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S2 E1-Start It Up!
S2 E2-Part Deux
S2 E3-One Last Batch
S2 E4-Cut 'Em Up
S2 E5-Eight is Enough!
S2 E6-Two to Tango
S2 E7-Here We Go Again
S2 E8-Oh, Who Will It Be?!
S2 E12-Last Batch
S2 E15-I Need Results, Not Excuses!
S2 E16-The Clean Dozen
S2 E18-Eleven Man Band
S2 E19-One More Shall Fall
S2 E21-Ten Will Become Nine
S2 E22-You Kids Be Good!
S2 E23-Not The Final Countdown!
S2 E24-The Hits!
S2 E25-Eight Minus One is Seven
S2 E38-Clay v. Ruben
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The second season of American Idol premiered on January 21, 2003 and continued until May 21, 2003. The title of show was shortened from American Idol: The Search for a Superstar of Season 1 to just American Idol. Brian Dunkleman quit after the first season, and Seacrest therefore became the lone host in Season 2 as well as all subsequent seasons. Kristin Holt was a special correspondent. It was won by Ruben Studdard. It was the first season to crown a male winner, and the first season to have a finale with two male contestants, Studdard and Clay Aiken, being followed by the seventh season with David Archuleta and David Cook, and then the eighth season with Adam Lambert and Kris Allen. Studdard released his coronation song "Flying Without Wings" after the show and reached number two in U.S. Hot 100. Aiken also released a single with "This Is the Night", written by Chris Braide, Aldo Nova and Gary Burr. It became the first non-winning contestant to have a Billboard Hot 100 number-one It was the biggest US single of 2003, selling over one million copies and reaching six times platinum status in Canada as well as number 1 in New Zealand. In addition to Studdard and Aiken, Kimberley Locke, Josh Gracin, Kimberly Caldwell, and Carmen Rasmusen have signed with various record labels.
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