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Interesting Questions, Facts, and Information
Bridge over Troubled Water. This is one of the songs on Clay's new album.
Overjoyed. This song put Charles into the top twelve.
I Can't Make you Love Me. Sung by Kimberley Locke. Simon said that this song should be the theme song for 'American Idol'.
It Might Be You. Rickey sang this on the Movie Theme Songs category. It was from the movie "Tootsie".
To Love Somebody. Both Josh and Clay sang this song, but in my opinion, Clay sang it much better than Josh.
Come To My Window. This is the song Kimberly sang when she was in group one, but didn't make it to the top tweleve.
Breakin' Up Is Hard To Do. Ruben sang this. Somehow he got into the bottom three, (well actually bottom two) after singing this song.
|What song has these lyrics? "Oh, and if you're listening God, please dont make it hard to believe in the things that we see."||Songs from "American Idol 2"
Home. Kimberley sang this song on the "Theme Songs from Movies" show. It is from the movie "The Wiz", a remake of the "Wizard of Oz" with an all African-American cast.
Don't Let the Sun Go Down On Me. Clay sang this song on the wildcard show.
|What life changing event does Clay Aiken anticipate in these lines from his ("American Idol"2) single? "This is the night when we capture forever and all our tomorrows begin. After tonight we'll never..."||"American Idol" Singles
be lonely again. "This Is The Night" is the #2 song on Clay's single CD. It follows Paul Simon's "Bridge Over Troubled Water". "This Is The Night" is also included in his CD, "Measure Of A Man".
|What personal adventure does Clay Aiken foresee in these lines from his popular 2003 single, "This Is The Night"? "Hold me close to your heart. I would go with you to the end of the earth..."||"American Idol" Singles
and we'll fly. Clay Aiken was a 24 year old from Raleigh, North Carolina when he entered American Idol. He previosly worked with autistic children, and individuals with other physical and mental disabilities through the "Buben-Aiken Foundation" of which he is a co-founder.
|What does Clay Aiken question, that he is holding back, in these lines from his "American Idol" hit single (of 2003)? "When the answer to all my dreams is as close as a touch away. Why am I here holding back..."||"American Idol" Singles
What I"m trying to say. "This Is the Night" was written for Clay by Aldo Nova, Gary Burr, and Chris Braide. Like "A Moment Like This", it was produced by Steve Mac for Rokstone Productions. "Flying Without Wings" was produced by The Underdogs and Face; and mastered by Ted Jensen at Sterling Sound Chelsea of New York.
|Can you complete these lines from Clay Aiken's hit single from the second season of "American Idol"? "If you told me that is what heaven is, well you'd be right. I've been waiting forever for this..."||"American Idol" Singles
This is the night. Clay Aiken lost the title of "American Idol" to Ruben Studdard by a very narrow margin of votes that equaled one half of one percent of the total 24 million calls received.
|Ruben Studdard sings about a special dream in his 2003 hit single from the second season of "American Idol". Can you identify it? "You've got to fight for every dream. Cause who's to know which one you let go..."||"American Idol" Singles
would have made you complete. "Flying Without Wings" is also included in Ruben's first full CD, "Soulful".
|Where does Ruben Studdard believe that one special thing can be found in his popular single record from "American Idol" (season 2)? "You'll find it in the strangest places. Places you never..."||"American Idol" Singles
Knew it could be. Christopher Ruben Studdard was a 24 year old from Birmimgham, Alabama when he entered the "American Idol" competition that rocketed him to fame. Before "American Idol" he performed locally with bands, "Just A Few Cats", and "God's Gift".
|Ruben Studdard sang these lines from his 2003 hit single, from the second "American Idol" series. What elusive goal is he referring to? "Everybody's looking for that something. One thing that..."||"American Idol" Singles
makes it all complete. "The Velvet Teddy Bear", Ruben Studdard, sang "Flying Without Wings" during the final night of competition for the second season of "American Idol" and again upon becoming the second "America Idol" in January, 2003.
|Which contestants sang "A Moment Like This" during the final competition of the first season of "American Idol" in 2002?||"American Idol" Singles
both Kelly and Justin. This song was specifically written for the "American Idol" finalists. Both Kelly, and her runner-up, Justin Guarini sang it during the final competition. Though Justin also performed a moving rendition of the song, Kelly prevailed by earning approximately 58% of the votes, to Justin's 42%.
|Fill in the missing words from Kelly Clarkson's (2002) single "A Moment Like This"? "Everything changes, but...Something so tender, I can't explain" ||"American Idol" Singles
beauty remains. "A Moment Like This" is also included in Kelly's first full CD, "Thankful".
|Can you complete this lyrical statement from Kelly Clarkson's single record of the first season of "American Idol"? "For a moment like this. Some people search forever. For that one..."||"American Idol" Singles
special kiss. "A Moment Like This" is actually song #2 on Kelly's single CD, along with "Before Your Love". "A Moment Like This" was written by Jorgen Elofsson and John Reid.
|Kelly Clarkson sang these lyrics in her 2002 hit single: "A moment like this. Some people wait a ..." Can you complete this line?||"American Idol" Singles
lifetime. Kelly Clarkson belted out a beautiful, teary-eyed performance of "A Moment Like This" at the end of the final "American Idol" show (of its first season), when she made entertainment history by becoming the first "American Idol" in September of 2002.
Fantasia Barrino. Fantasia's daughter, Zion, was born on August 8, 2001.
John Stevens. John was the contraversial contestant, who everybody thought should be voted out much earlier than he actually was.
George Huff. That's right. You better watch that George Huff around your wife... you never know when he will sweep her away.
Matt Rogers. Matt was the football playing singer, who was voted out of the competition second.
Camile Velasco. She was fourth to be kicked out of the competition.
Ain't No Mountain High Enough. On television only the top ten sang this song, but on the CD all twelve sing it.
Jasmine Trias. This song was originally sung by Gladys Knight.
Leah Labelle. Leah was the first person booted from the top twelve.
Jon Peter Lewis. Jon Peter was America's wild card choice to get through to the top twelve on season three.
Kelly Clarkson. Kelly Clarkson was never in her season's bottom two or three.
Diana DeGarmo. Diana DeGarmo was my prediction to come in first for the third season but she didn't win the "Idol" title. She got second place. Her debut album was "Blue Skies".