner of Dick's Cabaret, David's job included a routine featuring full nudity and performing lap dances for male clientele.
- On the April 29 show, the five remaining contestants each sang two songs. Diverting from their usual format, due to time constraints, the judges' critiques after each performance were instead to be bundled until after both songs were performed. However, after the first round had finished, host Ryan Seacrest asked for comments, and judge Paula Abdul, in discussing Jason Castro, delivered feedback on his second song before he had performed it. This has led to speculation that the show is scripted or rigged. The next day, Abdul claimed on Seacrest's radio show that she listened to the performance in rehearsal and in the rushed atmosphere of the show was confused and thought she was supposed to critique both.
- The presence of David Archuleta's father was a matter of some discussion and he was banned from providing his son with musical input during his song preparation
During Season 7, American Idol partnered with iTunes to make available for sale exclusive performance videos, live performance singles of the semi-finalists and full length studio recordings of the songs that contestants performed on the show. In order to keep the competition fair, these singles were not allowed to appear on iTunes sales charts until after the finale. The contestants' performances during the season were removed from sale soon after the finale.
The winning song, "The Time of My Life", was recorded by David Cook and released on May 22, 2008. The song was certified platinum by the RIAA on December 12, 2008. It was the first winner's song not to be performed during the competition as the Top 2 each selected a different song from a list of 10 entries in song-writing competition to perform instead. Cook performed "The Time of My Life" after Ryan Seacrest announced him as the winner of Season 7.
David Cook's debut album was released on November 18, 2008, on 19 Recordings / RCA Records and was certified platinum by the RIAA on January 22, 2009. Cook teamed with Grammy winning producer Rob Cavallo (Green Day, Kid Rock) on the album. A single from the album, "Light On", was released and peaked at 20 on the billboard top 100 list. His sophomore album, "This Loud Morning", will be released on June 28th, 2011.
David Archuleta signed with Jive Records and his self-titled debut album was released on November 11, 2008 and debuted at number 2. Archuleta's album certified gold. Archuleta's first single, "Crush", debuted at #2 on the Billboard Hot 100 and #1 on the Hot Digital Songs chart, giving it the highest single debut of 2008 and the highest single debut in 18 months. The song has sold 1.9 million copies as of January 2009.
- Why Wait (Kristy Lee Cook)
- David Archuleta (David Archuleta)
- David Cook (David Cook)
- Solidify (Amanda Overmyer)
- Hold Back My Heart (Michael Johns)
- High Hopes & Heartbreak (Brooke White)
- Christmas from the Heart (David Archuleta)
- Jason Castro (Jason Castro)
- Tear the World Down (Carly Smithson)
- The Other Side of Down (David Archuleta)
- Who I Am (Jason Castro)
- This Loud Morning (David Cook)
- "The Time of My Life"
- "Light On"
- "Come Back to Me"
- "Jumpin' Jack Flash"
- "Don't You (Forget About Me)"
- "The Last Goodbye"
Kristy Lee Cook
US Nielsen ratings
Season 7 of American Idol was the top show for the 2007-8 broadcast prime-time season. The Tuesday episode viewership averaged 27.665 million while the Wednesday episode averaged 26.843 million, taking the top 2 spots for the season. The show helped Fox become the top network for the first time in its history, and gave it its fourth successive win in the 18/49 demo.
Episode list Show Episode Air date Week
1 "Philadelphia Auditions" January 15, 2008 3 17.7 / 26 13.8 / 32 33.415 2 "Dallas Auditions" January 16, 2008 4 16.7 / 25 12.6 / 30 30.437 3 "San Diego Auditions" January 22, 2008 1 16.2 / 24 11.8 / 29 29.274 4 "Charleston Auditions" January 23, 2008 2 15.1 / 23 10.9 / 28 27.091 5 "Omaha Auditions" January 29, 2008 4 15.7 / 24 11.1 / 28 28.223 6 "Miami Auditions" January 30, 2008 5 14.4 / 22 10.1 / 26 25.573 7 "Atlanta Auditions" February 5, 2008 1 15.7 / 23 11.2 / 28 27.914 8 "Best of the Rest" February 6, 2008 2 14.6 / 23 10.5 / 26 26.278 9 "Hollywood Round, Part 1" February 12, 2008 1 16.6 / 25 12.3 / 29 29.962 10 "Hollywood Round, Part 2" February 13, 2008 2 14.3 / 22 9.8 / 26 24.752 11 "Top 12 Men Perform" February 19, 2008 2 16.4 / 25 11.3 / 27 29.006 12 "Top 12 Women Perform" February 20, 2008 3 16.1 / 24 11.2 / 27 28.885 13 "Top 24 Results" February 21, 2008 4 13.4 / 21 8.5 / 22 23.374 14 "Top 10 Men Perform" February 26, 2008 1 16.0 / 24 11.1 / 27 28.592 15 "Top 10 Women Perform" February 27, 2008 2 15.7 / 24 10.5 / 27 27.553 16 "Top 20 Results" February 28, 2008 3 14.9 / 23 9.1 / 24 26.232 17 "Top 8 Men Perform" March 4, 2008 1 15.9 / 24 10.6 / 26 28.463 18 "Top 8 Women Perform" March 5, 2008 2 16.0 / 25 10.4 / 27 28.324 19 "Top 12 Revealed" March 6, 2008 3 15.0 / 23 9.4 / 24 26.502 20 "Top 12 Perform" March 11, 2008 1 16.9 / 26 11.0 / 28 29.884 21 "Top 12 Results" March 12, 2008 2 15.8 / 24 10.3 / 26 27.127 22 "Top 11 Perform" March 18, 2008 1 15.2 / 23 10.4 / 26 27.338 23 "Top 11 Results" March 19, 2008 2 15.3 / 24 9.8 / 25 26.078 24 "Top 10 Perform" March 25, 2008 2 14.0 / 21 9.7 / 25 24.758 25 "Top 10 Results" March 26, 2008 1 15.2 / 24 9.8 / 25 25.742 26 "Top 9 Perform" April 1, 2008 1 14.7 / 23 9.6 / 26 26.117 27 "Top 9 Results" April 2, 2008 2 14.8 / 22 9.4 / 23 24.839 28 "Top 8 Perform" April 8, 2008 1 14.2 / 22 9.2 / 24 24.668 29 "Idol Gives Back" April 9, 2008 6 10.4 / 16 6.8 / 18 17.751 30 "Top 8 Results" April 10, 2008 2 12.0 / 19 7.0 / 19 20.133 31 "Top 7 Perform" April 15, 2008 1 13.9 / 22 8.8 / 23 23.646 32 "Top 7 Results" April 16, 2008 2 13.4 / 21 8.8 / 22 23.339 33 Top 6 Perform" April 22, 2008 1 14.2 / 22 9.0 / 25 24.740 34 "Top 6 Results" April 23, 2008 2 13.7 / 21 8.6 / 21 23.196 35 "Top 5 Perform" April 29, 2008 1 14.5 / 23 9.0 / 24 25.094 36 "Top 5 Results" April 30, 2008 2 13.6 / 21 8.4 / 21 22.800 37 "Top 4 Perform" May 6, 2008 2 12.6 / 20 8.4 / 23 21.755 38 "Top 4 Results" May 7, 2008 1 13.9 / 21 8.2 / 21 22.867 39 "Top 3 Perform" May 13, 2008 2 14.4 / 23 9.0 / 25 24.772 40 "Top 3 Results" May 14, 2008 1 14.6 / 22 9.2 / 22 24.863 41 "Top 2 Perform" May 20, 2008 2 15.1 / 24 10.1 / 28 27.061 42 Season 7 Finale" May 21, 2008 1 17.7 / 28 11.4 / 30 31.661
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- ^ 下面是2014年的几部重现活力、需要刮目相看的老剧——以及几部死气沉沉的老剧。
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- ^ No mo' chemo | Luke Menard
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- ^ Restaurants and other retailers across the United States are offering free or discounted items and service to the nation's military veterans Wednesday in honor of the annual Veterans Day holiday observance.
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- ^ a b c 20. 对电影爱好者的最佳建议。8月学者韦勒·温斯顿·迪克森(Wheeler Winston Dixon)发出了警告：“如果你上亚马逊，看到什么精彩的黑白电影卖三美元，或者其他什么外国电影和鲜为人知的电影，赶快买下来，因为它就要绝版了，他们不会再出版它们了。”成千上万这种VHS格式的电影不会被做成DVD格式或蓝光格式，迪克森警告说。而下载的美丽新世界（又名电子销售）明年将是好年头。. BMI. 2001-08-07. 楼市新政刺激地产市场回暖 二套房利率现松动.
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