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Jena Irene (born July 13, 1996) is from Farmington Hills, Michigan. She is a contestant in the local24.de sie sucht ihn münchen 13th Season of American Idol. She auditioned in Detroit with Adele's "Rolling in the Deep". She performed "Video Games" during the Hollywood for the first solo, Alex Clare's "Too Close" for the group round, and her own composition "Unbreakable Me" for the Final Judgement.

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Just two years after it was cancelled by, “” returns to local24.de köln sie sucht ihn on March 11. When this reality competition series hit the airwaves back in 2002, it was a ratings smash, and many of its early winners enjoyed huge success. Indeed, its first-ever champ,, has won three Grammys and parlayed her fame into a string of hit records and a new gig as a judge on the competition, ’s’ “.”

However, many of the more recent music newcomers to be named “” have found that their time in the spotlight is fleeting. In the photo gallery above, we take a look back at the first 15 “” winners to date and see how many have been lucky so far and which have been jinxed.

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Season 1: Kelly Clarkson

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TV on the Radio: Listen to New Tracks from Idol's Kris Allen, Haley Reinhart, Fantasia, Pia Toscano and More!
is over — shhhh! don’t tell my heart! — and The Voice doesn’t exactly trumpet the post-show output of its alumni. So what’s a reality-singing competition junkie supposed to do to discover new tunes from the shows’ most-talented artists?

VideosReality Check Finale: ‘s Best (‘Tasia!) & Worst (Randy?) Ever! Plus: Trent Wins, Allison Rocks & More

Welcome to, TVLine’s brand new roundup of current and kick-awesome tracks from singers who got their careers underway beneath the unwavering scrutiny of the TV cameras.

I’m in an old-school kinda mood, so for this edition,

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American Idol Series Finale Recap: Did the Right Contestant Win? Plus: TVLine's Series Finale Awards!
Kieran, turn out the lights.

Our “journey” has come to an end, but let us not weep for what’s been cancelled, let us instead go to iTunes and download the Season 15 winner’s new single. Hey, from a songwriting vantage point, it may not be “Home,” but it definitely ranks above “No Boundaries” and “Inside Your Heaven” — and we bought those, too. And if this show can produce one more bona fide radio/touring superstar, maybe the inevitable reboot will happen sooner than expected, no?

Related for Now,, and Thanks for All the Memories

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American Idol Recap: Solo and Behold
We may have gotten past the side-eye-inducing drama of ‘s Group Rounds, but rest assured, executive producer and her mischievous band of editors aren’t going to let this Farewell Season run on the fuel of vocal performances alone.

Preposterous teenage “love stories,” tales of next-level bronchitis (#AintNobodyGotTimeForThat) and the weeping of the lambs all came into play during Wednesday’s final solos (aka The Holding Rooms of the Damned). Show of hands: Did you cringe after said Lee Jean was like a little brother to her, but Ryan’s voiceover kept pushing them as future lovers anyhow?

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It’s hard to say anything too harsh about an finalist immediately after experiencing his/her “Hometown Visit” package.

Misty-eyed mamas. Weeping dads. The contestants themselves embracing Fox affiliate meteorologists, kissing schoolkids and choking back their emotions when they realize they’re officially stars (or something pretty damn close).

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Lucky for me, Wednesday’s Top 4 performance night — featuring one painful elimination — was (despite the absence of Quentin and ) about as solid a night of performances as we’ve had in Season 14… no

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American Idol Recap: Ooh Bay-bay Bay-bay! San Francisco Bay-bay!
A melancholy pixie, a model-pretty belter and the type of teenage boy so adorable, would want to squish his head off and dangle him from her rear-view mirror. A bubbly teenage girl sporting a bowtie, multiple shots of Season 7 standout Carly “Bury Me Alive” Smithson ensuring J.Lo never comes within 20 feet of a deranged woman wearing an ill-advised frock from the collection, and… losing his damn mind to the tune of Sia’s “Chandelier”?

Yep, ‘s final audition episode of Season 14 had something for everyone — maybe even two or three possible Top 10 contenders.

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Recap: 'American Idol' Auditions - New York City

Welcome back for another night of "" auditions. We wrapped up Kansas City last night. And on Thursday (January 15)? We're off to New York City. Click through and follow along... 8:00 p.m. Little known fact: used to live on Da Block. She's wandering in her old neighborhood, by her old house, where the current resident has no clue who she is. She insists she lived there for a long time.  8:01 p.m. is replacing for this set of auditions. He's the first contestant to sit on the judging panel and both and are "excited" that he'll be joining them. wants New York to represent. 8:02 p.m. "Hi, new friends!", wearing a blue suit, gushes, as Harry narrates his credentials and experience in case we weren't sure. Unafraid of being a walking, tough-talking stereotype is Sal Valentinetti,

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judges, and Harry Connick, Jr., will return for the singing competition’s 14th season, along with longtime host.

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announced on Monday evening that the show would be retaining its new trio of judges, the first time the show will have the same panel of judges for two consecutive seasons since season 11.

“Jennifer, Keith, Harry and Ryan are the very best in the business at what they do, and I’m thrilled that they are returning to for another season. Each brings unique qualities and expertise to the team, but they all share the same passion for helping undiscovered singers achieve the American dream,” Senior Executive Vice President of 21st Century Fox said in a statement.

AI Executive Producer added, “Their experience, humor and passion for new

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American Idol Offering $50,000 to Season 14 Champ's 'True Believer'
Don’t worry if your singing voice is reminiscent of a shot glass in a food processor: You can still win Season 14 of.

No, Fox’s reality singing competition isn’t adding a new Auto-Tune feature to its live shows, but rather, it’s planning to dole out a $50,000 prize to the family member, friend or colleague most instrumental in getting the show’s 2015 champ to audition — Aka his or her “.”

Related | : 6 Most-Appreciated Improvements — and 6 Biggest Missteps — of the Season 13 Reboot

Contestants will be asked by the show’s producers to choose their

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may have beaten in last week's "" finale, but the rocker still followed through on his promise to take his competitor to prom. On Wednesday, Irene and Johnson — currently on a whirlwind press tour — flew to her home state of Michigan to attend the North Farmington High School senior dance at the Dearborn Inn. Check out photos!

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American Idol Winner Caleb Johnson Escorts Runner-Up Jena Irene to Her Prom
Forget being a sore loser. season 13 runner-up had way too much fun spending time with eventual winner that she didn't want it to end with the finale.

Instead, the Michigan high school senior asked him to escort her to the prom.

"He's an awesome guy. We've been best friends for a couple months now. To bring him to meet all my friends is pretty cool," she said outside the North Farmington High School prom Wednesday evening, according to Wwj CBS radio in Detroit.

The platonic pair stayed true to their personal style at the soiree: Asciutto,

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American Idol Winner Caleb Johnson Escorts Runner-Up Jena Irene Asciutto to Her Prom

Forget being a sore loser. season 13 runner-up had way too much fun spending time with eventual winner that she didn't want it to end with the finale. Instead, the Michigan high school senior asked him to escort her to the prom. "He's an awesome guy. We've been best friends for a couple months now. To bring him to meet all my friends is pretty cool," she said outside the North Farmington High School prom Wednesday evening, according to Wwj CBS radio in Detroit. The platonic pair stayed true to their personal style at the soiree: Asciutto,

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American Idol Winner Caleb Johnson Escorts Runner-Up Jena Irene Asciutto to Her Prom

Forget being a sore loser. season 13 runner-up had way too much fun spending time with eventual winner that she didn't want it to end with the finale. Instead, the Michigan high school senior asked him to escort her to the prom. "He's an awesome guy. We've been best friends for a couple months now. To bring him to meet all my friends is pretty cool," she said outside the North Farmington High School prom Wednesday evening, according to Wwj CBS radio in Detroit. The platonic pair stayed true to their personal style at the soiree: Asciutto,

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'American Idol': Caleb Johnson on Winning Season 13, His Health and Performing with Kiss
The South has an representative yet again. won season 13 and now there's so much for him to look forward to, including touring the country with his fellow contestants and recording an album.

Caleb talked with reporters, including BuddyTV, about auditioning multiple times, being close friends with (and going to her prom), performing with, winning the show and his upcoming album. Also, after suffering bronchitis and a vocal cord hemorrhage, how far along is he in recovering? Read on to find out.

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'American Idol': Jena Irene on Performing with Paramore, Going to Prom with Caleb and the Coin Toss
She was the first contestant since to make the finals on, but like the season 2 alum, became the runner-up after claimed victory.

Jena talked with reporters, including BuddyTV, about her original music, singing "Can't Help Falling in Love," why she changed her last name, performing with Paramore and why she's going to prom with Caleb. Also, how come Jena chose to perform first during the finals when she won the coin toss? She explained what really happened, so read on to find out.

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'Idol' Exit Interview: Runner-up Jena Irene on her name change, why she won't perform at prom -- Video
may have been a wildcard pick by the judges to get into the top 13 on, but the 17-year-old rocker from Michigan quickly wowed and won the hearts of America to make it to this week’s finale. Though she didn’t claim the title, it was clear from our chat with Jena that she still has a lot more to do in this business. Well, right after she graduates high school.

Entertainment Weekly: How are you feeling about the result?

: I think the fact that I just got to perform and compete in

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After 'American Idol': Grammys and Oscar revenge for Jena Irene? (exclusive interview)

has a good, healthy attitude about her loss on "American Idol." "You can still be successful after the show," she tells Gold Derby in our webcam chat below. "It really doesn't matter what place you come in. came in seventh place and she's winning Grammys and Oscars. So I think with me coming in second and me being so young, I surpassed my goal. I never even thought I would get this far. So I'm extremely excited and I will work my butt off after the show. I'm so excited for people to hear my album." -Break- What name will she use in the future? Her full, real name is really, but she cut it short when the "" production crew had trouble pronouncing and remembering her last name. "They always messed it up, so they called me by my middle name instead,

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'American Idol' winner Caleb Johnson's debut album set for August release

Fans of “” season 13 winner won’t have long to wait for the newly crowned king’s debut album. Johnson’s self-titled album will come out Aug. 12. Anyone remember a winner’s set coming out that quickly before? Not only that, the release date was announced mere hours after Johnson was throned last night. Given that “” no longer has the shiny new car smell it once had, 19 Recordings/Interscope Records, which is putting out the release, must want to strike while Johnson’s victory is still fresh in people’s minds. No word on when Interscope will release runner-up ’s album. Judge Harry Connick asked Johnson last week what kind of album he’d like to make and he replied, unsurprisingly, a rock album of originals. He’s off to a good start with his “” finale song, “As Long As You Love Me,

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A journey that started nearly a year ago officially ended tonight. From tens of thousands auditioning last summer to one being named the 13th. For my money, and were not only the two most deserving contenders for this season's crown, but they were so by a wide margin. The contentment with knowing that either would be a worthy champion added to a show that returned to the bygone era when Finales were the highlight of each TV season.

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Caleb Johnson: I'm 'Probably the Antithesis' of Past Idol Winners
Could 's victory on take the show in an entirely new direction going forward?

If you ask the newly crowned champion – whose unconventional looks and powerful rock sound ultimately won over the audience this season – his answer is a resounding yes.

"I think for me, winning opens doors to all types of shapes and sizes and genres to come on the show and kill it," he told reporters Wednesday night shortly after his big win. "I'm probably the antithesis of what American Idols have been."

The Asheville, North Carolina, native, who emerged victorious despite a vocal

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