American Idol

Season 2 Episode 31

And Then There Were Five (A Title That Can Be Used With Any Number)

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Aired Wednesday 8:00 PM Apr 29, 2003 on FOX
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And Then There Were Five (A Title That Can Be Used With Any Number)
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The Top 5 perform for America's vote.

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    Paula Abdul

    Paula Abdul

    Judge

    Ryan Seacrest

    Ryan Seacrest

    Host

    Simon Cowell

    Simon Cowell

    Judge

    Kristin Adams

    Kristin Adams

    Special Correspondent (Season 2)

    Julia DeMato

    Julia DeMato

    Tenth Place (Season 2)

    Charles Grigsby

    Charles Grigsby

    Eleventh Place (Season 2)

    Neil Sedaka

    Neil Sedaka

    Celebrity Guest Judge

    Guest Star

    Hayley Arp

    Hayley Arp

    Audience Member

    Guest Star

    Ruben Studdard

    Ruben Studdard

    Winner (Season 2)

    Recurring Role

    Clay Aiken

    Clay Aiken

    Runner-Up (Season 2)

    Recurring Role

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      • Each contestant sang two songs. The first was a song from the 1960's and the second was a Neil Sedaka song. The songs sung tonight were:
        Ruben Studdard-"Ain't too Proud to Beg" by The Temptations (1966)
        Trenyce-"Proud Mary" by Creedence Clearwater Revival (1969)
        Josh Gracin-"Then You Can Tell Me Goodbye" by Don Cherry (1967)
        *Kimberley Locke-"I Heard It Through the Grapevine" by Gladys Knight & The Pips (1967)
        Clay Aiken-"Build Me Up Buttercup" by The Foundations (1968)
        Ruben Studdard-"Breaking Up Is Hard to Do"
        Trenyce-"Love Will Keep Us Together"
        Josh Gracin-"Bad Blood"
        *Kimberley Locke- "Where the Boys Are" by Connie Francis
        Clay Aiken-"Solitaire"


        *Kimberley's first song was originally done by Smokey Robinson and The Miracles in 1966, but her version was more the Gladys Knight version. Her second song was only written by Neil Sedaka, but was still allowed to perform it.


         

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