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American Idol: Auditions #3 (Greensboro, NC)

Welcome to where Clay Aiken and Fantasia were found on American Idol! North Carolina had so many attendees that Idol fitted this into a 2-hour event!


Episode Info


Episode number: 5x3
Production Number: 504/505
Airdate: Tuesday January 24th, 2006
Special Airtime: 08:00 pm

Director: Bruce Gowers
Writer: Simon Fuller


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Guest Stars
Tyra Juliette SchwartzTyra Juliette Schwartz
As Herself/Contestant
Main Cast
Ryan SeacrestRyan Seacrest
As Himself
Simon CowellSimon Cowell
As Himself
Taylor HicksTaylor Hicks
As Himself
Episode Notes
24 People from Denver went on to Hollywood on day 1 and 9 on day to bringing it to a total of 33



Music
ArtistSong TitlePlayed When
Aretha FranklinChain of Fools 
Backstreet BoysAs Long As You Love Me 
Bill WithersLean on Me 
Brendan GrahamYou Raised Me Up 
Britney SpearsOops, I Did It Again 
Chaka KhanI'm Every Woman 
Dixie ChicksCowboy, Take Me Away 
Faith HillBring Out the Elvis 
Five SatinsIn the Still of the Night 
Five SatinsIn the Still of the Night 
Johnny MercerThat Old Black Magic 
Kelly ClarksonSince You've Been Gone 
Marvin GayeAin't No Mountain High Enough 
Michael JacksonShe's Out of My Life 
Michael JacksonThriller 
Paul ShafferIt's Raining Men 
Rascal FlattsBless the Broken Road 
Uncle KrackerFollow Me 
Wayne HectorFlying Without Wings 
Yip HarburgSomewhere over the Rainbow 


Episode Quotes
Randy Jackson: What’s your name?
Sabrina Oakly: Sabrina, the teenage witch.
Randy Jackson: Oh, is that you? (laughs)
Simon Cowell: Well, lets lose the “teenage.”



Warning: American Idol season 5 episode 3 guide may contain spoilers
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