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Please note that the content of this book primarily consists of articles available from Wikipedia or other free sources online. Pages: 45. Chapters: List of Australian Idol contestant music releases, Marcia Hines, Angels Brought Me Here, Andrew Gunsberg, Young Divas, Ian Dickson, Black Box, Mark Holden, Brielle Davis, James Mathison, The Winner's Journey, Rise Up, Lydia De Please note that the content of this book primarily consists of articles available from Wikipedia or other free sources online. Pages: 45. Chapters: List of Australian Idol contestant music releases, Marcia Hines, Angels Brought Me Here, Andrew Gunsberg, Young Divas, Ian Dickson, Black Box, Mark Holden, Brielle Davis, James Mathison, The Winner's Journey, Rise Up, Lydia Denker, Kryptonite. Excerpt: Australian Idol was a Logie Award-winning Australian singing competition, which began its first season on July 2003 and ended its run in November 2009. Although its broadcaster had confirmed another series in 2010, this fell through. As part of the Idol franchise, Australian Idol originated from the reality program Pop Idol created by British entertainment executive Simon Fuller. Australian Idol was televised on Network Ten for all seven series, and was broadcast on Austereo Radio Network between 2005 and 2007. Australian Idol was a show which sought to discover the most commercial young singer in Australia through a series of nationwide auditions. The outcomes of the later stages of this competition were determined by public voting. The original judging panel featured Mark Holden, Marcia Hines and Ian Dickson. In 2005, this was changed as Ian Dickson was replaced by Kyle Sandilands. In 2007, Ian Dickson returned to the program, when Mark Holden left at the end of the season. In 2009, Kyle Sandilands was replaced by Jay Dee Springbett. Network Ten made the decision to rest the program for 2010, supposedly due to a clash with the Commonwealth Games. It is not yet known if the show will return. In its seven seasons, the show has seen a mixture of judges and hosts. The winner, runner-ups, judges and hosts of Australian Idol are: Auditions were held in major cities around Australia to find each season's contestants. These auditions helped find the top 100. ===Top 0=== Around 100 people made it to Sydney to compete in the Top 100. The first task in the Top 100 was the 'cho...


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Please note that the content of this book primarily consists of articles available from Wikipedia or other free sources online. Pages: 45. Chapters: List of Australian Idol contestant music releases, Marcia Hines, Angels Brought Me Here, Andrew Gunsberg, Young Divas, Ian Dickson, Black Box, Mark Holden, Brielle Davis, James Mathison, The Winner's Journey, Rise Up, Lydia De Please note that the content of this book primarily consists of articles available from Wikipedia or other free sources online. Pages: 45. Chapters: List of Australian Idol contestant music releases, Marcia Hines, Angels Brought Me Here, Andrew Gunsberg, Young Divas, Ian Dickson, Black Box, Mark Holden, Brielle Davis, James Mathison, The Winner's Journey, Rise Up, Lydia Denker, Kryptonite. Excerpt: Australian Idol was a Logie Award-winning Australian singing competition, which began its first season on July 2003 and ended its run in November 2009. Although its broadcaster had confirmed another series in 2010, this fell through. As part of the Idol franchise, Australian Idol originated from the reality program Pop Idol created by British entertainment executive Simon Fuller. Australian Idol was televised on Network Ten for all seven series, and was broadcast on Austereo Radio Network between 2005 and 2007. Australian Idol was a show which sought to discover the most commercial young singer in Australia through a series of nationwide auditions. The outcomes of the later stages of this competition were determined by public voting. The original judging panel featured Mark Holden, Marcia Hines and Ian Dickson. In 2005, this was changed as Ian Dickson was replaced by Kyle Sandilands. In 2007, Ian Dickson returned to the program, when Mark Holden left at the end of the season. In 2009, Kyle Sandilands was replaced by Jay Dee Springbett. Network Ten made the decision to rest the program for 2010, supposedly due to a clash with the Commonwealth Games. It is not yet known if the show will return. In its seven seasons, the show has seen a mixture of judges and hosts. The winner, runner-ups, judges and hosts of Australian Idol are: Auditions were held in major cities around Australia to find each season's contestants. These auditions helped find the top 100. ===Top 0=== Around 100 people made it to Sydney to compete in the Top 100. The first task in the Top 100 was the 'cho...

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