American Idol: The Search for a Superstar

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Bantam Books, 2002 - Juvenile Nonfiction - 64 pages
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American Idol is a collectable book that provides a behind-the-scenes look at the show in 64 full-color pages including an in-depth look into the show, its contestants, hosts, and judges, including veteran music executive Randy Jackson, pop star Paula Abdul, and British BMG executive Simon Cowell. The book highlights the contestants’ journeys from audition cities to the selection of the final ten, with full features on each finalist. In addition, the book includes interviews with the ten finalists, judges Randy Jackson and Simon Cowell, and the hosts.

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American idol is my FAVIROTE show EVER!!!!!!!!!!!!

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Marissa Walsh is the author of "Girl With Glasses: My Optic History"; the coauthor of the "Boston Globe "bestseller "Tipsy in Madras: A Complete Guide to 80s Preppy Drinking"; and the editor of "Not Like I'm Jealous or Anything: The Jealousy Book," She hated high school.

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