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Saturday, June 07, 2008

Tidbits 6/7

  • David Archuleta signs record deal -
    • Washington Post -
      Archuleta, 17, lost to "Idol" competitor David Cook by 12 million viewer votes on the show's season finale in May, yet still earned enough fans to impress 19 Recordings/Jive Records, where Archuleta signed a contract earlier this week. He joins Jennifer Hudson, Chris Daughtry and Clay Aiken, other "Idol" also-rans who leveraged their appearances on the show into film, recording and Broadway opportunities.
    • eFluxMedia -
      The 17-year-old now joins the list of singers who became famous after participating in “American Idol” such as Chris Daughtry, Jennifer Hudson and Clay Aiken. In a statement, he expressed his enthusiasm concerning the release of his major-label debut and his admiration for the other American Idol alumni.
    • Artist Direct -
      David Archuleta has signed a deal with 19 Recordings/Jive Records, following in the steps of such fellow "American Idol" runner-ups as Chris Daughtry, Jennifer Hudson and Clay Aiken. The 17-year-old singer plans on releasing his debut before the end of the year.
    • ez-Tracks -
      With the signing, Archuleta joins a talented group of Idol also-rans who went on to stardom, including Chris Daughtry, Jennifer Hudson and Clay Aiken. American Idol averaged 27 million viewers a week this season.
    • Reality TV Magazine - "The 17 year old is following in the footsteps of other successful finalists, including Jennifer Hudson and Clay Aiken."
    • Showbiz Spy -
      The 17-year-old's contract with 19 Recordings/Jive Records mirrors the paths of former 'Idol' stars Chris Daughtry, Jennifer Hudson and Clay Aiken, who all lost in past seasons but have successfully launched careers in the film, music and theatre arenas.


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